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`An outstandingly rigourous and, if simply for this reason alone - much needed, point of reference for the post-modernity/late-modernity debate. ... It is a grand narrative of the indispensable kind whose carefully crafted insights and justifications deserve to be widely and seriously reflected upon, to be challenged or consolidated.' - Publication Unknown 24.2.95
`Wagner's historical sociology of modernity makes fascinating and highly illuminating reading.' - Zygmunt Bauman, Times Higher
`Closing the book, the reader is wiser than at the moment of opening it, with that kind of wisdom which only a responsible thinker can confer.' - Zygmunt Bauman, Times Higher
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