"Splendidly brought together and presented . . . . a fascinating group of historical documents. . . . Revealing." — Boston Book Review
". . . tackles topics and problems which are not at all over and done with in the human sciences, namely the relation between philosphy (theory) and (the human) science(s), a theory of historical, non-linear temporality and a theory of the 'decentred' subject. . . the theses and thoughts unfolded. . . testify to an exceedingly fertile appropriation of Freud, the long-term effect of which has yet to be assessed." — European Journal of Social Theory
About the Author:
Louis Althusser (1918-1990) was the author of For Marx, Reading Capital (with Etienne Balibar), Essays in Self Criticism, and other works.