I accuse no-one Australian Broadcasting Corporation. Radio National

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Australian Broadcasting Corporation. Radio National
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Community and Society--Social Capital; Community and Society--Religion and Beliefs; Education--Subjects--Society
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In 1990, following the vicious destruction of 34 graves in the Jewish cemetery of Carpentras in France, philosopher Jean-Francois Lyotard wrote a piece, Europe, the Jews, and the Book, in which he argued that 'the Jews represent something that Europe does not want to or cannot know anything about.... All of this takes place in the unconscious and has no right to speak.' This Encounter explores Lyotard's notion of the differend, the difference that can't be overcome. Does it suggest a counsel of despair?
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189372744

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