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Introduction

  • Ignas Kalpokas
Chapter

Abstract

This section of the book postulates a clear break with cultural tradition, caused by post-truth‚ and locates some of the book’s key arguments in the context of already existing literature. Attention then shifts towards a consideration of what it means to provide a political theory before outlining the structure of the book.

Keywords

Enlightenment Truth Political theory Enjoyment Freeden 

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Authors and Affiliations

  1. 1.Department of Social SciencesLCC International UniversityKlaipedaLithuania

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