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In the conclusion, I consider the various calls that I have collected in previous chapters, ranging from interpellating calls like Althusser’s “hey, you there!” to other addresses such as Lauren Berlant’s “wait up!,” Woolf’s “come, come!” (from Orlando), Édouard Glissant’s “consent not to be a single being” (considered in chapter 6), and many others. These calls amount to a counterlanguage, a form of recognition that does not demand or project but invites and simply allows another being to be. I also look at a method of reading that I try to practice in the various chapters of this book,...

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