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Exploiting affinities between the work of Lukacs and American philosophers such as Rorty and Cavell, Bull argues that the central dynamic of late modernity is the coming into hiding of the contradictory identities generated through political and social emancipation.
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Malcolm Bull is a theorist and art historian who teaches at Oxford. His books include "Seeing Things Hidden, The Mirror of the Gods," and "Anti-Nietzsche." He is on the editorial board of "New Left Review" and writes for the "London Review of Books."
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