For More than One Voice
Toward a Philosophy of Vocal Expression
Adriana Cavarero Translated, and with an Introduction, by Paul A. Kottman

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For More Than One Voice

Translator's Introduction

Introduction

PART I: HOW LOGOS LOST ITS VOICE

1.1              The Voice of Jacob

1.2              "Saying," Instead of the "Said"

1.3              The Devocalization of Logos

1.4              The Voice of the Soul

1.5              The Strange Case of the Antimetaphysician Ireneo Funes

1.6              The Voice of Language

1.7              When Thinking Was Done with the Lungs…

1.8              Some Irresistible (and Somewhat Dangerous) Flute Playing

1.9              The Rhapsodic Voice; or, Ion's Specialty

PART II: WOMEN WHO SING

2.1              "Sing to Me, O Muse"

2.2              The Fate of the Sirens

2.3              Melodramatic Voices

2.4              The Maternal Chora; or, The Voice of the Poetic Text

2.5              Truth Sings in Key

2.6              The Hurricane Does Not Roar in Pentameter

2.7              The Harmony of the Spheres; or, The Political Control of Mousike

PART III: A POLITICS OF VOICES

3.1              Echo; or, On Resonance

3.2              A Vocal Ontology of Uniqueness

3.3              Logos and Politics

3.4              The Reciprocal Communication of Voices

Appendix: Dedicated to Derrida

Notes

Index