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Utopias of the text are the moments of the emergence of a new and radical concept of the text as overflowing all limits and boundaries. Here these utopias are traced in the writings of Roland Barthes, Jacques Derrida, and Michel Foucault. They often emerge at the margins of these texts, in...
Drawing on Aristotle's concepts of energeia, dunamis, and ergon, this article attempts to articulate a typology of the different works described in Édouard Levé’s Œuvres (2002 (French); 2014 (English)). This is carried out in the context of post-literary literature, i.e. following an aesthetics...
This article argues that what might be called the ‘post-literary’ is the completion of the literary – specifically, the literary that came to theoretical self-realisation in what came to be called Romanticism – and that that completion, which is our contemporary reality, happens, by its very...
This article offers a rhetorical analysis of Deleuze's concept of the past, understood not as a modification of the present but as a pre-predicative, non-subjective articulation of time. Focusing on the discussion of the three passive syntheses of time in Chapter 2 of Difference and Repetition,...
To keep things simple, doubtless simplistic: what would it mean to take literally the term post-literary, which features in CounterText's subtitle? What possible consequence, or conceptual advantage, could there be for literary criticism if it countenanced, even as a thought-experiment and in...
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