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Very Little ... Almost Nothing: Death, Philosophy and Literature (Warwick Studies in European Philosophy) Paperback – July 3, 2004

ISBN-13: 978-0415340496 ISBN-10: 0415340497 Edition: 2nd

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This is a very brave book ... it makes philosophical conversation possible again after two decades of pragmatist intolerance.
–Roger Poole, Parallax

(T)his is an often beautifully written philosophical act of mourning ... It also commands respect because it obliges one to examine the fictions one employs to avoid really doing philosophy. Critchley's steadfastly post-Kantian rejection of theological answers to the questions he asks is very welcome.
–Andrew Bowie , Radical Philosophy

...manages with some aplomb, to pull off the extraordinarily difficult task of saying something new and interesting about Beckett and Blanchot.
–Martin McQuillan, New Formations

Critchley keeps his writings for the most part powerful and elegant, wide-ranging but well-focussed. The book is at all times sibylline, moving, insightful, explorative.
–Colin Davis, French Studies

Simon Critchley's readings of Schlegel, Blanchot and Beckett are remarkably nuanced and perceptive. Much more than an excellent companion to the study of the intertwinings of philosophy and literature, it is an admirable meditation on the ubiquity of finitude and its ungraspability.
–Jacques Taminiaux, Boston College

About the Author

Simon Critchley is Professor of Philosophy in the Graduate Faculty, New School University, New York and at the University of Essex. He is author and editor of many books including The Ethics of Deconstruction and On Humour
(also published by Routledge).

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Simon Critchley is Chair of Philosophy at the New School for Social Research in New York and part-time Professor of Philosophy at the University of Tilburg in the Netherlands. He lives in Brooklyn.

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