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By Gillian Rose

Mourning turns into the legislation is the philosophical counterpart to the overdue Gillian Rose's acclaimed memoir Love's paintings. It provides a robust and eloquent case opposed to postmodernism, and breathes new lifestyles into the debates approximately strength and domination, transcendence and eternity. Addressing issues akin to structure, cinema, portray, poetry, the Holocaust and Judaism, Gillian Rose permits us to attach principles concerning the person and society with theories of justice. this is often philosophy for the nonphilosopher.

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These scores of unrealised plans cannot be simply understood as the indictment and condemnation of classic architecture, modern planning or modem rationality as such. TIlat is too easy, and, I want to argue, in its blanket condemnation, too exculpatoty, for it eliminates the possibililyof any specific investigation into the contingencies of collusion by making coJ1usion already a foregone conclusion. Instead, the plans can be analysed, first, in tenns of the attempt to legitimise a colonisation which has a long histoty in the relation between Gennan capitalism and land tenure in the east, and an even longer history in the Gennan medieval mission MOURMING aacoMES THE L ....

I shall start by questioning what I call 'Holocaust piety', evident across the whole mnge of responses to Spielberg's film Schindler's Ust, and I shall propose instead that we situate ourselves within what I call 'Holocaust ethnography'. 'Holocaust ethnography' pennits the exploration of the representation of Fascism and the fascism o f representation to be pursued across the production, dis- tribution and reception of cultural works. The demonstration that Fascism and representation are inseparable does not lead to the conclusion, current in post-modem aesthetics, philosophy and political theory, that representation is or should be superseded.

They have espoused the ideal of dignity as unstinting service to the noble Lord, and have rejected the idea of dignity as the liberal, representative notion of citizenship, or as the struggles of socialism. These contrasting ideals of dignity emerge clearly towards the end of the story in the discussion in the pub to which Stevens is involuntarily drawn. In the book, the analogies between the structure and incapacities of the Ekginninp a/the day: Fascum and represenlation soul of the servant and those of the household and the state are equally foregrounded .

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