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In Medias Res: Peter Sloterdijk's Spherological Poetics of Being

by Willem Schinkel

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In recent years, Peter Sloterdijk has become one of Germany’s most influential thinkers. His diverse body of work includes a Heideggerian project to think “space and time,” a Diogenes-inspired affirmation of the body, and a Deleuzian ontology of network-spheres. This highly accessible collection of essays brings together a team of internationally renowned scholars, including Sjoerd van Tuinen, Rudi Laermans, Peter Weibel, and Bruno Latour, to provide a series of critical reflections on Sloterdijk’s oeuvre. 

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Internationally renowned scholars in a series of critical reflections on the oeuvre of Peter Sloterdijk.

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