CR: The New Centennial Review 17, no. 3 cover
CR: The New Centennial Review 17, no. 3

Editors' Note

Special Issue: Finitude
Rodolphe Gasché "'Infinitely Finite': Jean-Luc Nancy on History and Thinking"

María del Rosario Acosta López, "'An infinite task at the heart of finitude': Jean-Luc Nancy on Community and History"

Francesco Vitale, "Finite Infinity: Reading Gasché Reading Derrida Reading Hegel . . . 'and so on without an end'"

Aïcha Liviana Messina, "The End of the World and the Finitude of the World: (World, Christianity, and Finitude in Nancy and Blanchot)"

J. Colin McQuillan, "Kant, Heidegger, and the In/Finitude of Human Reason"

Miriam Jerade, "Mors certa, hora incerta: Derrida on Finitude and the Death Penalty"

Rosaura Martínez Ruiz, "Eros: Political Limit of the Death Drive"

Andrés Claro, "The Poetics of Time: Figures of Finitude, Figures of Infinitude"

D. J. S. Cross, "Apocrypha: Derrida’s Writing in Anti-Oedipus"

Juan Manuel Garrido Wainer, "From Time to Iterability: The Synthetic Operativity of Traces in Logical Forms"

Pablo Oyarzun R., "Fear and Abyss: Two Figures of Power"

Gavin Arnall, "Repeating Translation, Left and Right (and Left Again): Roberto Bolaño’s Between Parentheses and Distant Star"
Publication Date: April 20th, 2018
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