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|Long loan||London College of Fashion Main collection||Printed books||303.482 ROS (Browse shelf (Opens below))||Available||93073003|
Enhanced descriptions from Syndetics:
The Follies of Globalisation Theory is an erudite and lively critique arguing that fashionable preoccupations with spatiality have generated deep intellectual confusions that stand in the way of a clear understanding of the modern world. And he shows how these confusions ultimately condemn globalisation theorists to a peculiar and quixotic stance: the more clearly they attempt to articulate their arguments, the more equivocal and evasive those arguments become, yielding at best the intellectual equivalent of an architectural folly.
Includes bibliographical references and index.