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And, at one level, this paper seeks to reconcile some aspects of Deleuze’s philosophy that seem in tension with or diverge from certain Stoic prerogatives, leading me to suggest Deleuze’s perspective as something of an inverted Stoicism
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The Death of the AuthorThe Death of the Author
We shall never know, for the good reason that writing is the destruction of every voice, of every point of origin. Writing is that neutral, composite, oblique space where our subject slips away, the negative where all identity is lost
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Samantha MorseSamantha Morse
My teaching and research happen at the intersection of literature, affect theory, history, and politics
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Conceptualising the Roman State through Agrarian Virtue in the Dialogues of Cicero and VarroConceptualising the Roman State through Agrarian Virtue in the Dialogues of Cicero and Varro
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