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Translatorial hexis

The politics of Pinkard’s translation of Hegel’s Phenomenology
by / RP 186 (Jul/Aug 2014) / Article

Most branches of philosophy and many other disciplines in the humanities and social sciences studied in the anglophone academy draw on texts written in languages other than English and therefore rely on the products of translation, especially translations of historical, European philosophy. However, surprisingly little philosophical attention has been paid to the role of individual …


What is – or what is not – contemporary French philosophy, today?

by / RP 161 (May/Jun 2010) / Article

The question that serves as the title of my lecture,* the question that motivates this lecture, is sustained by a negation that is absolutely necessary to the construction of the problematic I aim here to open. For I have found no other means than the ‘labour of the negative’, in the …


After life

De anima and unhuman politics
by / RP 155 (May/Jun 2009) / Article


Beyond Barthes

Rethinking the phenomenology of photography
by / RP 148 (Mar/Apr 2008) / Article


Nihilism and faith

Rose, Bernstein and the future of Critical Theory
by / RP 134 (Nov/Dec 2005) / Article


Paul Ricoeur, 1913–2005

by / RP 133 (Sep/Oct 2005) / Obituary


7th International Conference on Philosophy, Psychiatry and Psychology, University of Heidelberg, 23–26 September 2004

by / RP 129 (Jan/Feb 2005) / Conference Report


What is feminist phenomenology?

Thinking birth philosophically
by / RP 126 (Jul/Aug 2004) / Article


Anti-Oedipus – thirty years on

by / RP 124 (Mar/Apr 2004) / Commentary


‘Questioning Religion’, British Society for Phenomenology, University of Greenwich, 11–13 July 2003

by / RP 122 (Nov/Dec 2003) / Conference Report

 

 


Does phenomenology have a future?

by / RP 113 (May/Jun 2002) / Article


Thinking politically with Merleau-Ponty

by / RP 108 (Jul/Aug 2001) / Article


Fanon, phenomenology, race

by / RP 095 (May/Jun 1999) / Article

ʻThe black man is not. Nor the white.ʼ1 Thus Fanon in the concluding section of Peau noire, masques blancs (1952), in my translation. It is quite impossible to work with the existing versions, the most obvious index of that impossibility being the unfortunate decision to translate the title of Chapter 5 as ʻThe Fact of …


Towards a phenomenology of racial embodiment

by / RP 095 (May/Jun 1999) / Article

When one realizes the indeterminacy of racial categories, their fluid borders and cultural variety, it is often tempting to adopt a nominalism about race: that race is no more real than phlogiston or witchcraft. In this essay, I resist this conclusion primarily on phenomenological grounds. Race is real, certainly more real than phlogiston, though like …


‘Affectivity’, British Society for Phenomenology Conference,British Society for Phenomenology Conference, 3–5 April 1998, Oxford; John Macmurray 6–9 April 1998, Aberdeen;

by and / RP 091 (Sep/Oct 1998) / Conference Report

‘Affectivity’, The British Society for Phenomenology Conference Robin Durie

John Macmurray Conference Andrew Collier


Writing as a man

Levinas and the phenomenology of Eros
by / RP 087 (Jan/Feb 1998) / Article


British Society for Phenomenology, Oxford, 15-17 April 1994; Foucault Conference, London, 25 June 1994

by and / RP 068 (Autumn 1994) / Conference Report


Hegelian Phenomenology and the Critique of Reason and Society

by / RP 032 (Autumn 1982) / Article

Abbot Terrasson has remarked that if the size of a volume be measured not by the number of its pages but by the time required for mastering it, it can be said of many a book, that it would be much shorter if it were not so short.

(Kant, Preface to First Edition, Critique of …


Heidegger’s ‘Being and Time’

by / RP 026 (Autumn 1980) / Article


Heidegger’s Early Development

by / RP 025 (Summer 1980) / Article