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Marie-Eve Morin
University of Alberta
  1. At Any Rate.Jean-Luc Nancy, Marie Eve Morin & Travis Holloway - forthcoming - Philosophy Today.
    What does the word “value” mean? On the one hand, absolute value is an excellence that is beyond measure. On the other hand, value can also be interpreted as price, as what can be measured and exchanged. In both cases, value lies in relation and is of the same order as sense. But what is the relation between these two senses of value? And why is it so difficult to hold the two apart?
     
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  2. Freedom Comes From the Outside.Jean-Luc Nancy, Marie Eve Morin & Travis Holloway - forthcoming - Philosophy Today.
    On the one hand, freedom is said to be the property of a subject. On the other, freedom only happens in the space of being-in-common. Freedom, then, is the place of a conflict between the “self” and the “with,” between independence or autonomy and dependence or sharing. Resolving this apparent antinomy requires showing how the with ontologically constitutes the self. This, in turn, allows for a rethinking of freedom beyond what liberal democracy and political economy have to offer, as the (...)
     
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  3. Nichts Jenseits des Nihilismus.Jean-Luc Nancy, Marie Eve Morin & Travis Holloway - forthcoming - Philosophy Today.
    Nihilism, as the absence of sense and goal, is the most familiar climate of the world in which we live. While this absence is often denounced, such denunciations remain subject to the logic they seemingly oppose. More than exhibiting the collapse of truth, however, nihilism revives our confrontation with “nothing.” The task is henceforth not to denounce nihilism but to think it. Such thinking is guided by Nietzsche’s highest thought: How does nihilism harbor its own excess?
     
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