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This letter is concerned with style and the ethos of voice in Stuart Hall’s intellectual presence. With Hall, it urges, it made little sense to separate the content of his substantive thought from the style of his process of thinking. Style comprehended a central part of the very ethos of intelligibility of his thinking. And this style was, above all, disclosed in the dimensions of his voice, in the resonant sound of his speaking, but also in his thinking and writing. In Hall speaking was a mode of thinking; and his writing had an audible character. Part of the larger...

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