Richard Turner was, and arguably remains, the most brilliant, original and
intellectually arresting South African philosopher of the post Second World
War era, if not of all time. The prematurity and nature of his assassination,
conjoined to the difficulty in accessing much of his later work, also renders
him one of the potentially and tragically most ‘forgotten’ figures in South
Africa’s intellectual history.
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