Books received – Port-Royal, Gregory, Roussel, Dumézil, Said, Love

Jeff Love’s biography of Alexandre Kojève, Edward Said’s Beginnings – both in recompense for review work, and some second-hand books for various things, mainly in relation to the Foucault work. Foucault introduced the Port-Royal Grammaire, and the issue of Langages has an earlier version of his text. The ex-library book is Derek Gregory, Regional Transformation and Industrial Revolution: A Geography of the Yorkshire Woollen Industry it was mentioned on Twitter recently, and I realised it was the only book of his that I didn’t have a copy of.

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1 Response to Books received – Port-Royal, Gregory, Roussel, Dumézil, Said, Love

  1. dmf says:

    Martin Jay in conversation with Paul Breines

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