Where Have All The Intellectuals Gone?
A timely new book exploring the consequences of the financial crash
SECOND EDITION. The Associate Editor of the Financial Times presents a passionate and persuasive defence of economic integration
Frank Furedi explains the essential contribution of intellectuals both to culture and to democracy.
In this urgent and passionate book, Frank Furedi explains the essential contribution of intellectuals both to culture and to democracy, and why we need to recreate a public sphere in which intellectuals and the general public can talk to each other again.
‘The strength of this book lies in Furedi’s ability to make new connections and to use on social phenomenon to cast light on another.’
‘This vitally important book…packs a remarkable amount (politics, science, culture, education, post-modernism) into its 150-odd pages and, true to its enlightenment loyalties, couches an explosive argument in admirably temperate terms.’ Terry Eagleton