Philosophical Notes to My Friendsby John Elias
John Elias examines and discusses a range of topics and themes in recent intellectual history: from political correctness to the political debates about the Western canon, from the "death of God" and the end of meta-narratives, such as Christianity, Marxism, and Psychoanalysis, to the limits of pluralism, deconstruction and the role of the intellectual in the present age. John Dias critically studies the writings and thought of major thinkers, such as Hegel, Marx, Nietzsche, Sartre, Foucault, Habermas and Derrida, as a way to explore and make sense of the current intellectual confusion about the nature and limits of modernity, pluralism, language, communication, interpretation and community.
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