This uniquely interdisciplinary book brings together several active and influential voices in the fields of philosophy of communication and the social sciences. Contributors focus on the impact and limitations of poststructuralism in contemporary philosophy of communication by examining the implications of poststructural appeals to differences and what the editors call the redundancy thesis, the view that meaningful reality is socially constructed. This exciting work is sure to be of interest to scholars and students of philosophy, communication, sociology, linguistics, and semiotics.
Publisher: Rowman & Littlefield
Number of pages: 160
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