To understand critical activity, one must reflect on where this activity takes place - on the institutions of criticism that sustain it. Referred to by some as the 'natural habitat' of intellectuals, journals, as the institutionalized sites of theoretical discourse, are often overlooked. Examining the rise of the 'review' form of journal publication, from the early eighteenth to the early twenty-first centuries, this ground-breaking book offers a concentrated critique of the review form of journal publication as a medium for political thought and action, as a decisive site for political judgment by the state's conservers and critics.
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