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CONTENTS
EDITORIJL ——————————————————————————————-

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JRTICLES
Hegel and Feminism, Susan Easton —————————————————————–‘Overdetermination’ and ‘Structural Causality’ in Althusser, Sheelagh Strawbridge ————Giddens and Historical Materialism, Paul Bagguley ———————————————–Karl Marx, death and apocalypse, Joanna Hodge ————————————————–Metaphor and Metaphysics: the end of Philosophy and Derrida, Jonathan Ree ——————-

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REVIEWS
Martin Hollis and Steven Lukes (eds): Rationality and Relativism, Peter Dews —————–Gilles Deleuze: Nietzsche and Philosophy, Keith Pearson —————————————-Richard Schacht: Nietzsche, Keith Pearson ——————————————————Roland Gibson: Logic as History of Science and Experience of Art, John Fauvel ————–Isidor Walliman: Estrangement: Marx’s Conception of Human Nature and the Division
of Labour, Gregory Claeys ————————————————————————Elliott A. Krause: Division of Labour: A political perspective, Gregory Claeys —————-Sollace Mitchell and Michael Rosen (eds): The Need for Interpretation: Contemporary
Conceptions of the Philosopher’s Task, Sean Sayers ———————————————Michael J. Sandel: Liberation and the Limits of Justice, Tony Skillen ————————–K. Marx and F. Engels: Letters on Capital, Sean Sayers —————————————–Gary Brent Madison: The Phenomenology of Merleau-Ponty, Paul Crowther ——————–Sabina Lovibond, Realism and Imagination in Ethics, Paul Crowther —————————-H. J. Sherman and J. Wood: Sociology: Traditional and Radical Perspectives, H. Feather H. Skolinowski: Eco-Philosophy: Designing New Tactics for Living, Howard Feather ————

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INDEX OF OUR FIRST TEN YEJRS
In RP31 there appeared a cumulative index of articles, reviews and other pieces published in
Radical Philosophy from issue No.1 to issue No.3D. Further copies are available, free of charge, for
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Introduction, Roy Edgley

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Feminism: history and morality, Jean Grimshaw
Masters, slaves and others, Genevieve Lloyd
Did man make language?, Alison Assiter

Philosophers

Birth of the subject, Colin Gordon
Kant as a problem for Marxism, Martin Barker
Introduction to Derrida, D. C. Wood
Locke, Hegel, Marx, Chris Arthur
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Marxism and Social Science

Truth and practice, Andrew Collier
Who makes history?, John Mepham
Reason as dialectic, Roy Edgley
Realism and social science, Ted Benton
On the theory of ideology, Jacques Ranciere
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Morality and Politics

Mental illness as a moral concept, Sean Sayers
Moral philosophy without morality?, Richard Norman
Liberal democratic ideology under strain, John Krige

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Philosophy and Gender

Confrontations

Discourse fever, Tony Skillen
Marxist modes, Jonathan Ree
The ‘New Philosophers’, Peter Dews
The REAL meaning of conservatism, Andrew Belsey
Edifying Discourses, Joe McCarney
Videotics, Richard Osborne

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