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  1. J. G. Merquior (forthcoming). Back to the Context: Harry Levin, an Appreciation. Journal of the History of Ideas.
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  2. J. G. Merquior (1991). Death toHomo Economicus? Critical Review 5 (3):353-378.
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  3. J. G. Merquior (1991). In Quest of Modern Culture: Hysterical or Historical Humanism. Critical Review 5 (3):399-420.
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  4. J. G. Merquior (1990). Back to the Histoire de la Folie. History of the Human Sciences 3 (1):39-40.
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  5. J. G. Merquior (1990). For the Sake of the Whole. Critical Review 4 (3):301-325.
    Louis Dumont is a distinguished Indianist but his later work has undertaken to ground an allegedly general need for holism and hierarchy in comparative historical sociology. Dumont's anti?individualist thrust, depicting as it does modern Western culture as an aberration, a kind of social disease inviting in the long run an even worse cure?the nemesis of totalitarianism? enjoyed in the 80s the status of a modern classic of sociological wisdom. Even those who, like the new humanist thinkers in France (Luc Ferry, (...)
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  6. J. G. Merquior (1988). From Marcionism to Marxism. Critical Review 2 (4):101-113.
    GEORG LUK?CS AND HIS GENERATION 1900?1918 by Mary Gluck Cambridge, Mass.: Harvard University Press, 1985. 263pp., $25.00.
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  7. J. G. Merquior (1988). Philosophy of History Thoughts on a Possible Revival. History of the Human Sciences 1 (1):23-31.
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