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Divya Dwivedi is a philosopher based in the subcontinent. She is an associate professor at the Indian Institute of Technology, Delhi where she teaches Philosophy and Literature. Her works have been concerned with the ontology of the literary, the formality of law, the literary, postcolonial racisms, political concepts, and speed. Dwivedi is the co-author with Shaj Mohan of Gandhi and Philosophy: On Theological Anti-Politics (Foreword by Jean-Luc Nancy; Bloomsbury, 2019). She is also the co-editor of Narratology and Ideology (Ohio State University Press, 2018) and Public Sphere from outside the West(Bloomsbury Academic, 2015). Dwivedi has recently edited “L’Inde: Colossale et Capitale,” a special issue of Revue Critique (2020) and a special issue of Revue des femmes philosophes (“Intellectuels, Philosophes, Femmes en Inde: des espèces en danger”, 2017).

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