This book explores the question of whether the ideal right to science and culture exists. It proposes that the human right to science and culture is of a utopian character and argues for the necessity of the existence of such a right by developing a philosophical project situated in postmodernity, based on the assumption of 'thinking in terms of excendence'. The book offers a new way of thinking about access to knowledge in the postanalogue, postmodern society, and is inspired by twentieth-century critical theorists such as Levinas, Gadamer, Bauman and Habermas.
Number Of Pages: 226
Published: 28th April 2014