The Transparent Society

Johns Hopkins University Press (1992)
"This book is of major importance to the debate on the postmodern question."--Jean François Lyotard. "This is Vattimo at his best--and at his best he is very, very good, which is to say, erudite, witty, engaging, and precise. I do not think anyone comes close to Vattimo in his ability to correlate complex philosophical issues and arguments, such as those of Heidegger or Benjamin on such topics as &.
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Call number B831.2.V3813 1992
ISBN(s) 0801845289   0801845270  
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