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Walter Benjamin and the Red Army Faction, Part 3

by / RP 154 (Mar/Apr 2009) / Article


The promise of justice

by / RP 143 (May/Jun 2007) / Article


Justice or appropriation?

Indigenous claims and liberal theory
by / RP 101 (May/Jun 2000) / Article


Philosophy and politics

by / RP 096 (Jul/Aug 1999) / Article


Philosophy in Germany

by and / RP 089 (May/Jun 1998) / Article


Analytical Marxism – an ex-paradigm?

The odyssey of G.A. Cohen
by / RP 082 (Mar/Apr 1997) / Article


The limits of hauntology

Spectres of Derrida Symposium
by / RP 075 (Jan/Feb 1996) / Article


Jacques Derrida

The Deconstruction of Actuality
by , , , and / RP 068 (Autumn 1994) / Interview


Justice and the Gulf War

by / RP 061 (Summer 1992) / Article


A Just War? The Left and the Moral Gulf

by / RP 061 (Summer 1992) / Article


Does a Marxian Critical Theory of Society Need a Moral Theory?

by / RP 059 (Autumn 1991) / Article


Marxism and Psychoanalysis – An Exchange

by and / RP 055 (Summer 1990) / Article


Civil Disobedience and Nuclear Protest

A Reply to Dworkin
by / RP 044 (Autumn 1986) / Article

Philosophical writing about civil disobedience tends to reach only the vaguest of conclusions: that it is normally wrong to disobey the law in a democratic society, but that in some circumstances civil disobedience may be justified, provided the issue is sufficiently serious and weighty and alternative methods have been tried without success. That …