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==Book Description==
 
==Book Description==
From Cantor to category/topos theory, from Lacan to Lautman and from Sartre to the subject, these 13 essays engage directly with the work of Alain Badiou. They focus on the philosophical content of Badiou’s work and show how he connects both with his contemporaries and his philosophical heritage. This is an important collection for anyone interested in the work of Badiou and contemporary Continental philosophy.
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From Cantor to [[category]]/topos [[theory]], from [[Lacan]] to Lautman and from [[Sartre]] to the [[subject]], these 13 essays engage directly with the [[work]] of [[Alain]] [[Badiou]]. They focus on the [[philosophical]] [[content]] of Badiou’s work and show how he connects both with his contemporaries and his philosophical heritage. This is an important collection for anyone interested in the work of Badiou and contemporary Continental [[philosophy]].

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Books by Alain Badiou

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Book Description

From Cantor to category/topos theory, from Lacan to Lautman and from Sartre to the subject, these 13 essays engage directly with the work of Alain Badiou. They focus on the philosophical content of Badiou’s work and show how he connects both with his contemporaries and his philosophical heritage. This is an important collection for anyone interested in the work of Badiou and contemporary Continental philosophy.