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By Alastair Hunt,Stephanie Youngblood

The members to Against Life imagine seriously in regards to the flip to existence in fresh concept and tradition. Editors Alastair Hunt and Stephanie Youngblood form their assortment to provocatively problem the idea, rife in the course of the humanities, that existence has to be cultivated, affirmed, and redeemed. The editors and their participants discover how we would be bold to imagine ethics and politics, in addition to the undertaking of the arts, in additional radical phrases, as a refusal to decide on existence. What sorts of equality and freedom could emerge if we didn't set up being-together below symptoms of existence? Taken jointly, the essays in Against Life mark an enormous flip within the ethico-political paintings of the humanities.

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