Intellectuals: From Modern Legislators to Post-modern Interpreters.
1. Paul Radin, or an Aetiology of the Intellectuals.
2. Les philosophes: The Archetype and the Utopia.
3. Sociogenesis of the Power Knowledge Syndrome.
4. Gamekeepers turned Gardeners.
5. Educating People.
6. Discovery of Culture.
7. Ideology, or Building the World of Ideas.
8. The Fall of the Legislator.
9. The Rise of the Interpreter.
10. Two Nations, Mark Two: The Seduced.
11. Two Nations, Mark Two: The Repressed.
12. Conclusions: one too many.
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* Discusses debates in which there is currently much interest (overlaps with the themes of 'Habermas and Modernity', which has been discussed very widely indeed). * The author is one of the foremost writers in social theory and cultural studies today. * Develops an original argument about the position of intellectuals in the contemporary world.