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Reader’s Diary: Henri Lefebvre’s ‘Critique of Everyday Life’ (Conclusion)

Encore un effort on Lefebvre. My first go was nothing but objections. Round two started out with admiration but I soon found myself airing further criticism — almost against my will...
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