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'Explains the key ideas, and the contradictions within them, of authors who are often cited but rarely read.' --Le Monde diplomatique

'A precious tool permitting us to escape the whingeing about the mediocrity of thinkers today and to help us anticipate the tremors yet to come.' --Le Nouvel observateur

'Written with intelligence and clarity.' --Libération

“In this courageous and audacious work, the sociologist Razmig Keucheyan offers a robust . . . panorama of contemporary critical theories.” – Nonfiction.fr

“An impressive tour de force, providing us with a summary of contemporary critical theories that is both rigorous and clear.” – Philosophie magazine
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RAZMIG KEUCHEYAN is an Assistant Professor in Sociology at the university of Paris-Sorbonne. He is the author of Le constructivisme. Des origines à nos jours and has recently edited a selection from Antonio Gramsci's Prison Notebooks in French.

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very informative for anybody interrested in contemporary thought and its thinkers.very thoughtful and very well written indeed. wonderful and infomatically revelant.
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