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020 _a9781032297095
082 _a149.96
100 _aHarland, Richard
245 _aSuperstructuralism : the philosophy of structuralism and post-structuralism
260 _bRoutledge,
_aLondon :
300 _ax, 213 p. ;
_c22 cm
365 _b995.00
490 _aThe new accent series
504 _aIncludes bibliographical references and index.
520 _aIt is easy to see that we are living in a time of rapid and radical social change. It is much less easy to grasp the fact that such change will inevitably affect the nature of those disciplines that both reflect our society and help to shape it. Yet this is nowhere more apparent than in the central field of what may, in general terms, be called literary studies. ‘New Accents’ is intended as a positive response to the initiative offered by such a situation. Each volume in the series will seek to encourage rather than resist the process of change. To stretch rather than reinforce the boundaries that currently define literature and its academic study.
650 _aStructuralism
650 _aPoststructuralism
650 _aAlthusser,Louis
650 _aAnglo-Saxon
650 _aBourgeois
650 _aDerrida,Jacques
650 _aExistentialism
650 _aFree will
650 _aHypnotism
650 _aLangue
650 _aMaterialism
650 _aNatural sciences
650 _aObjective Idealism
650 _a Semiotics
650 _aUnconscious
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