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As a philosophical and anthropological concept, the importance of interpassivity today seems secured, thanks in no small part to Robert Pfaller's tireless efforts over the last two decades. Beginning life as a conceptual weapon in Pfaller's late-90's polemic against interactive art, interpassivity has since shed light on domains as different as rhetoric, religion and popular culture. A striking feature of Pfaller's work in this period, in addition to its impressive scope, is his constantdoi:10.26021/328 fatcat:pbskmjk4sfaa3cughesunc7mlu