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From the Publisher"The book is an incisive critique of the role of the intellectualwithin the areas of violence and hunger, love and death. I am sureit will inspire many to go further into the writings of these twovery radical philosophers whose intellectual polemics offer acompelling conversation on contemporary visions of resistance toarbitrary state power and violence through a revitalised view ofphilosophy's place in the world today."
"How can philosophy be restored to its true vocation as a formof ethical and political intervention? In this lively, accessibledebate two of Europe's most challenging thinkers present theiranswers to this question - and discover how much agreement as wellas discord there is between them."
Peter Dews, University of Essex