Specters of the Atlantic Finance Capital, Slavery, and the Philosophy of History
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Copyright year: 2005
Publisher: Duke University Press
Publication date: 12/16/2005
Size: 6.00" wide x 9.00" long x 1.25" tall
|"Now Being": Slavery, Speculation, and the Measure of Our Time|
|Liverpool, a Capital of the Long Twentieth Century|
|"Subject $"; or, the "Type" of the Modern|
|"Madam Death! Madam Death!": Credit, Insurance, and the Atlantic Cycle of Capital Accumulation|
|"Signum Rememorativum, Demonstrativum, Prognostikon": Modernity and the Truth Event|
|"Please decide": The Singular and the Speculative|
|Specters of the Atlantic: Slavery and the Witness|
|Frontispiece: Testimony, Rights, and the State of Exception|
|The View from the Window: Sympathy, Melancholy, and the Problem of "Humanity"|
|The Fact of History: On Cosmopolitan Interestedness|
|The Imaginary Resentment of the Dead: A Theory of Melancholy Sentiment|
|"To Tumble into It, and Gasp for Breath as We Go Down": The Idea of Suffering and the Case of Liberal Cosmopolitanism|
|This/Such, for Instance: The Witness against "History"|
|"The Sea Is History"|
|"The Sea is History": On Temporal Accumulation|