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Key Contemporary Concepts: From Abjection to Zeno's Paradox

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'A book which all students of the human sciences will find useful, both for its range of engagements and its pedagogic ambitions. To be read and to be enjoyed' - Nigel Thrift, University of Bristol

This book is the essential roadmap to the key concepts which frame our understanding of society and culture. From cybernetics to quantum theory, from ideology to power, from a
Hardcover, 222 pages
Published February 24th 2003 by Sage Publications Ltd (first published December 5th 2002)
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