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Andrew Benjamin

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Andrew Benjamin (born 1952, Australia) is an Australian philosopher. He holds a post as distinguished professor at the University of Technology, Sydney. Benjamin first came to critical attention with his writings in continental philosophy, writing articles and editing books on the thinking of Martin Heidegger, Theodor Adorno, Walter Benjamin, Julia Kristeva and Jean-François Lyotard. Benjamin has become involved in the field of architecture, to the extent that he has also taught in various schools of architecture in UK, US and Australia. Education MA, BA (The Australian National University) Diplome d'Etude Avancee (University of Paris 7, France) PhD (University of Warwick, UK) Career Benjamin's career began as a lecturer in philosophy at the University of Warwick, UK, where he was later professor of philosophy and director of the Centre for Research in Philosophy and Literature at the same university. He has also been visiting professor of architectural theory at C
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