Castoriadis in Context
The introduction presents a brief overview of Castoriadis's philosophy and the social theory of creation. It situates Castoriadis's thought within a cultural hermeneutic of modernity, with especial reference to Enlightenment and Romantic currents of thought and contextualizes his thought within phenomenology and the history of philosophy, more generally.
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