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Archipelago of Contemporary Philosophy

Author(s): Tonči Valentić
Subject(s): Philosophy, Ethics / Practical Philosophy, Structuralism and Post-Structuralism, Cultural Anthropology / Ethnology, Sociology of Culture, Hermeneutics, Philosophy of History
Published by: Durieux
Keywords: contemporary philosophy;critical reviews; modern humanities;
Summary/Abstract: The Archipelago of Contemporary Philosophy consists of collected critical reviews and essays on 52 works by Croatian and European authors that have marked past two decades in philosophy. The book accurately and systematically monitors and critically registers the multiplicity and ramifications of various philosophical directions and intentions of the modern humanities. Tonči Valentić is Assistant Professor at the Faculty of Textile Technology, Department of Fashion Design, University of Zagreb, where he teaches courses in Media Theory, Sociology of Culture, Semiotics of Fashion, and Cultural Anthropology. He obtained MA degree in philosophy and literature from Faculty of Humanities in Zagreb, MA degree in sociology and anthropology from CEU in Budapest and PhD in sociology from University of Ljubljana. His books include: Multiple Modernities (2006), Camera Absondita: Essays on Ontology of Photography (2013), Archipelago of Contemporary Philosophy (2018) and Media Construction of Balkanism (2021).

  • Print-ISBN-13: 978-953-188-444-0
  • Page Count: 267
  • Publication Year: 2018
  • Language: Croatian