Volume 1, Issue 3, 2014

Edited by Frank Ruda & Agon Hamza



Introduction, by Frank Ruda & Agon HamzaPDF

Table of Contents

Answer’s to Today’s Crisis: A Leninist View

Slavoj Žižek PDF

What Does Theory Become? The Humanities, Politics, and Philosophy (1970-2010):
Reflections and Propositions

Étienne BalibarPDF

Contemporary Thought and the Crisis of Negation

Jelica Šumi?PDF

How do we recognize strong critique?

Paul Livingston PDF

The Ideology of Life and the Necessity of its Critique

Jan VölkerPDF

The function of philosophy and the crisis of Marxism

Agon Hamza PDF

How to Act As If One Were Not Free: A Contemporary Defense of Fatalism

Frank RudaPDF

The Barriers to a Critical Comedy

Todd McGowan PDF

Capitalism and Repetition: Marx and Lacan

Simon Hajdini PDF

The Idea of the Passe: Critique and Construction in Psychoanalytic Thinking

Gabriel Tupinambá PDF

The Singular Invariant: On the dialectic which is not in Alain Badiou,

A. J. Bartlett PDF

Freeing Althusser from Spinoza:

A Reconsideration of Structural Causality

Ed Pluth PDF

Hegel or Spinoza: Substance, Subject, and Critical Marxism

Ted StolzePDF

Where to Start?: Robert Pippin, Slavoj Žižek, and the True Beginning(s) of Hegel’s System

Adrian Johnston PDF

Review Articles

P.Sotiris: Althusser and His Contemporaries, by Warren Montag PDF

I.Boldyrev: The Privatisation of Hope: Ernst Bloch and the Future of Utopia, ed. by P.Thompson

and S.Žižek PDF

Note to Contributors PDF

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