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This chapter deals with the example of cats in the work of Slavoj Žižek and Jacques Derrida. Their theorization of animals, and its relation to anthropocentrism, can help us understand the “inhuman core of the human.” The aim here is not to rehabilitate animality per se or an attempt to examine the limits and/or gap that separates humans from (other) animals.

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