Radical Philosophy 2.05 / Autumn 2019

Radical Philosophy 2.05 / Autumn 2019

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Description

Elsa Dorlin, 'What a body can do'

Rei Terada, 'Hegel's racism for radicals'

Dimitris Vardoulakis, 'Spinoza's law'

Maya Kronfeld, 'The philosophyer's bass drum'

Dossier: Saba Mahmood in memoriam

Ratna Kapur: The radical intellectual legacy of Saba Mahmood Sîan Melvill Hawthorne, 'Calls, Invitations, Summons' Pınar Kemerli, 'Thinking critically with Saba Mahmood'

Angela Davis and Gayatri Chakravorty Spivak in conversation with Nikita Dhawan: 'Planetary Utopias'



Reviews



Marina Vishmidt, Speculation as a Mode of Production
- Josefine Wikström



Catherine Rottenberg, The Rise of Neoliberal Feminism
- Lynne Segal



Jaleh Mansoor, Marshall Plan Modernism
- Luisa Lorenza Corna



C. Heike Schotten, Queer Terror
- Rahul Rao



Fumi Okiji, Jazz as Critique
- Dhanveer Singh Brar



Laurent De Sutter, Narcocapitalism
- Amedeo Policante



Saul Newman, Political Theology: A Critical Introduction
- Luke Collison



Chris Hesketh, Spaces of Capital/Spaces of Resistance
- Sam Halvorsen
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Product details

  • Paperback | 108 pages
  • 210 x 297 x 6mm | 281g
  • English
  • 1999979346
  • 9781999979348
  • 920,828