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Volume 14, Number 1, Spring 2014

Table of Contents

Editors’ Note

pp. v-vi

Special Section

Writing/Violence/Latin America

Ungrounding the Nation: A Reading of Juan José Saer’s Nobody Nothing Ever (Nadie nada nunca)

pp. 1-24

Aesthetics, Politics and Event: Borges’s “El fin,” the Argentine Tradition and Death

pp. 25-46

Procedures for Drawing the Event of the Indians: On Aira’s An Episode in the Life of a Landscape Painter

pp. 47-70

Memory and Fragility: Art’s Resistance to Oblivion (Three Colombian Cases)

pp. 71-97

A Weak Force: On the Chilean Dictatorship and Visual Arts

pp. 99-127

On Loss and Not Losing It: Neruda, Mistral, and Zurita in the Postdictatorship

pp. 129-151

Juan Gelman’s Open Letters: Mourning and Mundo Beyond Militancy

pp. 153-174

Cowardice—An Alibi: On Prudence and Senselessness

pp. 175-194

Beyond Inquisitional Logic, or, Toward an An-archaeological Latin Americanism

pp. 195-211

We Have Good Reasons for This (And They Keep Coming): Revolutionary Drive and Democratic Desire

pp. 213-243


Toward an Appreciation of Latin American Philosophy: Jorge J. E. Gracia’s Recovery Mission

pp. 245-258

The Boundaries Between Philosophy and Literature: A Response to Elizabeth Millán and Amy Oliver

pp. 259-265


pp. 267-270

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