Michel De Certeau Considers The Uses To Which Social Representation And Modes Of Social Behavior Are Put By Individuals And Groups, Describing The Tactics Available To The Common Man For Reclaiming His Own Autonomy From The All Pervasive Forces Of Commerce, Politics, And Culture In Exploring The Public Meaning Of Ingeniously Defended Private Meanings, De Certeau Draws Brilliantly On An Immense Theoretical Literature In Analytic Philosophy, Linguistics, Sociology, Semiology, And Anthropology To Speak Of An Apposite Use Of Imaginative Literature.
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- 253 pages
- The Practice of Everyday Life
- Michel de Certeau
- 09 January 2017 Michel de Certeau