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  2. Jeffrey R. Di Leo
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  1. A New Critical Climate
  2. Adeline Johns-Putra
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  1. The Deconstructive Turn in Environmental Criticism
  2. Timothy Clark
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  1. Can Theory Save the Planet?: Critical Climate Change and the Limits of Theory
  2. Jeffrey R. Di Leo
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  1. Poisoned Ground: Art and Philosophy in the Time of Hyperobjects
  2. Timothy Morton
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  1. Framing the End of the Species: Images without Bodies
  2. Claire Colebrook
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  1. Aura in the Anthropocene
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  1. Climate Change and the Individual Talent: Eliotic Ecopoetics
  2. Matthew Griffiths
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  2. Deborah Lilley
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  2. Maggie Kainulainen
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  2. Adeline Johns-Putra
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  1. Greening the Sphere: Towards an Eco-Ethics for the Local and Artificial
  2. Gregers Andersen
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  1. Does the Climate Need Consensus?: The Politics of Climate Change Revisited
  2. Gert Goeminne
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  2. Matt Spencer
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  2. Brian Lennon
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  1. Thinking Diverse Futures from a Carbon Present
  2. Karen Pinkus
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  1. Biodiversity and the Abyssal Limits of the Human
  2. John Miller
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  1. Integrating Agency with Climate Critique
  2. Adam Trexler
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  1. How to Analyze Texts that Were Burned, Lost, Fragmented, or Never Written
  2. Sean Braune
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  1. The Disimagination Machine and the Pathologies of Power
  2. Henry A. Giroux
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  1. Chronopolitics: Space, Time and Revolution in the Later Novels of J.G. Ballard
  2. Frida Beckman
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  1. American Exceptionalism in the Post-9/11 Era: The Myth and the Reality
  2. William V. Spanos
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  2. Robert Savino Oventile
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  2. Greg Hainge
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  2. Jeffrey J. Williams, Gordon Hutner
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  2. Jeffrey J. Williams, Robert Brandom
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  2. Robin Truth Goodman
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  1. Zero’s Neighbor: Sam Beckett by Hélène Cixous (review)
  2. Brian O’Keeffe
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  1. Thoreau’s Importance For Philosophy ed. by Rick Anthony Furtak, Jonathan Ellsworth, and James D. Reid (review)
  2. Justin Bell
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  2. Silvia G. Dapía
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  2. William D. Melaney
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  2. Darren Jorgensen
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  2. Jason Groves
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  2. Sue-Im Lee
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  2. Luis G. Pedraja
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