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Combining rigorous theoretical debate with a set of articles exploring Ernesto Laclau’s thinking of politics, leading international scholars of contemporary radical theory demonstrate the relevance of Laclau’s work to conceptualizing the Political and politics.
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Mark Devenney is a Principal Lecturer in Politics and Philosophy, and leads the Humanities Programme degrees at the University of Brighton. His main research interests are in contemporary Political Philosophy, with research expertise on Critical Theory (Adorno and Habermas), contemporary Continental philosophy (notably Agamben, Hardt and Negri, Laclau, Ranciere, Derrida, Zizek and Badiou). He has written about the contemporary critical theory, post Marxism and the Politics of property and is the author of Ethics and Politics in Contemporary Theory (2005) and Towards an Improper Politics (forthcoming).
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