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This bibliography of the book Critical Practice from Voltaire to Foucault, Eagleton and Beyond: Contested Perspectives presents a list of references relevant to the discussion on critical practice. Critical practice directs attention to that dual dialectic of living systems, of which a society is the most significant form, exploring what might be otherwise about the historical object of interest and with what potential effects; exposing the forces beneath cultural history as ensconced in and exuded by the collective effort of a people, generating channels and pathways, as constraint and possibility.

Keywords: critical practice; cultural history; François-Marie Arouet Voltaire; historical object; Michel Foucault; Terry Eagleton



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