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His book begins with a consideration of the main aspects of modernity and develops though a series of critical engagements with the major twentieth-century positions in the philosophy of history. He concludes with a fascinating history of the avant-garde intervention into the temporality of everyday life in surrealism, the situationists and the work of Henri Lefebvre.
|1||Modernity: A Different Time||1|
|2||One Time, One History?||30|
|3||Death and Recognition||69|
|4||Modernity, Eternity, Tradition||113|
|5||Avant-Garde and Everyday||160|