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Table of Contents
|Introduction: Taking Rorty Seriously||p. 1|
|The Contingency of Being||p. 7|
|Two Ideas of Philosophy: Kant and Hegel||p. 7|
|The Desire for Autonomy and the Anxiety of Influence||p. 15|
|Histories of Writing and Masturbation||p. 26|
|Deconstruction as Circumvention: 'Envois'||p. 37|
|Derrida, the Transcendental and Theoretical Ascetism||p. 45|
|The Double Privacy of Deconstruction||p. 45|
|On the Very Possibility of Biographical Writing||p. 53|
|Rorty's Hidden Reductionism||p. 60|
|The Disposal of Philosophy||p. 74|
|The Resistance of Theory||p. 87|
|The Desires We are, The Languages We Speak||p. 87|
|Casting a Maybe at the Heart of the Present||p. 99|
|Politics of Conciliation and Politics of Monstrosity||p. 115|
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