Badiou and Politics

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Badiou and Politics
Author : Bruno Bosteels
File Size : 45,5 Mb
Publisher : Duke University Press
Language : English
Release Date : 10 August 2011
ISBN : 9780822350767
Pages : 463 pages
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DIVExamines the political thinking of French philosopher of Alain Badiou, whose theories of ontology and mathematics have set him apart from many of his post-structuralist contemporaries./div

Badiou and Politics

DIVExamines the political thinking of French philosopher of Alain Badiou, whose theories of ontology and mathematics have set him apart from many of his post-structuralist contemporaries./div

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