Philosophy And Post Structuralist Theory From Kant To Deleuze - udolfoeenkii.ml

postmodernism stanford encyclopedia of philosophy - that postmodernism is indefinable is a truism however it can be described as a set of critical strategic and rhetorical practices employing concepts such as difference repetition the trace the simulacrum and hyperreality to destabilize other concepts such as presence identity historical progress epistemic certainty and the univocity of meaning, empiricism and subjectivity gilles deleuze constantin - empiricism and subjectivity gilles deleuze constantin boundas on amazon com free shipping on qualifying offers at last available in paperback this book anticipates and explains the post structuralist turn to empiricism presenting a challenging reading of david hume s philosophy, lyotard jean fran ois internet encyclopedia of philosophy - jean fran ois lyotard 1924 1998 french post structuralist philosopher best known for his highly influential formulation of postmodernism in the postmodern condition despite its popularity however this book is in fact one of his more minor works, amazon com theory of the subject 9780826496737 alain - theory of the subject first published in france in 1982 is without doubt one of alain badiou s most important works laying many of the foundations for his magnum opus being and event here badiou seeks to provide a theory of the subject for marxism through a study of lacanian psychoanalysis offering a major contribution to marxism as well as to the larger debate regarding the relationship, social science history bibliography andrew roberts - academy of social sciences ass the united kingdom association of learned societies in the social sciences formed in 1982 gave rise to the academy of learned societies for the social sciences incorporated 24 9 1999 which became the academy of social sciences on 5 7 2007 ass 15 12 2000 commission on the social sciences notes from the meeting on 15 12 2000 by ron johnston