Chapter 26: Imagination
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Imagination can be thought of not as a set of programmatic ideals towards a better world or the creation of already existing utopias against which current realities must inevitably fall short, but as an adoption of ‘the exterior glance’ combined with a relentless process of resistance and questioning and estrangement – a literary project as much as a political one – in relation to political and legal orthodoxy and the institutional and political arrangements that concretize it.

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