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The fourth and final volume of The New Press Postwar French Thought series provides a fresh map and analysis for understanding the history of ideas since 1945. This anthology collects the writings of celebrated philosophers along with work by thinkers highly regarded in France for the first time. It contextualises the material within a larger intellectual and political history and chronology, identifying antecedents and distinguishing four main phases or moments. Indispensable for understanding the development of postwar French philosophy as a whole.
Etienne Balibar, Professor Emeritus, Universite de Paris I, and Distinguished Professor at University of California, Irvine, is one of Europe's leading political philosophers. He is the author of Masses, Classes, and Ideas, We the People of Europe?, and Spinoza and Politics and is a co-author of Reading Capital. He is based in Paris. John Rajchman is an associate professor at Columbia University and a visiting professor at Princeton University. The author of Truth and Eros, Constructions, and The Deleuze Connections, he has also written widely about contemporary art and architecture and contributed a foreword to The Chomsky-Foucault Debate (The New Press). He lives in New York.
Release date Australia
May 10th, 2011
Edited by Anne Boyman
Edited by Etienne Balibar
Edited by John Rajchman
Country of Publication
The New Press
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