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The Thesis of “Madness and Modernism”

“What if madness were to involve not an escape from but an exacerbation of that thoroughgoing illness Dostoevksky imagined [viz. “too much consciousness”]? What if madness, in at least some of its forms, were to derive from a heightening rather … Continue reading

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