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I've made some sweeping revisions to this piece - it was full of unsupported (and in some cases unsupportable!) assertions, with very few citations to back it up. I've limited my changes to deleting sections that are both dubious and uncited, and adding citations to claims that can be backed up. I also moved a paragraph on critique vs criticism from the introduction to its own section, since it did not make sense in the header to the article. (Actually, I'm not even sure this is needed, but it is correctly cited to Vattimo so I have left it in). I removed the citation warning, on the basis of these changes. However, I believe this page still needs work - it ought to include discussion of Marxist critique, Feminist critique, and perhaps also Feminist-Marxist critique for completeness. I've been able to tidy it up a bit, but I'm not in a position to flesh it out any further than this. ChrisBateman (talk) 08:38, 23 September 2014 (UTC)

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