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Book chapter

La notion de race et la logique de la démocratie

P. 11-17.
Zenkin S.

The concept of race was developed in the European culture of the 19th century for the classification of society in its new, situation without social states. It proved incapable of presenting a picture of society other than in the form of ambiguous narrative constructs. Examples are the racial theories of the Count de Gobineau and Alfred Rosenberg, as well as the literary work of Theophile Gautier, the Goncourt brothers and other writers.

In book

La notion de race et la logique de la démocratie
Lyon: Presses universitaires de Lyon, 2018.