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Anita Chari, A Political Economy of the Senses: Neoliberalism, Reification, Critique, Columbia University Press, New York, 2015. 284 pp., £67.00 hb., £22.00 pb., 978 0 23117 388 9 hb., 978 0 23117 389 6 pb.
According to Anita Chari’s compelling and impressive new book, neoliberalism requires a ‘reconstruction’ of Georg Lukács’s concept of reification: …
Jacques Lacan, Transference: The Seminar of Jacques Lacan, Book VIII, trans. Bruce Fink, Polity Press, Cambridge, 2015. 368 pp., £30.00 hb., 978 0 74566 039 4.
Bruce Fink, Lacan on Love: An Exploration of Lacan’s Seminar VIII, Transference, Polity Press, Cambridge, 2015. 288 pp., £55.00 hb., £17.99 pb., 978 1 50950 049 9 hb., …
Anti-Genderismus and right‑wing hegemony
Eva von Redecker
The impossibility of precarity
Francesco Di Bernardo
DOSSIER ROMANTIC TRANSDISCIPLINARITY 2
The obscure object of transdisciplinarity: Adorno on the essay form
The dream is a fragment: Freud, transdisciplinarity and early German Romanticism
Kunstchaos: Incompletion, reversibility and fragmentary montage
Lewis R. Gordon, What Fanon …
As an independently-published journal which has for many years had to outsource the management of its subscription system, we’re excited to be bringing all of that in house at the moment – our databases, subscriber support and payment processes. Not only should this give us more control and flexibility over the publishing process, …
Radical Philosophy and independent progressive publisher Pluto Press are happy to offer a promotional discount to all our Full subscribers for The Great University Gamble by Andrew McGettigan.
Andrew has been a regular contributor to Radical Philosophy, writing in recent issues on the changes to Higher Education in England and Wales. To celebrate the launch …
Radical Philosophy and independent progressive publisher Pluto Press are happy to offer a promotional discount to all our Full subscribers for The Great University Gamble by Andrew McGettigan. Andrew has been a regular contributor to Radical Philosophy, writing in recent issues on the changes to Higher Education in England and …
Extra content from Radical Philosophy 179
As of issue 178, digital-only content will be included in the iPad/iPhone/iPod Touch edition of Radical Philosophy, available from the App Store. The first piece, ‘Drive’ by Sigríður Torfadóttir Tulinius and Daniel Nemenyi, can be watched here.
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by Daniel Nemenyi and Sigríður Torfadóttir Tulinius / 2013 / Web Content
For instructions on viewing the following video within the Radical Philosophy iPad/iPhone/iPod Touch app, see here.
Radical Philosophy: 40 years, 176 issues, 1140 contributors. The editorial collective and contributors past and present celebrate 40 years of Radical Philosophy and the launch of the new ipad edition at London’s October Gallery, 24 November 2012.
Photography: Sigríður Torfadóttir Tulinius
This dossier is the result of discussion following Patrice Maniglier’s contribution to ‘The Concept of Problem’, the second day of the first Workshop in the AHRC-funded research project, ‘Transdisciplinarity and the Humanities: Problems, Methods, Histories, Concepts’, organized by the Centre for Research in Modern European Philosophy, at Dorich House, …
Date: 17th and 18th May 2012, 10:00 to 18:00 Location: 17th May: Bolivar Hall, 54 Grafton Way, London WC1. 18th May: Large Common Room, Goodenough College, Mecklenburgh Square, London WC1N.
Transdisciplinary Problematics: Anti-Humanism and Gender Studies
This two-day workshop will examine the notion of a transdisciplinary problematic, via the cases …
We live in a time when tents have become the singular weapon of the people which power cannot tolerate, and against which it does not know how to defend itself. The bureaucrats are in shambles; the ‘city’ and its ‘police’ are at each other’s throats; middling reformists have no idea where …
Radical Philosophy condemns the police brutality on the UC Davis campus on November 18th 2011 and the UC administration’s continuing use of violence to suppress faculty and student protest against the privatization of the UC system.
We support the students and faculty members in their continuing protests, the open letter by Nathan Brown (Assistant …
Since its first issue in January 1972, Radical Philosophy has been edited and published without outside support by an Editorial Collective. In 2012 we will be celebrating 40 years of collective self-publishing, and there has never been a better time to support the journal by taking out an annual subscription.
This dossier is featured in the current issue of Radical Philosophy (170, Nov/Dec 2011), which is available in bookshops now or can be ordered as a back issue from Alliance Media.
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The first English translation of Jacques Rancière’s 1969 essay ‘On the Theory of Ideology’ (drafted for an anthology on Althusser published in Argentina) was published in Radical Philosophy 7 (Spring 1974). This translation was based on the French version that first appeared in 1973, and included Rancière’s Afterword and the self-critical footnotes, indicating his reservations …
Radical Philosophy will have a stall this Saturday selling the latest issue and discounted back issues of the journal in the Artists’ Books and Zine Fair at Spike Island, Bristol:
“Again, A Time Machine is a fluid tour of new commissions and archival presentations drawn from the 27 year history of Book Works, a London based contemporary …
‘Bilingual Thoughts on Knowledge and Action’ Silvia Rivera Cusicanqui (Workshop on Andean Oral History, Bolivia)
The talk will concentrate on aymara concepts such as taypi, ch’ixi, pachakuti, tari and others, reflecting on the aymara modes of knowledge of the pacha (space/time) and on the collective and individual relations with the cosmos through …