Toril Moi: “Concepts in Poststructuralism and Ordinary Language Philosophy”

The current issue of New Literary History is a tribute to Ralph Cohen, the journal’s founder and, until last year, its editor (the new editor of NLH is Rita Felski). This special issue contains a number of articles that I think would interest readers of this blog (to access the table of contents, please click here) but I wanted to recommend in particular a wonderful essay in it by Toril Moi, entitled “‘They practice their trades in different worlds’: Concepts in Poststructuralism and Ordinary Language Philosophy.” It’s a terrific piece, which I think many of you will find especially interesting. To access Prof. Moi’s essay, please click here.

Here is a preview of its first two pages:

-BR

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