"To write today in English means using an idiom that is hegemonic, 'globalized, ' no longer national. Vacated. A human, though, is necessarily sited, and here we find Mullen's "Subject. "Its movement open to both '(gone) and suture, ' it grasps an anxiety in American speech too often covered over by Americans, though it's visible in the world. To cite Agamben: 'the ethical subject is a subject that bears witness to a desubjectivization.' Mullen's 'subject' is not one of triumphalism; it articulates the 'no-one, ' ninguen, ...

Subject 2005, University of California Press, Berkeley, CA

ISBN-13: 9780520242944

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Subject 2005, University of California Press, Berkeley, CA

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