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Between Ordinary and Extraordinary

The Normativity of the Singular Case in Art and Law

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In this essay Angela Condello argues that approaching normativity in art and law from the perspective of the singular case shows the importance of interdisciplinary legal scholarship. Singularities create room for extra-legal values to emerge as legitimate demands, desires, needs

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