Empire of Meaning

Empire of Meaning

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An outgrowth of Dosse's History of Structuralism, Empire of Meaning is an extended encounter with some of the most influential French intellectuals. Through interviews and readings, Dosse reveals what has become of the intellectuals of the generation of '68 as they have tried to work out the implications of their revolt against structuralism and the problem of cold war existence. Paul Ricoeur, Bruno Latour, Isabelle Stengers, Roger Chartier, Marcel Gauchet, Dany-Robert Dufour, and Michel Serres are among the many figures whose words and work unfold in these pages.tou stod t33 sap ~3arr aimlisiuos sa mArg Arsyararm snq to uftuia#39;.ziui -tkud sap ^q iellos dsaxAxmui jo3?ar :itaanpragt;Tn. dua lcdoihu a jo boo -dscnia? sap dur uoKnli: ht 03 ubot lit scindsj taap jailasm^ j0 snsm -xapsax sap t0 nisiminffad sap ipoqanbsp;...

Title:Empire of Meaning
Author: François Dosse
Publisher:U of Minnesota Press - 1999

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