VOLUME 9, ISSUE 1 and 2 (2011)

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ISSN: 1948-352X

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VOLUME 9, ISSUE 1 and 2 (2011)PDF – JCAS 2011-Vol 9-Issue 1-2

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Special Issue – Continental Philosophical Perspectives on Non-Human Animals
Guest Editor: Chloë Taylor

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EDITORIAL BOARD
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GUEST EDITORIAL
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ESSAYS

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Painting the Prehuman: Bataille, Merleau-Ponty, and the Aesthetic Origins of Humanity
Brett Buchanan
Pg. 14-31    

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Hunting the Mammoth, Pleistocene to Postmodern
Matthew Chrulew
Pg. 32-47     

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Animal Affects: Spinoza and the Frontiers of the Human
Hasana Sharp
Pg. 48-68     

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The Status of Animality in Deleuze’s Thought
Alain Beaulieu
Pg. 69-88   

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Animal, Vegetable, Mineral: Ethics as Extension or Becoming? The Case of Becoming-Plant
Karen L. F. Houle
Pg. 89-116     

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“Strange Kinship” and Ascidian Life: 13 Repetitions
Astrida Neimanis
Pg. 117-143

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Sounding Depth with the North Atlantic Right Whale and Merleau-Ponty: An Exercise in Comparative Phenomenology
Jen McWeeny
Pg. 144-166

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Infancy, Animality and the Limits of Language in the Work of Giorgio Agamben
Sarah Hansen
Pg. 167-181     

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The Vulnerability of Other Animals
Stephen Thierman
Pg. 182-208

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“Veil of Shame”: Derrida, Sarah Bartmann and Animality
Rebecca Tuvel
Pg. 209-229

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BOOK REVIEWS

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The Beast and the Sovereign Volume 1
Reviewed by Matt Applegate
Pg. 230-234     

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What is Posthumanism?
Reviewed by Greg Pollock
Pg. 235-241     

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JCAS: AUTHOR GUIDELINES
Pg. 242