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Dossier: The Rancière-Althusser Controversy (RP 170)

This dossier is featured in the current issue of Radical Philosophy (170, Nov/Dec 2011), which is available in bookshops now or can be ordered as a back issue from Alliance Media.

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Articles in the Dossier:

Louis Althusser, ‘Student Problems‘ (1964), (with a new introduction by Warren Montag)

Nathan Brown, ‘Red years: Althusser’s lesson, Rancière’s error and the real movement of history

Bruno Bosteels, ‘Reviewing Rancière: Or, the persistence of discrepancies

Stéphane Douailler, ‘The patient cannot last long

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