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Author Newman, Saul.
Title Unstable universalities : poststructuralism and radical politics / Saul Newman.
Imprint Manchester : Manchester University Press, 2007.

Author Newman, Saul.
Series Reappraising the Political
Reappraising the political.
Subject Political science -- Philosophy.
Poststructuralism -- Political aspects.
Anti-globalization movement.
Radicalism.
Democracy.
Postmodernism -- Political aspects.
Description 1 online resource (225 pages)
Contents 9780719071287; 9780719071287; Copyright; Contents; Acknowledgements; Introduction; 1 The politics of postmodernity; 2 Power; 3 The subject; 4 Ethics; 5 Democracy; 6 Radical politics today; Bibliography; Index.
Summary Unstable universalities examines the theme of universality and its place in radical political theory. Saul Newman argues that both Marxist politics of class struggle and the postmodern politics of difference have reached their historical and political limits, and that what is needed is a new approach to universality, a new way of thinking about collective politics. By exploring various themes and ideas within poststructuralist and post-Marxist theory, the book develops a new and original approach to universality? one that has important implications for politics today, particularly on question.
Note Print version record.
Bibliography Note Includes bibliographical references and index.
Note English.
ISBN 9781847792266 (electronic bk.)
184779226X (electronic bk.)
9781781701522 (ebook)
1781701520 (ebook)
9780719071287 (hardback)
OCLC # 818847228
Additional Format Print version: Newman, Saul. Unstable universalities. Manchester : Manchester University Press, 2007 9780719071287



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