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Gillian Rose (20 September 1947-9 December 1995) was a British scholar working in the fields of philosophy and sociology. Her work included criticisms of neo-Kantianism and post-modernism.

She was Reader at the School of European Studies (the University of Sussex) and then Professor of Social and Political Thought at the University of Warwick from 1989 to her death in 1995.

Works

  • The Melancholy Science, An Introduction to the Thought of Theodor W. Adorno (1978)
  • Hegel Contra Sociology (1981)
  • Dialectic Of Nihilism: Post-Structuralism and Law (1984)
  • "Architecture to Philosophy - The Postmodern Complicity", an article in Theory, Culture & Society, Volume 5(2-3), June 1988 special edition on "Postmodernism".
  • The Broken Middle: Out of Our Ancient Society (1992)
  • Judaism and Modernity (1993)
  • Love's Work: A Reckoning With Life (1995)
  • Mourning Becomes the Law: Philosophy and Representation (1996)
  • "Beginnings of the Day: Fascism and Representation", paper in Modernism, Culture and 'the Jew' (1998) [the book is dedicated to Rose]
  • Paradiso (1999)




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