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    Through the Fold in Advance.Sanja Dejanovic - forthcoming - Philosophy Today.
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    Through the Fold.Sanja Dejanovic - 2016 - Philosophy Today 60 (2):325-345.
    In a short paper bearing the title “The Deleuzian Fold of Thought”, Jean-Luc Nancy engages a concept that has a prominent place in contemporary continental philosophy, the fold, so as to accentuate a shared tendency that nevertheless estranges his own thought from Gilles Deleuze’s. This shared tendency deals with the shifting conception of thinking through the fold itself, the unfolding and refolding of the fold, which in its discontinuity has transformed the image of what it means to think. I do (...)
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  3. Nancy and the Political.Sanja Dejanovic (ed.) - 2015 - Edinburgh, Scotland: Edinburgh University Press.
    Focussed around three core themes - capitalism, the metaphysics of democracy and aesthetics - these 12 essays emphasise the potential of Nancy's political thought, and collectively situate it within a broader intellectual context which includes engagements with Badiou, Ranciere, Foucault, Agamben and Lefort.
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    The Sense of the Transcendental Field: Deleuze, Sartre, and Husserl.Sanja Dejanovic - 2014 - Journal of Speculative Philosophy 28 (2):190-212.
    There are two ways in which sense has been approached in contemporary philosophy. The dividing line is between those who interpret sense as abiding with models of recognition and those who determine sense and paradox as co-present. In The Logic of Sense, Gilles Deleuze puts forth a paradoxical constitution of sense in order to render that which is new in being something untimely, the always new in being. In placing paradox at the center of the constitution of sense, Deleuze effectively (...)
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    The Question of Re-Turning: Toward or Away From the Virtual?Sanja Dejanovic - 2015 - Journal of French and Francophone Philosophy 23 (1):79-101.
    It is by now generally understood that the nature of events are central to Deleuze’s philosophical endeavour. This has not meant, however, that the process mapped out by this concept has been adequately grasped. Indeed, the lines mapping out events are obscured, theoretical, even otherworldly, whenever the complexities of the creating of the virtual and the actual as the created, are reductively conceived as giving way to two separated domains; two separated domains whereby the repeater would be forever condemned to (...)
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    Freedom for Letting-Become.Sanja Dejanovic - 2015 - Idealistic Studies 45 (2):191-213.
    In his treatise on the essence of human freedom, Schelling recognizes that any true philosophical articulation must begin with the experience of freedom. If freedom as he tells us is the center with respect to which the grounding of all beings emerges, then, the relationship of the human and non-human, along with their taken for granted distinction, must be thought in light of the question of freedom. If such an orientation is to be made within Schelling’s philosophy, the central aspect (...)
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