In Marie-Eve Morin & Peter Gratton (eds.), The Nancy Dictionary. Edinburgh University Press (2015)

James Griffith
Middle East Technical University
This is an entry on Jean-Luc Nancy's understanding of certain important Cartesian concepts, such as the cogito.
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