RSS Feed

Contributor Archive: Ted Benton

Ian Craib, 1945–2002

by / RP 119 (May/Jun 2003) / Obituary

118 Reviews

by , , , , , and / RP 118 (Mar/Apr 2003) / Reviews

Daniel Bensaïd, Marx for Our Times: Adventures and Misadventures of a Critique Stewart Martin

Wendy Cealey Harrison and John Hood-Williams, Beyond Sex and Gender Stella Sandford

Val Plumwood, Environmental Culture: The Ecological Crisis of Reason Ted Benton

Conor Cunningham, Genealogy of Nihilism: Philosophies of Nothing and the Difference of Theology Ray Brassier

Howard Caygill, Levinas …

One more symptom

The foot and mouth crisis in Britain
by / RP 110 (Nov/Dec 2001) / Commentary

Kate Soper

An alternative hedonism
by and / RP 093 (Jan/Feb 1999) / Interview

Thomas Kuhn, 1922-1996

by , and / RP 082 (Mar/Apr 1997) / Obituary

Clause 4

by / RP 072 (Jul/Aug 1995) / Commentary

Massacre of the Innocents: Derrida and the Cambridge Dons;Waiter Benjamin Centenary; Women and the History of Philosophy; Singer Silenced; Philosophy for Children

by , and / RP 062 (Autumn 1992) / News

59 Reviews

by , , , , , , , , , , , , , and / RP 059 (Autumn 1991) / Reviews

Alan J. Friedman and Carol C. Donley, Einstein as Myth and Muse Jonathan Powers

Mike S. Dufrenne, In the Presence of the Sensuous Matthew Rampley

Louis Althusser, Philosophy and the Spontaneous Philosophy of The Scientists and Other Essays Alison Assiter, Althusser and Feminism Andrew Collier, Scientific Realism and Socialist Thought Ted Benton

Andrew Benjamin, Translation …

56 Editorial

by / RP 056 (Autumn 1990) / Editorial

Humanism = Speciesism

Marx on Humans and Animals
by / RP 050 (Autumn 1988) / Article

This paper1 is intended to form part of a more extended exploration of some key texts of Marx from the standpoint of the so-called ‘new’ social movements (though some of these pre-date the Marxist tradition itself!). Here, I shall be focussing on the early work of Marx – especially the Economic and Philosophical …

The Situation of Philosophy in South Africa; Human Nature: Issues in Philosophical Anthropology (Conference Report, Middlesex Polytechnic, 3-5th April 1987); Applied Philosophy (Conference Report, Society for Applied Philosophy, Gregynog, 22-24th May 1987)

by , and / RP 047 (Autumn 1987) / News

International Philosophers for Peace; Cogito; Once More on ‘Realism and the Human Sciences’; Groupe D’Etudes Sartriennes; Deep Ecology

by / RP 045 (Spring 1987) / News

40 Editorial

by , and / RP 040 (Summer 1985) / Editorial

Cutler on Laws of Tendency

by / RP 027 (Spring 1981) / Extras

Realism and Social Science

Some Comments on Roy Bhaskar's 'The Possibility of Naturalism'
by / RP 027 (Spring 1981) / Article

The Cuts at NELP, Conference Against Biological Reductionism

by and / RP 026 (Autumn 1980) / News

24 Reviews

by , , , , and / RP 024 (Spring 1980) / Reviews

D. Barash, Sociobiology and Behaviour T. Clutton-Brock and P. Harvey, Readings in Sociobiology W. Mackensie, Biological Issues in Politics M. Midgley, Beast and Man M. Ruse, Sociobiology: Sense or Nonsense? E.O.Wilson, On Human Nature Martin Barker

D. Lecourt, Proletarian Science? The Case of Lysenko Ted Benton

Richard E. Olsen, Karl Marx Pete Stirk

L. Laudan, …

Winch, Wittgenstein and Marxism

by / RP 013 (Spring 1976) / Article

Discussion: Rancière and Ideology

by / RP 009 (Winter 1974) / Extras

The article by Jacques Rancière, ‘On the Theoryof Ideology’ (Radical Philosophy 7) is one of the most powerful critiques of Althusser’s work so far to have been produced from the left. Given the wide reception that Althusser’s work is nowreceiving in Britain it is vital that the issues which Ranciere raises are thoroughly …

The Politics of Radical Philosophy

by , and / RP 004 (Spring 1973) / Commentary