Camus on Nihilism

Albert Camus talks about his stage adaptation of Dostoyevsky’s “The Possessed”, (also known as “The Devils” and “Demons”), in 1959, a year before his death in an automobile accident. Interviewer: Pierre Dumayet. Translation: hvolsvellir.

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n+1: On Cavell

Stanley Cavell, born in 1926 and now 86 years old, is one of the greatest American philosophers of the past half-century. He was also something of a musical prodigy and like many prodigies his accomplishments struck him as a matter of fraud.

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Urbanomic: From Decision to He...

The question ‘what is non-philosophy?’ must be replaced by the question about what it can and cannot do. To ask what...

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Book Review: Kant’s Poli...

Kant’s legal-political philosophy has a peculiar interpretive history even by Kantian standards. Not only did it take...

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TOC: Political Theory: Februar...

Special Section: Politics in Film John Seery, Stumbling toward a Democratic Theory of Incest Stephen L. Esquith, Reframing the...

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Critchley Summer Seminar: Levi...

A seminar with Simon Critchley | July 20-27, 2013 Levinas’s work has become a topic of intense intellectual fascination and...

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TOC: Rethinking Marxism, Vol. ...

Symposium: Postmodern Moments in Modern Economics
Postmodern Moments in Modern Economics, by David F. Ruccio and Jack Amariglio

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TOC: Études Ricoeuriennes / Ri...

  A special issue addressing the implications of Paul Ricoeur’s thought for social theory. Études Ricoeuriennes / Ricoeur...

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Book Review: The Philosopher&#...

A review of The Philosopher’s Touch: Sartre, Nietzsche and Barthes at the Piano Three philosophers at the piano, each possessed...

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