Bite Size Theory: Being Singular Plural

“What comes to us today is the demand to give the meaning of being-in-common according to what it is – in– common or with- – and not according to a Being or an essence of the common.”

Jean-Luc Nancy, 2000, Being Singular Plural, University of Minnesota Press.

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