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Witnessing/Testimony

Witnessing/Testimony

Since the 1980s, testimony has formed the subject of or provided the analytical framework for numerous books and essays in continental philosophy, cultural studies, literature, art theory and historiography. This prolific literature has canonized testimony as the subversive idiom of oppressed and subaltern groups and as the primary medium of moral sensibility towards victims...
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