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1. A public is self-organized
2. A public is a relation among strangers
3. The address of public speech is both personal and impersonal
4. A public is constituted through mere attention
5. A public is the social space created by the reflexive circulation of discourse
6. Publics act historically according to the temporality of their circulation
7.A public is poetic world-making
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Publics and Counterpublics Abridged

Publics and Counterpublics Abridged

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Published by Prasad Khanolkar

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Published by: Prasad Khanolkar on Mar 13, 2012
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