A Reply to David Swartz’s Comment on “The Levels of Critique. Pierre Bourdieu and the Political Potential of Social Theory”

Mariano Croce

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A reply to David Swartz’s comment on the author's “The Levels of Critique. Pierre Bourdieu and the Political Potential of Social Theory”.

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DOI: 10.6092/issn.1971-8853/10135

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