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Jacques-Alain Miller

Jacques-Alain Miller

On Love https://www.lacan.com/symptom/?page_id=263 Lacan used to say, ‘To love is to give what you haven’t got.’ Which means: to love is to recognize your lack and give it to the… Read more »

Theory and Event: Volume 11, Issue 3, 2008

Theory and Event: Volume 11, Issue 3, 2008

What is a Political Event? — Iain MacKenzie Transgression as a specific form of enjoyment in the criollo world — Gonzalo Portocarrero The Horror of Self-Reflection: The Concealment of Violence… Read more »

Merleau-Ponty, Benhabib and Habermas

Merleau-Ponty, Benhabib and Habermas

Recent articles in Reset: The Primacy of Perception in the era of communication A “post-secular” society – What does that mean?, by Habermas On the Public Spehere, Deliberation, Journalism and… Read more »

Existentialism and Football

Existentialism and Football

Just in case you missed this: [youtube]https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=y1feEqgRZQI[/youtube] (h/t: Joe R)

TOC: Philosophy & Social Criticism October 2008; Vol. 34, No. 8

TOC: Philosophy & Social Criticism October 2008; Vol. 34, No. 8

Elevators, social spaces and racism: A philosophical analysis — George Yancy Deleuzian capitalism — Frédéric Vandenberghe Politics as the quest for unity: Perspectivism, incommensurable values and agonistic politics — Brian… Read more »

Book Review: Derrida and Dante

Book Review: Derrida and Dante

A review of Dante and Derrida: Face to Face (S U N Y Series in Theology and Continental Thought) A challenge all interpreters face is finding a language in which… Read more »

“INAESTHETICS -NR.0 Theses on Contemporary Art”

“INAESTHETICS -NR.0 Theses on Contemporary Art”

We are glad to annouce the nummer 0 of the new magazine “INAESTHETICS” published by Tobias Huber and Marcus Steinweg. The idea of the journal INAESTHETICS lies in insisting in… Read more »

Journal of Postcolonial Writing, Volume 44 Issue 3 2008

Journal of Postcolonial Writing, Volume 44 Issue 3 2008

Issue on New Directions in Postcolonial Studies Link

Hegel, Taylor and Zizek

Hegel, Taylor and Zizek

A review of Charles Taylor’s A Secular Age(link to the review) Hegel’s Phenomenology of Spirit And a Zizek interview, which is quite funny. Just an excerp: If you could go… Read more »

Reading Habermas in Tehran

Literature, law and ethics – The case of Billy Budd

Literature, law and ethics – The case of Billy Budd

A visiting legal ethicist talks to us about why a novella by Herman Melville, involving mutiny and an execution at sea, has become required reading for those interested in the… Read more »

A correspondence between Hannah Arendt and the theologian Hans-Jürgen Benedict (in German) Foucault Live What Schopenhauer taught Beckett

PLI 19

PLI 19

NB: CFP FOR VOLUME 20 IS EXTENDED TO SEP 30 Volume 19: Sense and Nonsense ISBN 1 897646 15 1 This volume is currently available. For ways to buy this… Read more »

Comparative Literature and Culture, Vol 10 (1), 2008

Comparative Literature and Culture, Vol 10 (1), 2008

Joseph S. Pinter On the Convergence of Innis’s International Political Economy and Sebald’s Novels Arina Lungu Marx, Postmodernism, and Spatial Configurations in Jameson and Lefebvre Eric Sipyinyu Njeng Achebe, Conrad,… Read more »

On Nietzsche

On Nietzsche

Special issue of the South African Journal of Philosophy (2007) Todd, Cain (2007) Aesthetic, Ethical, and Cognitive Value. Schoeman, Marinus (2007) Generosity as a central virtue in Nietzsche’s ethics. Olivier,… Read more »

Walter Benjamin’s 1940 Survey of French Literature

Walter Benjamin’s 1940 Survey of French Literature

New Left Review Paris, 23 March 1940 Dear Monsieur Horkheimer, It is over a year since I sent you my last résumé of French literature. Unfortunately it is not in… Read more »

KRITIKE: An Online Journal of Philosophy

KRITIKE: An Online Journal of Philosophy

We are pleased to release the June 2008 Issue of KRITIKE: An Online Journal of Philosophy The journal website: https://www.kritike.org Current issue: https://www.kritike.org/Current_Issue.html Call for papers: https://www.kritike.org/Call_for_Papers.html KRITIKE VOLUME TWO… Read more »

Colloquy Issue 15, June 2008

Colloquy Issue 15, June 2008

Articles “To use a metaphor at a time like this would be obscene”: a study of cancer, poetry and metaphor Cathy Altmann Burning Down the [Big] House: Sati in Sydney… Read more »

On Foucault

On Foucault

Judith Butler,‘What is Critique? An Essay on Foucault’s Virtue’ Robert J.C. Young,‘Foucault on Race and Colonialism’ Scu’s new blog, Critical Animal, entries on Foucault’s ‘Society Must Be Defended’

Edward Said, “The Myth of the Clash of Civilizations”

Edward Said, “The Myth of the Clash of Civilizations”

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