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Contributor Archive: Peter Dews

Uncategorical imperatives

Adorno, Badiou and the ethical turn
by / RP 111 (Jan/Feb 2002) / Article


The Society for European Philosophy

by / RP 086 (Nov/Dec 1997) / News


The Forum for European Philosophy; Honouring Levinas: ‘Visage et Sinaï ’, Collège International de Philosophie, 8–9 December 1996; Cogito humana: dynamics of knowledge and values XVIIth German Conference for Philosophy, University of Leipzig, 23–27 September 1996

by , and / RP 083 (May/Jun 1997) / Conference Report


The tremor of reflection

Slavoj Žižek's Lacanian dialectics
by / RP 072 (Jul/Aug 1995) / Article

At first glance, the work of the Slovenian philosopher Slavoj Zizek seems to offer an irresistible range of attractions for theorists wishing to engage with contemporary culture, without accepting the flimsy postmodernist doxa which is often the only available gloss on it. Zizek’s thought is still strongly coloured by his Althusserian background, and …


Slavoj Žižek and Renata Salecl

Lacan in Slovenia
by , and / RP 058 (Summer 1991) / Interview


Cornelius Castoriadis

by , and / RP 056 (Autumn 1990) / Interview


53 Editorial

by / RP 053 (Autumn 1989) / Editorial


The Return of the Subject in late Foucault

by / RP 051 (Spring 1989) / Article


The Frankfurt School and the Problem of Critique

A Reply to McCarney
by and / RP 045 (Spring 1987) / Article


38 Reviews

by , , , , , , and / RP 038 (Summer 1984) / Reviews

Martin Hollis and Steven Lukes, eds., Rationality and Relativism Peter Dews

Gilles Deleuze, Nietzsche and Philosophy Richard Schacht, Nietzsche Keith Pearson

Roland Gibson, Logic as History of Science and Experience of Art John Fauvel

Isidor Walliman, Estrangement: Marx’s Conception of Human Nature and the Division of Labour Elliott A. Krause, Division of Labour: A political …


Women’s Studies Conference; RP Dayschool on Hegel, Marx; Derrida in Prison and Dialectic; A New Journal of Philosophy of Education

by , and / RP 031 (Summer 1982) / News


The ‘New Philosophers’ and the End of Leftism

by / RP 024 (Spring 1980) / Article

Fashion move s  fast in Parisian salons, and the taste for intellectual scandal demands the constant breaking of fresh taboos. Three years ago, in the spring of 1977, a group of young authors styling themselves the ‘New Philosophers’ moved rapidly to the centre of attention, making headlines not only in France but around the globe. The  shocking …


Misadventures of the Dialectic

by / RP 018 (Autumn 1977) / Article