"You don't have to agree with all of Thierry de Duve's premises and arguments (needless to say I don't) in order to recognize that he has written a remarkable book. The essays gathered in "Kant After Duchamp" mount the most formidable case yet made for Duchamp's importance, and what makes de Duve's achievement all the more unexpected is that this is done by way of an intense engagement with the writings of Duchamp's seeming opposite, the critic Clement Greenberg. A third constant presence in these pages is Kant's "Critique ...

Kant After Duchamp 1998, Mit Press, Cambridge

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Kant After Duchamp 1996, MIT Press (MA), Cambridge, MA

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