Continuity and contiguity.

Being Singular Plural page 5 and elsewhere. This invocation of touching as 'contiguity' (being next to, connected with, i.e. contact) rather than continuity. An important idea for Nancy that comes across also in the small but beautiful volume Noli Mi Tangere. Echoes of Merleau-Ponty's discussion of the hands touching each other (as John suggested, in... Continue Reading →

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