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AtopiasManifesto for a Radical Existentialism$
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Frédéric Neyrat

Print publication date: 2017

Print ISBN-13: 9780823277551

Published to Fordham Scholarship Online: September 2018

DOI: 10.5422/fordham/9780823277551.001.0001

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What Cries Out

What Cries Out

(p.77) What Cries Out

Frédéric Neyrat

, Walt Hunter, Lindsay Turner
Fordham University Press

The conclusion, “What Cries Out,” argues that there is no relation without atopia. Here the book unfolds the implications of its analysis for translation, ecology, and political life. When each philosophical concept and each living being contains an out-of-place, then the world is a relational field composed of out-of-fields. The metaphysical propositions of philosophy make liveable the space between the immemorial and the end of time, restoring a sense of wonder about the existence of the universe.

Keywords:   ecology, existence, the incommensurable, relation, translation

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