Blackwell (1989)

The Lyotard Reader is a collection of Jean-Francois Lyotard's most important and significant papers to date. While they are all written from within philosophy, they seek to address subjects as wide-ranging as film, painting, psychoanlaysis, Judaism and politics. The originality of Lyotard's work means that it cannot be readily situated within any one philosophical tradition. Instead he returns philosophy itself to debates across a range of areas and, in so doing, redefines the philosophical enterprise.
Keywords Philosophy  Philosophy, Modern  Aesthetics, Modern
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Call number B2430.L962.E5 1989
ISBN(s) 0631163387   0631163395   9780631163398   9780631163381
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