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(2012) Critical communities and aesthetic practices, Dordrecht, Springer.

Community beyond instrumental reason

the idea of donation in Deleuze and Lyotard

James Williams

pp. 99-110

How do ideas of the transcendental in recent European philosophy provide alternatives to the modern cult of identity? How does transcendental communication exploit flaws and fractures in identity to reveal more valuable forms of community than those formed from the cult of the image and around the norms of the label, group, category and price tag?

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DOI: 10.1007/978-94-007-1509-7_9

Full citation [Harvard style]:

Williams, J. (2012)., Community beyond instrumental reason: the idea of donation in Deleuze and Lyotard, in J. Jansen (ed.), Critical communities and aesthetic practices, Dordrecht, Springer, pp. 99-110.

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