Category Archives: Thinkers

Interview with Jean-Luc Nancy: “There Is No West Anymore” in Huffington Post

Interview with Jean-Luc Nancy: “There Is No West Anymore”. Thanks to dmfant for the link.

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‘Critical Histories of the Present’, Spindel conference, University of Memphis, 16-17 September 2016

My next visiting talk – and my first overseas talk in over a year – will be at ‘Critical Histories of the Present‘, the 35th Spindel conference, University of Memphis, 16-17 September 2016. My talk is under the title of ‘Foucault and … Continue reading

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Neil Smith, “The Concepts of Devaluation, Valorization and Depreciation in Marx: Towards a Clarification”

Neil Smith’s essay, “The Concepts of Devaluation, Valorization and Depreciation in Marx: Towards a Clarification”, is published in Human Geography. Don Mitchell provides a great introduction, discussing why the piece was never published in Smith’s lifetime. You can download the … Continue reading

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Bruno Latour interview on India and Gaia-politics

Bruno Latour interview on India and Gaia-politics – thanks to Kai Friese for the link.

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The Brexit Crisis: A Verso Report – free ebook

The Brexit Crisis: A Verso Report – free ebook ‘Let’s Take Back Control’ was the slogan that won the UK’s EU Referendum. But what did those words mean to campaigners and voters? Control of what was being wrested from whom … Continue reading

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Books received – Shakespeare, Heidegger & Jünger, Leshem, Shuger

A couple of books for the Shakespeare work, Leshem’s The Origins of Neoliberalism, the Heidegger-Jünger correspondence, the new issue of Radical Philosophy, and the copy of India Today with my piece on the EU referendum (open access here).

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Agamben, Homo Sacer: A Blog Series at the SUP blog

Giorgio Agamben, Homo Sacer: A Blog Series at the SUP blog. Posts by Adam Kotsko, Kevin Attell, Peter Fenves, David Kishik, Alberto Toscano and Lorenzo Chiesa – an all-male lineup, unfortunately. All nine volumes of the Homo Sacer series, from … Continue reading

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Ingo Farin and Jeff Malpas (eds.), Reading Heidegger’s Black Notebooks 1931-41 reviewed at NDPR

Ingo Farin and Jeff Malpas (eds.), Reading Heidegger’s Black Notebooks 1931-41 is reviewed at NDPR by Stephen Mulhall.

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Henri Lefebvre, Metaphilosophy, translated by David Fernbach and edited by Stuart Elden – now available

Henri Lefebvre, Metaphilosophy, translated by David Fernbach and edited and introduced by me, is now available. The best place to buy is the Verso website – the cheapest place I know online, and with free shipping. The cover is a rather … Continue reading

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Farge and Foucault, Disorderly Families – forthcoming with University of Minnesota Press

Arlette Farge and Michel Foucault, Disorderly Families: Infamous Letters from the Bastille Archives, forthcoming with University of Minnesota Press, edited by Nancy Luxon and translated by Thomas Scott-Railton. The UMP page says January 2017; Amazon suggests November 2016. There will be … Continue reading

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