Category Archives: David Farrell Krell

Books received 4 – various: Meillassoux, Trawny, Eco, Butler, Krell, Naas, Funambulist papers, journals

And everything else that was in the pile of post as I returned from the US. Umberto Eco’s How to Write a Thesis; Quentin Meillassoux’s Science Fiction and Extro-Science Fiction; Peter Trawny’s Freedom to Fail: Heidegger’s Anarchy; The Funambulist Papers Volume 2 (in which … Continue reading

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Books received – Peck and Theodore, Mauriac, Krell, Drischler

Books received – Jamie Peck and Nik Theodore’s Fast Policy in recompense for review work; another volume of Claude Mauriac’s memoirs for the Foucault project; David Farrell Krell’s Phantoms of the Other to review; and two papers on Leibniz sent by … Continue reading

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David Farrell Krell, Phantoms of the Other: Four Generations of Derrida’s Geschlecht – published and review forthcoming

David Farrell Krell, Phantoms of the Other: Four Generations of Derrida’s Geschlecht has recently been published. Features a reconstruction of an unfinished text by Jacques Derrida from his most penetrating series of readings of Heidegger’s philosophy. During the 1980s Jacques Derrida … Continue reading

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David Farrell Krell on reading, translating and citing

A note in one of David Farrell Krell’s books: I will cite Derrida’s texts throughout the book by a code letter (here, G), with the page numbers of the French and English editions. I have not used the available translations … Continue reading

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Books received (3 of 4)

Quentin Meillassoux, Métaphysique et fiction des mondes hors-science Michel Foucault, L’origine de l’herméneutique de soi (French critical edition of 1980 lectures long available in English) Grégoire Chamayou, Les Corps vils. Expérimenter sur les êtres humains aux XVIIIe siècle et XIXe siècle – a reissue of his first … Continue reading

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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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Books received

An early book by Jane Bennett, Giddens’s The Politics of Climate Change, Kelly Oliver’s Technologies of Life and Death, and the new issues of Area, RIPE, British Academy Review and Law & Literature. The last has my piece on King … Continue reading

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Reading David Farrell Krell on Derrida and our Animal Others

David Farrell Krell has long been one of my favourite commentators on Heidegger and Nietzsche. He is the principal translator of Heidegger’s multi-volume book on Nietzsche, as well as Basic Writings and some other texts, wrote the great book Daimon … Continue reading

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Books received

Two reissues of Foucault books, Joshua Barkan’s Corporate Sovereignty, David Farrell Krell’s Derrida and our Animal Others, Sloterdijk’s In the World Interior of Capital, and Karen Barad’s Meeting the Universe Halfway.

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Originally posted on Stockerblog:
I’ve been busy (too much so for blogging, sadly) with work on a volume on Nietzsche and political thought, which I am co-editing. More details when the publication tome comes closer. One thing I’ve noticed is…

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