The Philosopher and His Poor

; Andrew Parker (Redaktør) ; John Drury (Oversetter) ; Corinne Oster (Oversetter) ; Andrew Parker (Oversetter)

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Ranciere's account of Western philosophical thought from Plato to Bourdieu argues that philosophers depend on an ideal "poor" for their own analyses but preclude them from abstract thought

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Innholdsfortegnelse

Editor's Preface vii

Editor's Introduction: Mimesis and the Division of Labor ix

A Personal Itinerary xxv

I. Plato's Lie

1. The Order of the City 3

2. The Order of Discourse 30

II. Marx's Labor


3. The Shoemaker and the Knight 57

4. The Production of the Proletarian 70

5. The Revolution Conjured Away 90

6. The Risk of Art 105

III. The Philosopher and the Sociologist

7. The Marxist Horizon 127

8. The Philosopher's Wall 137

9. The Sociologist King 165

For Those Who Want More 203

Afterword to the English-Language Edition (2002) 219

Notes 229

Om forfatteren

Jacques Ranciere is Emeritus Professor of Philosophy at the University of Paris-VIII (St. Denis). His many books include The Nights of Labor: The Workers' Dream in Nineteenth-Century France; The Ignorant Schoolmaster: Five Lessons in Intellectual Emancipation;and Disagreement: Politics and Philosophy.

Andrew Parker is Professor of English at Amherst College. He is a coeditor of Nationalisms and Sexualities and Performativity and Performance.