Category Archives: Eduardo Mendieta

Top ten posts on Progressive Geographies this week

Special Issue on Ranciere What is neoliberalism? Foucault’s Last Decade – Update 12 Bruno Latour – Some advantages of the notion of “Critical Zone” for Geopolitics Guattari, Felix 2012 Schizoanalytic Cartographies, reviewed by Thomas Jellis Foucault’s Last Decade Peter Sloterdijk, … Continue reading

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Peter Sloterdijk, You Must Change Your Life reviewed by Eduardo Mendieta

Peter Sloterdijk, You Must Change Your Life reviewed by Eduardo Mendieta at NDPR.

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Talking about Publishing, Urban Territory, and lots else

I was involved in three events this week. The first was the most wide-ranging – a filmed conversation with Babette Babich at Fordham University, that ranged from contemporary territorial issues to Kant, Leibniz, Nietzsche, Heidegger, Foucault and Lefebvre; Greek geography to … Continue reading

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Where to start with reading Peter Sloterdijk?

Where should you start with reading Peter Sloterdijk? I have previously done this with Henri Lefebvre, and Chathan Vemuri asked me the same question for Sloterdijk. This is my attempt at answering this, largely in relation to works already in translation – … Continue reading

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Kant in Atlanta

Between Christmas and New Year I attended a couple of days of the American Philosophical Association Eastern Division meeting in Atlanta. The main reason was for an invited session on the Reading Kant’s Geography book I co-edited with Eduardo Mendieta … Continue reading

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Emilia Angelova reviews Reading Kant’s Geography

Emilia Angelova, “Kant’s Physical Geography“, Comparative and Continental Philosophy, Vol 4, No 1, 2012 (requires subscription) This review of an edited collection, Reading Kant’s Geography, discusses a series of critical essays on Kant’s physical geography, a topic to which he devoted … Continue reading

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Next things to do

The manuscript for The Birth of Territory, the image files and all the permissions paperwork went to University of Chicago Press yesterday. Of course, there are still copy-editing queries, proofs, index, cover discussions, marketing questionnaires and so on to come, but … Continue reading

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Mayhew on Historical Geography and Intellectual History

Robert Mayhew’s review essay of some books on these topics has just appeared in Journal of Historical Geography (requires subscription). Among the books discussed is Reading Kant’s Geography. Here are a couple of excerpts discussing that book: For the present reviewer, per … Continue reading

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Kant’s Geography in Atlanta

I’ll be speaking about Kant’s Geography in Atlanta in December at the American Philosophical Association, Eastern Division. It’s a session on the Reading Kant’s Geography book with Robert Bernasconi and Robert Louden also speaking. Eduardo Mendieta will also be there, … Continue reading

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Gunnar Olsson on Reading Kant’s Geography

A detailed and very generous review (which becomes much more) of Reading Kant’s Geography by Gunnar Olsson in Geografiska Annaler B: Human Geography (requires subscription): So hot are the connections between the geography/anthropology courses and Kant’s overall philosophy that the … Continue reading

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