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Authors > Han, Byung-Chui
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Psychopolitics: Neoliberalism and New Technologies of Power
Han, Byung-Chul
Verso Books | Softcover | 2017 | 1784785776
Social & Political Issues | Psychoanalysis and Politics
price: $22.99 (not in stock - price may be subject to change)
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Saving Beauty
Han, Byung-Chul
Polity Press | Softcover | 2017 | 1509515100
Philosophy | Sociology
price: $15.95 (not in stock - price may be subject to change)
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The Scent of Time: A Philosophical Essay on the Art of Lingering
Han, Byung-Chul
Polity Press | Softcover | 2017 | 1509516050
Philosophy
price: $15.95 (not in stock - price may be subject to change)
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