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Inscriptions was so good, even though I don't even know anything about psychoanalysis or philosophy. Onya, as we say in Australia (good on you).
Prof. Simon Batterbury, University of Melbourne, Australia, and Lancaster University, UK
Thank you for taking good care of the manuscript and for an extremely easy and forthcoming approach to editing.
Inscriptions is a peer-reviewed journal that publishes contemporary thinking on art, philosophy and psycho-analysis.
ISSN: 2535-5430 (online), 2535-7948 (print)
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