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Dada 1916 in TheoryPractices of Critical Resistance$
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Dafydd Jones

Print publication date: 2014

Print ISBN-13: 9781781380208

Published to Liverpool Scholarship Online: January 2015

DOI: 10.5949/liverpool/9781781380208.001.0001

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Dadaist Disgust: Ideology Theory and the Manifesto Writings

Dadaist Disgust: Ideology Theory and the Manifesto Writings

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(p.93) 4 Dadaist Disgust: Ideology Theory and the Manifesto Writings
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Dada 1916 in Theory
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Dafydd W. Jones

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Liverpool University Press
DOI:10.5949/liverpool/9781781380208.003.0005

The way in which Dada aggression was refined in the textual form of the manifesto writings – in particular, the manifestos of Tristan Tzara and of Walter Serner – is the subject of this chapter, which takes twentieth-century philosophical detours in developing its argument for the works as ideology critique. What is argued here is the centrality of subjective destitution (detouring to contemporary readings of Fight Club and The Usual Suspects) as a position that the Dadaists entered via the manifesto texts, and from which a renewed and unconstrained cultural engagement became viable.

Keywords:   Tristan Tzara, Walter Serner, manifesto, ideology, Louis Althusser, interpellation, Lenin, Alain Badiou, Jacques Rancière

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