Radical Philosophy 2.07 / Spring 2020

Radical Philosophy 2.07 / Spring 2020

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Radical Philosophy, Issue 2.07, Spring 2020: EDITORIAL Protests, lockdowns - and then? ARTICLES From one Arab Spring to another, Gilbert Achcar Chilean revolts and the cirsis of neoliberal governance, Sergio Villalobos-Ruminott Nationalisms by, against and beyond the indian state, Rahul Rao Critique without ontology, Daniele Lorenzini and Martina Tazzioli Masses, class and the power of suggestion, Andrea Cavalletti Hegel's Natural Assumption, Hammam Aldouri The philosophical disability of reason, Keti Chukhrov The social life of black things, David Lloyd INTERVIEW A motley crew of our times ? An interview with Marcus Rediker
REVIEWS Andrea Long Chu, Females, by Nora Fulton Lucas Richert, Break on Through: Radical Psychiatry and the American Counterculture, by Steffan Blayney Brenna Bhandar, Colonial Lives of Property, by Alyosha Goldstein Amit S. Rai, Jugaad Time, by Chris Moffat Ratna Kapur, Gender, Alterity and Human Rights, by Emily Jones Michel Henry, Marx: An Introduction, by Ekin Erkan Dan Kidner & Alex sainsbury, Nightcleaners and '36 to '77, by Nicolas Helm-Grovas CONFERENCE REPORT Black-Palestinian Solidarity conference, by Gary Foley and Suzannah Henry
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Product details

  • Paperback | 130 pages
  • 210 x 297 x 7mm | 331g
  • English
  • 1999979362
  • 9781999979362
  • 907,437