Category Archives: Martin Heidegger

Theodore Kisiel (1930-2021) – Daily Nous notice and obituary

Daily Nous has the news of the death of Theodore Kisiel. The obituary linked is a good summary of his work. I met him a couple of times at conferences – in Denton, North Texas and Meßkirch. He was always … Continue reading

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Books received – Benveniste, Althusser, Eliade, Heidegger, Nail, Derrida, Miller, Dumézil

Mostly bought second-hand, but also Thomas Nail, Theory of the Object and Paul Allen Miller, Foucault’s Seminars on Antiquity, both sent by the publishers, and the most recent of Derrida’s seminars and Heidegger’s notebooks.

Posted in Emile Benveniste, Georges Dumézil, Jacques Derrida, Louis Althusser, Martin Heidegger, Michel Foucault, Mircea Eliade | 1 Comment

My first book, Mapping the Present is 20 years old…

It was twenty years ago today that my first book, Mapping the Present: Heidegger, Foucault and the Project of a Spatial History was published. I received an advance on 4 October 2001. The contract was signed with Athlone, who became … Continue reading

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Books received – Nietzsche, Chow, Heidegger, Stimilli, Anthony, Renfrew, Mallory

The latest volume in the Nietzsche complete works from Stanford, Rey Chow, A Face Drawn in Sand: Humanistic Inquiry and Foucault in the Present from Columbia, three books from SUNY in recompense for review work, and three second-hand books as … Continue reading

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Books received (1) – Badiou, Stimilli, Eliade, Rosenberg & Westfall, Duby, Heidegger, Turner

Some books in recompense for review work for Bloomsbury, James Turner, Philology: The Forgotten Origins of the Modern Humanities and a second-hand copy of Georges Duby, The Three Orders.

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Four more papers from the ‘Foucault before the Collège de France’ special issue of Theory, Culture & Society

Four more papers from the ‘Foucault before the Collège de France’ special issue of Theory, Culture & Society, which I’m co-editing with Orazio Irrera and Daniele Lorenzini, are available online first. These require subscription. Rainer Nicolaysen, Foucault in Hamburg. Notes … Continue reading

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Books received – Kristeva, Lévi-Strauss, Huffer, Palti, Löwith, Barthes, Stanek

Some books in recompense for review work from Columbia University Press, and a copy of Łukasz Stanek, Architecture in Global Socialism: Eastern Europe, West Africa and the Middle East in the Cold War, sent by the publisher.

Posted in Claude Lévi-Strauss, Hannah Arendt, Julia Kristeva, Martin Heidegger, Michel Foucault, Roland Barthes | 1 Comment

Jacques Derrida, Geschlecht III: Sex, Race, Nation, Humanity – University of Chicago Press, July 2020

Jacques Derrida, Geschlecht III: Sex, Race, Nation, Humanity – University of Chicago Press, July 2020. Speaking of Derrida, his text Geschlecht III, first published in French in 2018, edited by Geoffrey Bennington, Katie Chenoweth, and Rodrigo Therezo has now been translated by Katie … Continue reading

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Faut-il brûler… Sade, Dumézil, Heidegger, Kafka – a question on the use of a trope [updated]

I had previously thought that the use of the expression ‘Faut-il brûler… ?’ – ‘must we burn.. ?’ someone or something was due to Simone de Beauvoir. Her text Faut-il brûler Sade? first appeared in Les temps modernes in 1951 and 1952, and … Continue reading

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The Early Foucault Update 32: Unable to finish a manuscript during lockdown

While these are strange and disruptive times, as much as I’m able, I’m trying to make progress on this book manuscript. I’d intended to submit it to Polity by the end of April, but that unfortunately wasn’t possible. I can … Continue reading

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