Derrida and the End of History (Paperback)

Professor Stuart Sim

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Derrida’s critique of Fukuyama’s claim that history “as we know it” has ended is highlighted as one of his most valuable contributions to the postmodern cultural debate. This book places Derrida’s rejection of Fukuyama’s claim within the context of a wider tradition of ‘endist’ thought.

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ISBN: 9781840460940

Price: 3.99

Pages: 80

Publication date: 01/07/1999


Series: Postmodern Encounters

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