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He is best known for his writings on Martin Heidegger and Maurice Blanchot, but has also made significant contributions in the area of philosophy of language and to questions relating to the politics of philosophy and its institutions. He is also actively involved in the philosophy of education and currently writes on the topic of rhythm. He taught at the University of Strasbourg from to , and from to he worked as professor of Comparative Literature and Philosophy, co-director of the Philosophy, Literature and the Theory of Criticism Program and as chair of the Department of Comparative Literature at State University of New York at Binghamton.

In , he moved to the University of Aberdeen to join the faculty of the School of Language and Literature, and formed the Centre for Modern Thought. In his critical writings, which breach the barriers separating philosophy, literary theory, and art criticism, Christopher Fynsk is deeply engaged with the question of the possibility of language and how the human relation to Being is sketched out through literary and philosophical texts and art works.

In the text, which is partitioned into three suggestively aligned parts in the manner similar to a Francis Bacon triptych, Christopher Fynsk follows an inquiry of the material limits of symbolic representation. Fordham University Press, University of Minnesota Press, Stanford University Press, Language and Relation: that there is language.

Typography; Mimesis, Philosophy, Politics. Edited by Philippe Lacoue-Labarthe. Harvard University Press, Heidegger: Thought and Historicity. Cornell University Press, Catedra Jorge Oteiza, Wilhelm Fink Verlag, Cambridge University Press, Edizioni Menabo.

Salerno, What Remains at a Crucifixion Fynsk, Christopher. Routledge, Station Hill Press, Crossing the Threshold Fynsk, Christopher. Experiences of Finitude Fynsk, Christopher. University Of Minnesota Press, Block, Peter Lang, SUNY Press, Paris, Translations Fynsk, Christopher, trans. Prescription Fynsk, Christopher, trans.

Desistance Fynsk, Christopher. Talks Fynsk, Christopher, trans. Fynsk, Christopher. A Nomos without Truth Fynsk, Christopher. Lascaux and the Question of Origins Fynsk, Christopher. There are no encounters in theory Fynsk, Christopher. The Linguistic Turn Fynsk, Christopher. Dwelling in the Ruins of the University the point being to practice something beyond critique Fynsk, Christopher. Between Ethics and Aesthetics Fynsk, Christopher. Reading the Poetics after the Remarks Fynsk, Christopher.

The Claim of History Fynsk, Christopher. Literary Reading Fynsk, Christopher. Noise at the Threshold Fynsk, Christopher. Freiheit der Interpretation im liberalen Amerika Fynsk, Christopher. The Choice of Deconstruction Fynsk, Christopher. A Decelebration of Philosophy Fynsk, Christopher. The Production of a Difference Fynsk, Christopher.

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He is best known for his writings on Martin Heidegger and Maurice Blanchot, but has also made significant contributions in the area of philosophy of language and to questions relating to the politics of philosophy and its institutions. He is also actively involved in the philosophy of education and currently writes on the topic of rhythm. He taught at the University of Strasbourg from to , and from to he worked as professor of Comparative Literature and Philosophy, co-director of the Philosophy, Literature and the Theory of Criticism Program and as chair of the Department of Comparative Literature at State University of New York at Binghamton. In , he moved to the University of Aberdeen to join the faculty of the School of Language and Literature, and formed the Centre for Modern Thought. In his critical writings, which breach the barriers separating philosophy, literary theory, and art criticism, Christopher Fynsk is deeply engaged with the question of the possibility of language and how the human relation to Being is sketched out through literary and philosophical texts and art works.

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