Marx, Albright, Blair & Gates

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When the jacket blurb tells you that the book before you "basically combines a kojevian notion of global market as post-history (in this sense akin to Fukuyama's eschatology) with a Foucauldian and Deleuzian notion of bio-politics (in this sense crossing the road of a Sloterdijk who . . .

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