Category Archives: Slavoj Zizek

Critical Theory’s 10 books that came out in October

Some good ones here – Sloterdijk, Rancière, Naas, Vogl and more… About these ads

About these ads
Posted in Books, Jacques Derrida, Jacques Rancière, Peter Sloterdijk, Slavoj Zizek | 3 Comments

critical-theory.com – eight books that came out in August

Some interesting looking books here

Posted in Books, Slavoj Zizek | 1 Comment

Bambach reviews Heidegger’s 1933-34 seminars, Nature, History, State

Charles Bambach reviews Heidegger’s 1933-34 seminars, Nature, History, State – translated and edited by Gregory Fried and Richard Polt – at NDPR. The volume in question comprises student protocols of the seminars, plus interpretative essays by Robert Bernasconi, Peter Eli Gordon, … Continue reading

Posted in Martin Heidegger, Slavoj Zizek | Leave a comment

Books received – Verso (3 of 3)

Some of these I’ve read already due to Verso’s excellent e-book bundling. I wish more publishers would do this.  

Posted in Books, Etienne Balibar, Frantz Fanon, Jacques Rancière, Slavoj Zizek | 4 Comments

The Actuality of the Theologico-Political – Conference in London May 23-24

The Actuality of the Theologico-Political – Conference in London May 23-24, 2014 Today’s (post) political thought has been turned into an ethics and a legal philosophy. The business of politics is supposed to promote moral values and ethical policies which … Continue reading

Posted in Enrique Dussel, Slavoj Zizek | Leave a comment

Verso’s Reading List on Christianity

As a riposte to David Cameron’s comments about Christianity (or just to sell some books), Verso have put together a list of their studies of Christianity. Régis Debray, Slavoj Žižek, Simon Critchley, Ernst Bloch, Terry Eagleton, Wu Ming…

Posted in Books, Politics, Simon Critchley, Slavoj Zizek, Wu Ming | Leave a comment

7 Critical Theory Books That Came Out in March

Critical-theory.com has another list of recently published books – Roudinesco on Lacan, Despret & Stengers, Negra & Tasker, Critchley, Shults, Zizek and Grant.

Posted in Books, Simon Critchley, Slavoj Zizek | Leave a comment