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Atopia: Philosophy, Political Theory, Aesthetics

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Editors: Judith Butler, Frederick M. Dolan

Time and again we hear that a distinctive sense of the political has evaporated, that philosophy may have come to an end, that the aesthetic understanding of the artwork obscures rather than reveals. The guiding conviction of Atopia is that the questioning of foundations implied here need not be merely corrosive, but leads rather to provocative new ways of imagining and re-imagining the shared terrain of philosophical reflection, political thought, aesthetics. We aim to publish work that situates itself carefully and rigorously with respect to traditional answers, re-evaluates and reformulates traditional questions, or seeks points of departure outside the tradition as such.

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