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    Gellner is mostly known for his theory of nationalism, which he saw as antithetical to the principle of the multinational, hierarchical, empire. But like his LSE colleague Elie Kedourie, Gellner was fascinated by empire. In his last, posthumously published work, Language and Solitude, Gellner returned to the region of his childhood, the former Habsburg Empire, to explore its impact on the work of Malinowski and Wittgenstein. This essay will reflect on Gellner’s thoughts about empire, and the way…Read more
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    Justice by Lottery-Gstice
    History of Political Thought 15 (1): 145-147. 1994.
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    News from Nowhere: The Revival of Utopia
    History of Political Thought 14 (1): 133. 1993.