Russia’s Cold War: From the October Revolution to the Fall of the Wall

@article{Paulauskas2016RussiasCW,
  title={Russia’s Cold War: From the October Revolution to the Fall of the Wall},
  author={Michael V. Paulauskas},
  journal={The European Legacy},
  year={2016},
  volume={21},
  pages={442 - 444}
}
structures if it is going to bring about something new. However, language covers over the space of the event; language is already bound up in the social and political structures that constitute our reality and thought itself such that we cannot turn to it for the (new) terms of the revolution. Silence, the gap in language, is thus important for two reasons. First, thinking is necessary for forming a new kind of language and a new kind of political subject and silence, or the gap in language… Expand
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