The influential meditation on the role of art, with a new introduction by John Berger.
Beyond Popper and Kuhn to an anarchist philosophy of science.
The philosophical roots of Sartre’s anti-colonial stance.
A provocative essay on the relationship between communism, philosophy and language.
Key Situationist texts on the city, strikingly illustrated.
An examination of authenticity as a revolutionary concept.
An accessible introduction to the key writings on postmodernism by the influential Marxist critic.
A new understanding of democracy that acknowledges the inescapable and essential antagonism in its workings.
Sex, technology, politics and disease in Western culture, after the ‘orgy’ of the 1960s.
A classic study of the great philosopher and cultural theorist.
A rich and suggestive analysis of military “ways of seeing”