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www.egs.edu Victor Vitanza talking about Jean-François Lyotard's Libidinal Economy and Just Gaming. In this lecture he discusses the fourth day, supreme fictions, pagans as artists, new rules pagan game, Tegwar, Parmenides, proper names, language games, doctrine, Nietzsche, time, Heidegger, history, chronology, the fifth day, hesitation, the parallax view, Moby Dick, termites, Karatani, the communications triangle, the messenger, the listener, radical passivity, the disciple, transference, Leibniz, geometries, the Mobius strip, Karl Popper, tekhne, reverse orientations, the scales of justice, the game of terrorism. Public open lecture for the students and staff of theEuropean Graduate School EGS Media and Communication Studies department program Saas-Fee Switzerland Europe 2011 Victor Vitanza. Victor Vitanza, PhD, Jean-Francois Lyotard Chair at the European Graduate School EGS, is Professor of English and Rhetoric at Clemson University. He is also the Director of the Ph.D. program at Clemson University in Rhetorics, Communications, and Information Design (RCID). Victor J. Vitanza is the Editor of PRE a journal of rhetorical theory, and the Director of the PRE://TEXT Publishing Webwork. His books and articles include: Negation, Subjectivity, and The History of Rhetoric (1997); Writing Histories of Rhetoric (1993); CyberReader (1998); Chaste Rape: Sexual Violence, Canon Formation, and Rhetorical Cultures (dissertation); 'Love, Lust, Rhetorics (from Double Binds to ...