Wednesday, April 03, 2013

Contemporary Continental [Philosophical] Thought (Heavy on Deleuze)

This is an excellent collection of links on contemporary European (i.e., Continental) philosophy and thought, courtesy of Bookforum's Omnivore blog.

Contemporary continental thought

APR 2 2013 

  • Thomas Nail (Denver): Deleuze, Occupy, and the Actuality of Revolution.  
  • David R Cole (UWS): Traffic Jams: Analysing Everyday Life Using Deleuze and Guattari. 
  • From New Left Project, Samuel Grove interviews Andrew Robinson on the political philosophy of Gilles Deleuze (and part 2). 
  • John Protevi reviews Political Theory after Deleuze by Nathan Widder. 
  • Ashley Bohrer reviews Jacques Ranciere’s Althusser’s Lesson. 
  • Richard Fitch reviews Thinking the Impossible: French Philosophy since 1960 by Gary Gutting. 
  • Daniel Tutt reviews Difficult Atheism: Tracing the Death of God in Contemporary Continental Thought by Christopher Watkin. 
  • Slavoj Zizek on the three events of philosophy
  • Rebecca Rothfeld on why we slober over Slavoj Zizek: Or, how to be incomprehensible and relevant at the same time. 
  • You can download Everyday Life and the State by Peter Bratsis (2006).

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