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Structure: method or subversion of the social sciences?

From structure to rhizome: transdisciplinarity in French thought (1)
by / RP 165 (Jan/Feb 2011) / Article, Dossier, From structure to rhizome: transdisciplinarity in French thought

It seems there’s no longer any real doubt as to the answer to this question, and that it is doubly negative. ‘Structuralism’, or what was designated as such mainly in France in the 1960s and 1970s (setting aside the question of other uses), is no longer regarded as a truly fertile method in the domains …

Hey! Can’t you smile!

Women and status in philosophy
by / RP 160 (Mar/Apr 2010) / Commentary

Babette Babich proposes that respect for woman philosophers should – like for their male counterparts – extend to a toleration and admiration for them as social misfits.

Women’s Philosophy Review, 1997–2005

by / RP 135 (Jan/Feb 2006) / News

The concept of metropolis

Philosophy and urban form
by / RP 133 (Sep/Oct 2005) / Article

In what sense would a certain concept of the urban meet, as Henri Lefebvre asserted some thirty-five years ago, a ʻtheoretical needʼ? What forms of cross-cultural and cross-disciplinary ʻgeneralityʼ would be at stake here? And if this is indeed, as Lefebvre always insisted, a question of a necessary ʻelaboration, a search, a conceptual formulationʼ, what …

On Bergson’s metaphysics of time

by / RP 131 (May/Jun 2005) / Article

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 …

7th International Conference on Philosophy, Psychiatry and Psychology, University of Heidelberg, 23–26 September 2004

by / RP 129 (Jan/Feb 2005) / Conference Report

Richard Wollheim, 1923–2003

by / RP 124 (Mar/Apr 2004) / Obituary

Radicalism and philosophy

by / RP 103 (Sep/Oct 2000) / Article

The Society for European Philosophy

by / RP 086 (Nov/Dec 1997) / News

Dictating research: Feminist philosophy and the RAE; The case of economics

by , and / RP 085 (Sep/Oct 1997) / News

56 Reviews

by , , , , , , , , and / RP 056 (Autumn 1990) / Reviews

Geoffrey Scarre, ed., Children, Parents and Politics Carolyn Steedman, Childhood, Culture and Class in Britain: Margaret McMillan, 1860-1931 David Archard

Alison Assiter, Pornography, Feminism and the lndividual Jean Grimshaw

Otto Pöggeler, Martin Heidegger’s Path of Thinking Jonathan Rée

David Gooding, Trevor Pinch, Simon Schaffer, eds., The Uses of Experiment Jonathan Powers

Morwenna Griffiths and Margaret …

A’ Level Philosophy; The Church Is In Danger

by , , , , , , and / RP 054 (Spring 1990) / Extras

Women, Humanity and Nature

by / RP 048 (Spring 1988) / Article

46 Reviews

by , , , , , , , , , and / RP 046 (Summer 1987) / Reviews

A.N. Whitehead, Science and the Modern World Jonathan Powers

Emst Bloch, Natural Law and Human Dignity Peter Osborne

C.J. Arthur, Dialectics of Labour: Marx and his relation to Hegel R. A. Stern

Jon Elster, An Introduction to Karl Marx Sean Sayers

Istvan Mészaros, Philosophy, Ideology and Social Sciences: Essays in Negation and Affirmation Andy Dobson

The Question ‘Why Do I Do Philosophy?’

by / RP 045 (Spring 1987) / Article

Proletarian Philosophy

A Version of Pastoral?
by / RP 044 (Autumn 1986) / Article

Strange Days for Philosophers

by / RP 044 (Autumn 1986) / Commentary

More on Market Socialism; A Level Philosophy: A Reply to Roche

by and / RP 041 (Autumn 1985) / Commentary

Masculinity in Philosophy

by / RP 034 (Summer 1983) / Article