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The 1st selection of essays released in English at the paintings of Maurice Blanchot. one of many significant thinkers of this century, Blanchot--a modern of Bataille and Levinas, whose paintings has inspired Derrida and Foucault, between others--demonstrates the novel philosophical import of literature and has renewed the controversy over the ontological and moral questions raised by way of works of art.

Commentators think of Blanchot from various views, together with: Simon Critchley on Blanchot's "Il y a"; Rodolfe Gasche at the "Null house of Literature"; Gillian Rose on demise; a formerly unpublished letter by means of Blanchot explaining his political place within the Nineteen Thirties; Jeffrey Mehlman's "Pour Sainte Beuve" and Roger Laporte on Blanchot this day. it is a an important choice on a thinker who instructions common, fervent curiosity from scholars of philosophy, literature and French experiences.

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