The introduction sets up the main line of discussion in this book, namely, an argument for the value of an aesthetic discourse in a time of political transition. The theoretical considerations in the introduction range from Plato’s notions of the relation between art and justice (most especially in The Republic) to Jacques Rancière’s elaboration of the interactions between aesthetics and politics
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