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Posts tagged ‘ethics’

The philosopher’s fear of alterity

Levinas, Europe and humanities ‘without Sacred History’
by / RP 140 (Nov/Dec 2006) / Article


Nihilism and faith

Rose, Bernstein and the future of Critical Theory
by / RP 134 (Nov/Dec 2005) / Article


Philosophizing post-punk

by / RP 132 (Jul/Aug 2005) / Commentary


Jacques Derrida, 1930–2004

by , , , , and / RP 129 (Jan/Feb 2005) / Obituary

In an interview with Le Monde published a couple of months before his death at the age of 74 from pancreatic cancer on Friday 9 October 2004, Jacques Derrida confirmed what many already knew, that he was ʻdangerously illʼ, ʻat war against myselfʼ. If questions of ʻsurvivalʼ had always ʻhauntedʼ him, this, he said, took on new meaning in the light of both his pressing health problems and peopleʼs tendency […]


Karatani’s Marxian parallax

by / RP 127 (Sep/Oct 2004) / Article


The ethics of conviction

Marxism, ontology and religion
by / RP 121 (Sep/Oct 2003) / Article


Uncategorical imperatives

Adorno, Badiou and the ethical turn
by / RP 111 (Jan/Feb 2002) / Article


Levinas’s political judgement

The Esprit articles 1934–1983
by / RP 104 (Nov/Dec 2000) / Article


Ethics without others

A reply to Critchley on Badiou’s Ethics
by / RP 102 (Jul/Aug 2000) / Article


Demanding approval

On the ethics of Alain Badiou
by / RP 100 (Mar/Apr 2000) / Article


Flirting with fascism – the Sloterdijk debate

by / RP 099 (Jan/Feb 2000) / News


‘Radical evil’ revived

Hitler, Kant, Luther, neo-Lacanianism
by / RP 098 (Nov/Dec 1999) / Article


Recognition and resistance

Axel Honneth’s critical social theory
by / RP 094 (Mar/Apr 1999) / Article


Brain waves, transcendental fields and techniques of thought

by / RP 094 (Mar/Apr 1999) / Article


Agnes Heller

Post-Marxism and the ethics of modernity
by and / RP 094 (Mar/Apr 1999) / Interview


Critical reproblemization

Foucault and the task of modern philosophy
by / RP 091 (Sep/Oct 1998) / Article

It was a matter of analyzing … the problemizations through which being offers itself to be, necessarily thought – and the practices on the basis of which these problemizations are formed. Michel Foucault, The Use of Pleasure 1 Michel Foucault is well known for having periodically redescribed his previous studies in light of his current project.2 A case in point is the two introductions to The Order of Things. The […]


Hegel and contemporary ethics

by / RP 087 (Jan/Feb 1998) / Conference Report


The rhythm of alterity

Levinas and aesthetics
by / RP 082 (Mar/Apr 1997) / Article


Irigaray anxiety

Luce Irigaray and her ethics for improper selves
by / RP 080 (Nov/Dec 1996) / Article


Drucilla Cornell

Feminism, deconstruction and the law
by and / RP 073 (Sep/Oct 1995) / Interview