Paragraph 42 (2):188-204 (2019)

Andrey Gordienko
University of California, Los Angeles
In one of his late interviews, Alain Badiou acknowledges that his concept of the event can be traced back to Jean-Paul Sartre's notion of the group-in-fusion, presented in the Critique of Dialectic...
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