Theory, Culture and Society 28 (2):152-161 (2011)

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This article reviews Bülent Diken’s recent book, Nihilism. In so doing, it focuses especially on the disjunctive synthesis between passive nihilism and radical nihilism . Finally, the article claims that Diken’s project is to resuscitate the idea of revolution, to reinvent the revolutionary politics
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