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1. Dusting 2. A Phenomenology of Dust 3. Being, Dust, and Time 4. Allergic Reactions 5. A Community of Remnants 6. Just Dust 7. DustArt Notes Index
Get to know the most ubiquitous, persistent, and hybrid trace of things whence you came and whither you shall return!
Michael Marder is Ikerbasque Research Professor in the Department of Philosophy at the University of the Basque Country, Vitoria-Gasteiz, Spain. He is the Associate Editor of Telos: A Quarterly Journal of Critical Thought and the author of Pyropolitics: When the World Is Ablaze (2015) and The Event of The Thing: Derrida's Post-Deconstructive Realism (2009).
In this inspiring and thought-provoking book, Michael Marder develops a fascinating phenomenology of dust, showing how, in a world overwhelmed by learned dust and dusty words, it is dust itself that teaches us about how to bring thoughts and words back to the things themselves. In Dust, we find a gem of philosophical prose. * Marcia Sa Cavalcante Schuback, Professor of Philosophy, Soedertoern Univerity, Sweden * This gem of a book takes us to the dusty surface of our lives with finesse and fine wit. It shows the unsuspected depths of something quite literally superficial, something, which is, nonetheless, an integral part of all humans do and say, accompanying us at every turn until we become dust ourselves. * Edward S. Casey, Distinguished Professor of Philosophy, State University of New York at Stony Brook, USA, and author of The World at a Glance and The World on Edge. * Yep, it's precisely what it looks like: a book about dust. Well, that and the ways this all-but-invisible matter, this ever-accumulating nothing, pervades and reflects our relationship with the world. Dense topics, to be sure, but Michael Marder's little book of philosophy - just one installment in a multiauthor series called Object Lessons - brings levity and loving care to his topic. It's brisk, brief and slim enough to fit in your pocket; what better way to embrace all the big ideas these tiny specks offer? * NPR * Marder's Dust offers a condensed critical theory take on the topic that conveys the significant scope of our human, bodily and philosophical relationship with dust. ... Dust animates and invites reflection on its object of study. Marder's perspective on the seemingly ordinary thing of dust is both thorough and enigmatic, with his observations importantly anchored to real-world examples. The author's writing style shows how dust gathers, through bringing together intellectual and philosophical fragments. He demonstrates the working of dust by drawing from many of its past theorists to create his `dustography' ... In bridging disciplines, Marder's insights allow us to cross between theories just as the dust crosses borders. * Continuum *