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Ethics and representation : from Kant to…

Ethics and representation : from Kant to Post-structuralism

by Claire Colebrook

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Ethics and Representation provides a critique and overview of contemporary post-structuralist theory. Exploring the Kantian and phenomenological background of Derrida, Deleuze, Foucault, and Irigaray, this book raises some key questions and issues in critical theory. These questions are looked at from a number of angles including the notion of point of view and perspective, the critique of anthropologism from Kant to Deleuze, and the relation between representation and modernity. This is an original contribution to ethical and critical theory which situates poststructuralism in its philosophical background, and in the sustained problematic of the enlightenment.

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