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Index Aberrations of Mourning (Rickels), 72–73; 111n7 Abraham, 43–47; and George W. Bush, 177; and the call, 78–79, 83, 85, 89–90, 187, 219 “Abraham” (Kafka), 79–81, 219; Derrida on, 91n6 abyss, 23, 25–30, 136, 144–62; and affirmation of life, 28; and religion, 81; unaddressed, 80–81, 83 abysstemology, 144, 162 “Activist Supplement” (Ronell), 108–9 addict, 60, 70, 105, 123, 126; and telephonic immune system, 105–6 addiction, 14, 33, 62–65, 67, 208; to addiction , 62; and telephone, 102–3 address, 1–2, 9–20; actress as, 10; addict ’s, 105; as art, 12, 14–16; to being, 13–16; characteristics of, 18–19; destinerrance of, 150; direct, 95; etymology of 10–11; as greeting, 140; of life, 9; philosophy’s 11; postal, 16–17; in religion, 81; as self-loss, 19; violence of non-, 105; welcoming, 134; and wisdom, 12 addressee: and addressor, 81; destabilization of, 1, 49, 95; indefinite, 140 Adorno, Theodor W., 70–73, 169, 180 affirmation: of the abyss, 27–28; of art, 29; beyond hope, 72 Agamben, Giorgio, 91n4, 172, 189, 193 allegory, 72, 212–13; and irony, 217–18; 221n8 alterity, 6n1, 109, 134, 144, 149–50, 152–53, 157, 181–82 amor fati, 27–30 anacoluthon: of co-emergence, 37; and testing 29–30 analogy: logic of 169; and the pun, 61–73 “Andenken” (Hölderlin), 139–41 “Answer to the Question: What is Enlightenment ?” (Kant), 31–47 Anthropology from a Pragmatic Perspective (Kant), 43–44 aporia, 144–62, 174 Arendt, Hannah, 72, 140, 172 art: Benjamin on, 70; Deleuze on, 168; and experiment, 22, 30; as affirmation of life, 27; and morality, 27; and philosophy, 12–19; and science, 22, 25, 27–29 artificial intelligence, 175, 176 asterisks, in Ronell’s work, 44–45, 46 Austin, J. L., 137, 188 autoimmunity, 106, 108, 119–20, 135, 226–28 Badiou, Alain, 168 Batman and Robin, 127 Bakhtin, Mikhail, 129n9 being: vs. destruction, 25; and place 13–17 Being and Time (Heidegger), 49, 86, 92n10, 141, 172, 188, 200, 225 being-called, vs. being chosen, 77–78. See also uncalled i-viii_1-256_Davi.indd 247 4/10/09 3:15:06 PM index 248 being-with, 188, 197, 224 Bell, Alexander Graham, 98–100 Benbow, Horace, 212–14 Benjamin, Walter, 38, 41–42, 45, 64, 68, 70–73, 75, 81, 90, 93n13, 117, 128n4, 129n8, 132–33, 199, 209–10, 217 Bergson, Henri, 167, 169, 170, 181 Beyond the Pleasure Principle (Freud), 67, 99, 199, 228 Birth of Tragedy, The (Nietzsche), 25 black box, 61–63 “Blödigkeit” (Hölderlin), 35–47 body: addicted, 105, 123, 126; as America , 209; concept of, 207; damage to, 228; on drugs, 104–7; and experimentation , 176; fantasy of, 104; foreign, 63, 69–70, 94, 107–9, 205, 207; grotesque, 129n9; and illness, 126; language as, 125, 127; missing, 63, 67, 105; of the mother, 98–104; politics of, 94; overwritten, 208; as question, 94–95; reading 121–26; repudiation of, 107; signifier as, 148; student, 144; technological , 98, 107, 125; and technology, 107; and the telephone, 12, 97–104; as test site, 127; trouble, 122; and war, 107–8, 116–28; warrior, 126; as war zone, 107–8; of a woman, 109 Bovary, Madame, 64, 206–8, 211, 216 Boyle, Robert, 175 Broch, Hermann, 16 Bush, George H. W., 108, 186, 193–94, 196–97, 201, 229 Bush, George W., 108, 177, 186, 193–94, 201, 232–33, 238n55, 239n60 Cadava, Eduardo, 3, 128n2 call, the, 74–90; to Abraham, 78–79; from addiction, 126; apocalyptic, 223; from Avital, 10; in Being and Time, 225, 235n14; to the call, 78; cell phone, 225; of conscience, 49, 50, 85–85, 225; from elsewhere, 157; of finitude, 166; as gift, 76; as Messiah, 76, 90; from the Other, 1, 100; of the question, 83–85; and self-understanding, 85; structure of, 80; and the telephone, 100; into uncalledness, 83; from the unconscious, 103, 162; to work, 76 Case of California, The (Rickels), 61, 70, 73 Cavell, Stanley, 176, 183, 185n37 cell phone: and the apocalyptic call, 222– 23; and GPS, 224; and Mitsein, 224 “Cell Phone” (Schultze), 222–26 cellphonic structure, 224 censorship, self, 230, 237n39 Chasseguet-Smirgel, Janine, 103 Chrétien, Jean-Louis, 91n4 conversation: dissymmetrical, 1, 7n1, 151; as teaching, 151–52; telephone, 139 courage: in Kant, 31–32; and stupidity, 33–47 Crack Wars: Literature Addiction Mania (Ronell), 1, 33, 62, 64, 65, 73, 104–7, 127, 190...

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