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CN/063 — Oct 16 2018

A history of phantasms and of images





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The history of humanity is always a history of phantasms and of images, because it is within the imagination that the fracture between individual and impersonal, the multiple and the unique, the sensible and the intelligible takes place. At the same time, imagination is the place of the dialectical recomposition of this fracture.

Giorgio Agamben, from Nymphs, 2007