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In Praise of Theatre
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Contents
Alain Badiou and the untimely stage: translatorA
introduction by Andrew Bielski
1. Defense of an endangered art
2. Theatre and philosophy, story of an old couple
3. Between dance and cinema
4. Political stages
5. The place of the spectator
TranslatorAs notes
Index

About the Author

Alain Badiou is a writer, philosopher and an EmeritusProfessor at the Ecole Normale Superieure, Paris Nicolas Truong is a writer and journalist and a regularcontributor to Le Monde Author1 Alain Badiou is a writer, philosopher and an Emeritus Professorat the Ecole Normale Superieure, Paris Author 2 Nicolas Truong is a writer and journalist and a regularcontributor to Le Monde

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"A figure like Plato or Hegel walks here among us!"
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"Scarcely any other moral philosopher of our day is as politically clear-sighted and courageously polemical, so prepared to put notions of truth and universality back on the agenda."
Terry Eagleton

"One of the most important philosophers writing today."
Joan Copjec

"An heir to Jean-Paul Sartre and Louis Althusser."
New Statesman

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