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The End of the Imaginaton

My planned Geneaology of the Imagination project is on indefinite hold. I’ve actually written drafts of the entire first section (Cheekily titled “How Plato and Aristotle Betrayed Socrates”), and have most of the research for the second part (“The Platonic Push in Islamic Imagination”). Nevertheless, I have more temporally relevant work to get onto, and have accomplished most of the goals that originally started the project: working out for myself what I mean when I talk about the imagination, the imaginary, whether those are individual or collective.

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