This article examines philosopher Hubert Damisch's extensive scholarship on Jean Dubuffet, including his editorial travails and annotations of the four volumes of the artist's complete writings, Prospectus et tous écrits suivants. Further, it is argued that Dubuffet's art and writings influenced the development of Damisch's particular counter-historical methodological approach to the history of art.

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