About the Book
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"The irrationality of fact" intends to explore the limits of discourse; the fragility of the relationship between the signifier and the signified, between the word and the object; the endless deferral of meaning; containment, borders, boundaries; lines to be crossed, lines always already crossed.
It aims to examine the binaries natural, deviant; masculine, feminine; madness, sanity; soul, body; being, becoming; cause, effect; inclusion, exclusion; and how they collapse, having always already been one and the same.
It is inspired by Michel Foucault, Jacques Derrida, Judith Butler, Antonin Artaud, Karl Marx Friedrich Nietszche, Lissa Skitolsky and Gordon Harkins.