The revolution of everyday life

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Left Bank Books, 1994 - Political Science - 279 pages
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User Review  - Amai Freeman - Goodreads

Reading this book is a journey in itself. Vaneigem blends poetry, history, and critical theory in such a way that render his concepts inextricably linked to each other. The moments of clarity in this ... Read full review

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User Review  - Jonathan - Goodreads

Superbly intelligent and superb. Makes you feel superb. Makes you want to become more superb. Kills boredom forever. Exposes just about everything as a sham. Nihilism at its most hilarious. Not actually nihilistic at all. Relgious. Powerful. Power-mad, in a mad-good way. Mad. Bad. Good. Read full review

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Translators preface
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Authors preface to the first French paperback edition Introduction
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Powers perspective
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