Category Archives: Immanuel Kant

Books received – several more for the Foucault work, including the new Œuvres

Several books for the Foucault project, most picked up second-hand and relating to the work of the Groupe d’information sur les prisons, but also the new Œuvres and the Vrin edition of the Kant introduction along with Foucault’s translation of the text. On … Continue reading

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Which philosopher would fare best in a present-day university?

Which philosopher would fare best in a present-day university? – a discussion in The Guardian by Lloyd Strickland. If you know Lloyd’s work – which I do – then the answer is not surprising…

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Data visualising Kant’s vocabulary – Valerio Pellegrini

Data visualising Kant’s vocabulary – a design project by Valerio Pellegrini’s in his Master in Communication Design at Politecnico di Milano. Here’s a brief description and one sample image, but there are several different types. The tool stems from a … Continue reading

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Alix Cohen (ed.), Kant’s Lectures on Anthropology – reviewed at NDPR

Alix Cohen (ed.), Kant’s Lectures on Anthropology: A Critical Guide is reviewed at NDPR. Here’s the publisher description. Kant’s lectures on anthropology, which formed the basis of his Anthropology from a Pragmatic Point of View (1798), contain many observations on human … Continue reading

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Foucault on Kant’s ‘What is Enlightenment?’ – a mini bibliography

Foucault discussed Kant’s essay ‘What is Enlightenment?’ in various places. DE = Dits et écrits; EW = Essential Works; PT = The Politics of Truth lecture of 27 May 1978, published as “Qu’est-ce que la critique? (Critique et Aufklärung)”, Bulletin … Continue reading

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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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Kant and the Concept of Race reviewed at NDPR

Jon M. Mikkelsen (ed., tr.), Kant and the Concept of Race: Late Eighteenth-Century Writings, SUNY Press, 2013 – reviewed by John Zammito at NDPR.

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The twenty-five most important academic books to me from 2013

Not ordered, not comprehensive, and I’m sure I’ve forgotten some – and of course there are those I’ve not yet read or am unaware of… These are all academic books published in 2013, not drawn from all the books I … Continue reading

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Concept of World from Kant to Derrida – open access preview

Thanks to dmfant for the alert to this open access preview of Sean Gaston’s very useful book The Concept of World from Kant to Derrida.

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The Daily Habits of Highly Productive Philosophers: Nietzsche, Marx & Kant

At Open Culture – drawing together descriptions of the work habits of Nietzsche, Marx and Kant.

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