Radical Philosophy 2.02 published – open access

rp_202_front_coverRadical Philosophy 2.02 published – open access

Five theses on sabotage in the shadow of fossil capital
Jeff Diamanti and Mark Simpson

Powerless companions or fellow travellers?
Human rights and the neoliberal assault on postcolonial economic justice

Jessica Whyte

What are popular economies? Some reflections from Argentina
Verónica Gago

Between subject and citizen:
On Etienne Balibar’s foundations for philosophical anthropology

Warren Montag

The methodological is political: What’s the matter with ‘analytic feminism’
Alice Crary

The becoming-black of the world? On Achille Mbembe’s Critique of Black Reason
David Marriott

Beyond failure and success: Revolutions and the politics of endurance
Walid el Houri

Left-wing populism
Interview with Éric Fassin


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