â€˜Nobody knows how to writeâ€™. Thus opens this carefully nuanced and accessible collection of essays by one of the most important writer-philosophers of the 20th century, Jean-FranÃ§ois Lyotard (1924-1998). First published in French in 1991 as Lectures d'enfance, these essays have never been printed as a collection in English. In them, Lyotard investigates his idea of infantia, or the infancy of thought that resists all forms of development, either human or technological. Each essay responds to works by writers and thinkers who are central to cultural modernism, such as James Joyce, Franz Kafka, Hannah Arendt, Jean-Paul Sartre, and Sigmund Freud. This volume â€“ with a new introduction and afterword by Robert Harvey and Kiff Bamford â€“ contextualises Lyotardâ€™s thought and demonstrates his continued relevance today.
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