Literary into cultural studies

Literary into cultural studies A reply to Martin Ryle Antony Easthope To parody a well-known saying, I shall say that a little formalism turns one away from History, but that a lot brings one back to it. Roland Barthes In ‘Long Live Literature?’ (RP 67) Martin Ryle explores the implications ofthe outcome ofthe crisis in […]

50 Letters

Dear Radical Philosophy, Since I want to offer a brief, critical comment on the project of RP , I first want to say that anyone who knows anything about producing small unofficial journals will know what desperately hard work it is – financially, administratively, personally. Simply to keep a radical and committed journal such as […]

Lacan: A Reply to Rée

can also draw on a vertical account of the development of structures of interaction. Despite this enrichment, however, critical theory – in so far as it is a theory of contemporary society – retains its essentially historical and practical nature (12). The question whether McCarthy is correct in believing that Habermas’ later writings do represent […]