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Posts tagged ‘G.W.F. Hegel’

The vertigo of philosophy

Deleuze and the problem of immanence
by / RP 113 (May/Jun 2002) / Article

Sexing the state

Familial and political form in Irigaray and Hegel
by / RP 113 (May/Jun 2002) / Article

It’s the political economy, stupid!

On Zizek’s Marxism
by / RP 108 (Jul/Aug 2001) / Article

De Beauvoir’s Hegelianism

Rethinking The Second Sex
by / RP 107 (May/Jun 2001) / Article

The Ethics of Ambiguity is well known as de Beauvoirʼs attempt to formulate an existentialist ethics; that is to say, an ethics premissed on the account of the lack at the heart of any human existence (ʻthe being whose being is not to beʼ) given by Sartre in Being and Nothingness.1 The ʻambiguityʼ of the …

The spectral ontology of value

by / RP 107 (May/Jun 2001) / Article

History and the process of mourning in Hegel and Freud

by / RP 106 (Mar/Apr 2001) / Article

Levinas’s political judgement

The Esprit articles 1934–1983
by / RP 104 (Nov/Dec 2000) / Article

Social signs and natural bodies

On T.J. Clark’s Farewell to an Idea
by / RP 104 (Nov/Dec 2000) / Article

Primordial Being

Enlightenment, Schopenhauer and the Indian subject of postcolonial theory
by / RP 100 (Mar/Apr 2000) / Article

Philosophizing the everyday

The philosophy of praxis and the fate of cultural studies
by / RP 098 (Nov/Dec 1999) / Article

The following presents a genealogy and critique of the concept of the ʻeverydayʼ, looking at the philosophical, political and cultural conflicts and contexts which radically transformed its contents after the Russian Revolution from a term synonymous with the ʻdailyʼ and ʻcontingentʼ to one identifiable with the vicissitudes of cultural and social transformation and democratization. It …

Society for European Philosophy: Lancaster University, 16-18 September 1998

by and / RP 093 (Jan/Feb 1999) / Conference Report

Arthur C. Danto

Art and analysis
by and / RP 090 (Jul/Aug 1998) / Interview

RP: Your philosophical work appears to be made up of two fairly distinct strands: what one might call a mainstream analytical strand and a more unconventional aesthetic strand. The second strand is dissident, first because itʼs about aesthetics – it takes art seriously, philosophically – and second because itʼs broadly Hegelian in inspiration. Historically, analytical …

Intersubjectivity and openness to change

Michael Theunissen’s negative theology of time
by / RP 088 (Mar/Apr 1998) / Article

The work of the German philosopher Michael Theunissen spans a forty-year period from 1958, when he published his doctoral thesis The Concept of Earnestness in Søren Kierkegaard, to the present. His general intellectual trajectory can be divided into four loosely distinct phases, developing from an early interest in existentialism, via a period focused on communication …

Hegel and contemporary ethics

by / RP 087 (Jan/Feb 1998) / Conference Report

Bakhtin, Cassirer and symbolic forms

by / RP 085 (Sep/Oct 1997) / Article

84 Reviews

by , , , , , , , , , , , and / RP 084 (Jul/Aug 1997) / Reviews

Lewis R. Gordon, T. Denean Sharpley-Whiting and Renée T. White, eds, Fanon: A Critical Reader Alan Read, ed., The Fact of Blackness: Frantz Fanon and Visual Representation David Macey

W.V. Quine, From Stimulus to Science Paolo Crivelli and Marco Santambrogio, eds, On Quine: New Essays Max de Gaynesford

Christopher Norris, Reclaiming Truth: Contribution to a …

Naming, myth and history

Berlin after the Wall
by / RP 074 (Nov/Dec 1995) / Article

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 …

Humanism and Nature

by / RP 066 (Spring 1994) / Article

The Early Marx on Needs

by / RP 064 (Summer 1993) / Article