Critique of everyday life

@inproceedings{Lefebvre1991CritiqueOE,
  title={Critique of everyday life},
  author={Henri Lefebvre},
  year={1991}
}
The Critique of Everyday Life is perhaps the richest, most prescient work of one of this century's greatest philosophers. A historian and sociologist, Lefebvre developed his ideas over seven decades through intellectual confrontation with figures as diverse as Bergson, Breton, Sartre, Debord and Althusser. In turn, these ideas had a considerable influence on the most defiantly utopian political movements of recent years. Written at the birth of post-war consumerism, though only now translated… Expand

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