Category Archives: Alberto Toscano

Viewpoint Magazine on The State – includes Toscano, Cowan, Bensaïd and more

Viewpoint Magazine issue 4 is out, including pieces by Alberto Toscano on Lefebvre and logistics, Deborah Cowen, Jodi Dean, Nina Power, San­dro Mez­zadra and Brett Neilson, and Daniel Bensaïd. All available open access. About these ads

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Radical Philosophy 185 out now

Radical Philosophy No 185 is out now. It has obituaries of Stuart Hall, Alberto Toscano’s discussion of Etienne Balibar, Mark Neocleous on monsters and police, a non-nationalist argument for an independent Scotland, and some pieces on Auguste Blanqui by Jacques Rancière, Daniel Bensaïd … Continue reading

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Albert Toscano on Fanaticism

Alberto Toscano has a new piece at the Verso blog, which is the preface to the forthcoming Korean edition of his book Fanaticism: On the Uses of an Idea.

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Foucault and the critique of our present – seminars

The first of a series of speakers under the overall theme of “Foucault and the critique of our present: Reworking the Foucauldian tool-box”, organised with the support of the Department of Politics, Goldsmiths, University of London. More details here. Alberto Toscano, “Sub-power … Continue reading

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Taipei Biennial 2012 texts

If the font doesn’t give you a headache, there are a range of interesting texts to download here. Anselm Franke, Henri Lefebvre, Alberto Toscano et. al.

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Interview with Alberto Toscano

Interesting interview with Alberto Toscano, which discusses his forthcoming co-authored book Cartographies of the Absolute, his previous work, and the state of universities today.

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Toscano and Kotsko on Agamben’s The Kingdom and the Glory

In a 2011 paper for Angelaki Alberto Toscano offers some critical remarks on Agamben’s The Kingdom and the Glory; Adam Kotsko responds. The latter is part of a symposium on the book at the Equinox Political Theology blog.

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