Filip Kovacevic has written a compelling critique of liberation theories, starting with Freud and Marx and going up to Alain Badiou. His critique of Mouffe, and Laclau and of Deleuze and Guattari would alone make this book worth reading. But he goes so much further in his thinking than anyone yet. This book is a tour de force and necessary reading for anyone engaged in the contemporary study of politics and critical theory. (Ellie Ragland, professor of English and literary theory, University of Missouri)
About the Author
is professor of political psychology and leadership studies at the University of Montenegro.