A specter is haunting Western thought, the specter of the Cartesian subject.
Key writings of the great political theorist, including his debate with Ralph Miliband on the state.
The eminent philosopher explodes the roles of pleasure and desire in contemporary politics and culture.
Baudrillard investigates the murder of reality—“the most important event of modern history.”
Confronts Schelling with Hegel, and illuminates popular culture and modern subjectivity.