1 Foucault, Language, Counter-Memory, Practice, 175.
2 For more on the agonizing and nauseating relationship between living
and telling, see Sartre, Nausea.
3 Foucault, Power/Knowledge, 81.
4 Radhakrishnan, Introduction, Theory in an Uneven World.
5 Ghosh, The Shadow Lines, 29.
6 For more on the politics of hauntology, see Derrida, Spectres of Marx.
7 Nietzsche, Use and Abuse of History ; Foucault, Language, Counter-
Memory, Practice.
8 For more on time and articulations of temporality between the history of
the human and the history of science, see Grosz, The Nick of Time.
9 David Scott is an exception among postcolonial theorists who has the
epistemological courage to pick a serious quarrel with history. See his
Refashioning Futures.
10 Nietzsche, “On Truth and Lies,” in The Portable Nietzsche, 46–47.
11 See Nehamas, Nietzsche ; Heidegger, Nietzsche ; Krell, Infectious Nietzsche ;
and Stambaugh, Problem of Time in Nietzsche for more on Nietzsche and
the problem of time.
12 See Rich, Diving into the Wreck.
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