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Contents

Introduction: Inheriting the Future


Elizabeth Rottenberg
PART I. NEGOTIATIONS

Negotiations
Letter to Jean Genet (Fragments)
Declarations of Independence
What I Wo uld Have Said ...
Economies of the Crisis
Events ? What Ev ents?
"Pardon me fo r taking you at your word"
The Deconstruction of Actuality
Ta king Sides fo r Algeria
For Mumia Abu-Jamal
Open Letter to Bill Clinton
Derelictions of the Right to Justice
PART II. THI NKING AT ITS LIMITS

Politics and Friendship


The Morementioned So-Called Human Genome
Nietzsche and the Machine
"Dead Man Running": Salut, Salut
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C ONTENTS
PART III . ETHIC S AND POLITIC S TODAY
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Ethics and Politics Today 295


On the "Priceless," or the "Going Rate" of the Transaction 3 15
The Right to Philosophy from a Cosmopolitan Point of View 3 29
As If It Were Possible, "Within Such Limits" . . .
Globalization, Peace, and Cosmopolitanism
Notes
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NEGOTIATIONS

Introduction: Inheriting the Future


Elizabeth Rotten berg

This is one of the possible definitions of deconstruction-precisely


as legacy.
-Jacques Derrida

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