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This original reading of Kant's third critique, "The Critique of Judgement-Power", provides an innovative view of the role of judgement in current theoretical debates, in both the humanities and social sciences. Judgement serves as a focus for interdisciplinary aspirations - spanning theoretical, practical and aesthetic as a site for the exploration of questions of rationality and difference which characterize the "postmodern" condition. This has recognized that judgement is inevitably aporetic and that law and difference ...

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