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Ranciere, J., Disagreement. Politics and philosophy. Translated by Fulka, J. Praha: Svoboda Servis. 2011.

Ranciére returns to the roots of political philosophy in this book (Plato, Aristotle, Hobbes) to demonstrate how the confrontation of politics and philosophy has always been profiled on the background of an ambivalent relationship to what he calls "part of the people who have no part", that is to the part of community which one way or another usurps the voice of this community as a whole (the Athenian demos, the modern proletariat). Based on this analysis, he distinguishes three main types of policy, namely arche-politics, para-politics and meta-politics, and in the conclusion of the book he formulates "outlooks" situating the previous analyses into the current context. The book is undoubtedly one of the most important contributions to the post-Marxist philosophical and political thinking.