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  1. Mike Gane (2007). Fétichisme et politique positive. Archives de Philosophie 1:23-40.
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  2. Mike Gane (2006). Jean Baudrillard, The Conspiracy of Art: Manifestos, Interviews, Essays Reviewed By. Philosophy in Review 26 (4):233-235.
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  3. Mike Gane (2003). French Social Theory. Sage Publications.
    No national tradition of social theory has been more seductive to Anglo-American readers than the French.There has been a long-standing fascination with French ideas and debates. This extraordinarily accomplished book, written by one of Britain's leading commentators on social theory, provides a peerless account of the French tradition.The book: provides a systematic account of French social theory from the aftermath of the French Revolution (St Simon, Bazard and Comte) to the contemporary scene dominated by Kristeva, Deleuze, Bourdieu and Baudrillard; divides (...)
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  4. Mike Gane (2002). Normativity and Pathology. Philosophy, Psychiatry, and Psychology 9 (4):313-316.
  5. Mike Gane (2001). Reading Gender Futures, From Comte to Baudrillard. Social Epistemology 15 (2):77 – 89.
    The central question concerning the future of masculinity is whether the current matrix of distributions of roles and status, praxes and practices, will remain intact or whether a shift to a new configuration will occur. This essay briefly examines thinking on masculinity in two French attempts to theorize the future of relations between men and women: that of Auguste Comte, at the beginning of sociology, and Jean Baudrillard at the end of sociology. Both have, in their time, predicted radical gender (...)
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  6. Mike Gane (ed.) (2000). Jean Baudrillard. Sage.
    Jean Baudrillard is one of the most important and provocative writers in the contemporary era. Widely acclaimed as the prophet of postmodernism, he has famously announced the disappearance of the subject, meaning, truth, class and the notion of reality itself. Although he worked as a sociologist, his writing has enjoyed a wide interdisciplinary popularity and influence. He is read by students of sociology, cultural studies, philosophy, literature, French and geography. Organized into eight sections, the volumes provide the most complete guide (...)
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  7. Mike Gane (2000). Jean Baudrillard: In Radical Uncertainty. Pluto Press.
    Presents Baudrillard’s key concepts and examines his contribution to the analysis of specific domains, such as postmodernism, feminism, technology, art, war, ...
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  8. Mike Gane (2000). The Object's Seduction. In , Jean Baudrillard. Sage. 3--238.
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  9. Mike Gane (1999). Bathos of Technology and Politics in Fourth Order Simulacra. Angelaki 4 (2):75 – 80.
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  10. Mike Gane (1996). Beside the Standpoint. In Sue Wilkinson & Celia Kitzinger (eds.), Representing the Other: A Feminism & Psychology Reader. Sage Publications. 156.
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  11. Mike Gane (1989). Reviews : Marco Orrù, Anomie: History and Meanings, London : Allen & Unwin, 1987, £25.00, Xii+210 Pp. [REVIEW] History of the Human Sciences 2 (2):277-279.
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