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Major theorists discuss the renowned philosopher Jacques Derrida's most political and controversial work.
For They Know Not What They Do
The eminent philosopher explodes the roles of pleasure and desire in contemporary politics and culture.
A Realist Theory of Science
The foundational text for the philosophical movement of critical realism.
A passionate critique of information technology and the global media.
Infancy and History
A profound meditation on language and philosophy, nature and culture, and the birth of the subject.
Politics and History
Enlightenment advances towards a science of politics, and Marx's relationship to Hegel.
Disturbing and vivid meditations on the meanings of objects and sensations.
Logics of Disintegration
A major work of Marxist theory—rigorous, clear-minded and well-researched.
A lively and lucid introduction to the work of Theodor Adorno.
Laclau argues that the changes of the late twentieth century have altered Enlightenment notions of emancipation.
On the Shores of Politics
Returning politics to its original and necessary meaning: the organization of dissent.
Strategy of Deception
A trenchant critique of new techniques of waging war, and its reduction to images on a screen.
The Indivisible Remainder
Confronts Schelling with Hegel, and illuminates popular culture and modern subjectivity.
"One of the most significant figures of current political thought."—
The Absence of Myths
One of the most provocative and controversial writers of his time, these essays comprise George Bataille's most incisive study of surrealism.
Out of This World
A controversial critique of Deleuze as a spiritual and extra-worldly philosopher.