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​Heralding the Anti-caste Aesthetic

​Heralding the Anti-caste Aesthetic

Marathi poet Loknath Yashwant’s work is an example of how Dalit literature can provide the anti-caste “sensible.”

Jacques Rancière in his provocative essay, “The Distribution of the Sensible: Politics and Aesthetics,” says,“Artistic practices are ‘ways of doing and making’ that intervene in the general distribution of ways of doing and making as well as in the relationship they maintain to modes of being and forms of visibility.”

He illustrates what is “sensible” (that which is fathomed by the senses), through his “theory of disagreement” between two dialectically opposite agencies which produce literature within the same society.

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Updated On : 20th Aug, 2018

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