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IntroductionWhat Is an Intervention? Metaphilosophical Critique and the Reinvention of Contemporary Theory
Chapter 1How Do We Think the Present? From Ontology of Contemporary Reality to Ontology without Being * 1
Chapter 2The Right of Philosophy and the Facts of History: Foucault, Derrida, Descartes *
Chapter 3Aesthetic Revolution and Modern Democracy: Rancière’s Historiography *
Chapter 4Is Difference a Value in Itself? Critique of a Metaphilosophical Axiology *
Chapter 5Castoriadis and the Tradition of Radical Critique
Chapter 6The Hatred of Rancière: Democracy in the History of Political Cultures *
Chapter 7The Art of Talking Past One Another: The Badiou–Rancière Debate *
Chapter 8The Hermeneutics of Art and Political History in Rancière
Chapter 9The Forgotten Political Art Par Excellence? Architecture, Design and the Social Sculpting of the Body Politic
- Interventions in Contemporary Thought
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