Contents Issue 2.02

Five theses on sabotage in the shadow of fossil capital Jeff Diamanti and Mark Simpson Powerless companions or fellow travellers? Human rights and the neoliberal assault on postcolonial economic justice Jessica Whyte What are popular economies? Some reflections from Argentina Verónica Gago Between subject and citizen: On Etienne Balibar’s foundations for philosophical anthropology Warren Montag […]

Editorial

Critical projects that seek to sustain themselves over a long stretch of time have to change if they are to avoid becoming part of an establishment. And if they are prepared to change, they have to change more than once. Radical Philosophy emerged out of the long 1960s, framed politically by the student movement and […]

Announcement

Radical philosophy 200 (November/December 2016) will be the final issue of the current print edition of the journal. Plans are under way to relaunch Radical Philosophy in a new form in 2017. Please keep an eye out for announcements on our website in the new year. All subscribers whose subscriptions end with RP 199 will […]