Intellectuals in Politics: From the Dreyfus Affair to the Rushdie Affair

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Intellectuals in Politics

From the Dreyfus Affair to Salman Rushdie

Edited by Jeremy Jennings and Anthony
Kemp-Welch

London and New York

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  • Title Page iii
  • Contents v
  • 1 - The Century of the Intellectual 1
  • Part I - Insiders and Outsiders 23
  • 2 - The Intellectual as Social Critic 25
  • 3 - Between Autonomy and Responsibility 45
  • 4 - Of Treason, Blindness and Silence 65
  • Notes 81
  • Part II - Priestly Interventions 87
  • 5 - Algeria and the Dual Image of the Intellectual 89
  • 6 - Between the Word and the Land 102
  • 7 - A Product of History, Not a Cause? 120
  • Part III - Slavonic Jesters 147
  • 8 - Revolutionaries and Dissidents 149
  • 9 - Politics and the Polish Intellectuals, 1945-89 169
  • Notes 191
  • 10 - Intellectuals and Socialism 195
  • Notes 220
  • Part IV - American Agnostics 223
  • 11 - Freedom, Commitment and Marxism 225
  • 12 - The Tragic Predicament 248
  • 13 - Are Intellectuals a Dying Species? 271
  • 14 - ‘what Truth? for Whom and Where?’ 289
  • Index 300
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