Category Archives: Simon Critchley

Interview with Simon Critchley and excerpt from The Hamlet Doctrine in Berfrois

Interview with Simon Critchley at Berfrois, plus an excerpt from his co-authored book The Hamlet Doctrine – via the Verso blog.

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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…

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7 Critical Theory Books That Came Out in March has another list of recently published books – Roudinesco on Lacan, Despret & Stengers, Negra & Tasker, Critchley, Shults, Zizek and Grant.

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Simon Critchley and Philip Seymour Hoffman – video recording of discussion at Rubin Museum of Art

In Memoriam: Philip Seymour Hoffman Just over a year ago philosopher Simon Critchley met with Philip Seymour Hoffman for the final in a series of on-stage conversations called Happy Talk. In a searching dialogue that in hindsight seems prescient, the … Continue reading

Posted in Simon Critchley | Tagged | Leave a comment’s 15 books to be excited about in 2014’s 15 books to be excited about in 2014 – full list here. Some of these are new, some new translations, some new editions, but lots to get excited about – Derrida, Althusser, Jameson, Critchley, Laclau, Massumi & Manning etc.

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Books received

Two books for the Foucault project – a collection of pieces on the first volume of the History of Sexuality, and the only other volume of Les Vies Parallèles series Foucault initiated (the first was the Herculine Barbin memoir); David Harvey’s A … Continue reading

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more on Critchley and Webster, The Hamlet Doctrine

The Verso blog has some more links.

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Simon Critchley discusses Hamlet

In The Guardian Simon Critchley discusses Hamlet – a preview of his recently published co-authored book The Hamlet Doctrine, with Jamieson Webster.

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Verso radical thinkers – brief introductory videos in The Guardian

From the Verso blog: At the beginning of the year we published another twelve titles in our seventh edition of The Radical Thinkers series including works by Alain Badiou, Willhelm Reich, Max Horkheimer, Simon Critchley and Ludwig Feuerbach. A fortnightly series of events introducing this latest set was … Continue reading

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Interview with Simon Critchley – ‘The Tragic and its Limits’

Interesting interview with Simon Critchley at The White Review. There is a quite a bit of discussion of his forthcoming co-authored book The Hamlet Doctrine.

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