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Adding Insult to Injury
A controversial look at the social politics of equality and cultural politics of difference.
The Poulantzas Reader
Key writings of the great political theorist, including his debate with Ralph Miliband on the state.
Critique of Everyday Life Volume One
A groundbreaking analysis of the alienating phenomena of daily life under capitalism.
Critique of Everyday Life Volume Three
Explores the crisis of modernity and the decisive assertion of technological modernism.
Critique of Everyday Life Volume Two
Identifies categories within everyday life, such as the theory of the semantic field and the theory of moments.
Between Existentialism and Marxism
A classic work by the founding father of existentialism, describing his philosophy and its relationship to Marxism.
For They Know Not What They Do
The eminent philosopher explodes the roles of pleasure and desire in contemporary politics and culture.
Major theorists discuss the renowned philosopher Jacques Derrida's most political and controversial work.
This major voice in French philosophy presents a classic study of how particular political and cultural ideas come to dominate society. Spanning...
A passionate critique of information technology and the global media.
The Perfect Crime
Baudrillard investigates the murder of reality—“the most important event of modern history.”
A Realist Theory of Science
The foundational text for the philosophical movement of critical realism.
Spinoza and Politics
A rich analysis of Spinoza's key works, in the context of his political and ideological associations.
A Study on Authority
The great theorist of radical liberation analyzes the relationship between authority and freedom.
Aesthetics and Politics
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An intense and lively debate on literature and art between thinkers who became some of the great figures of twentieth-century philosophy and literature.
Laclau argues that the changes of the late twentieth century have altered Enlightenment notions of emancipation.