The Althusserian Moment and the Concept of Historical Time
The period running from the late 1960s through to the 1980s is often seen as one in which theory assumed a particular importance in many areas of the humanities and social sciences. This paper focuses on the Althusserian component of this moment of theory in Britain, but it also reflects on the emergence of the form of historical understanding, and of the understanding of historical time in particular, in which such objects as 'the moment of theory', 'the spirit of the age' or 'England in 1819'...[Show more]
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