Tuesday, January 21, 2014

Crisis and Critique 1

The first issue of Crisis and Critique is now online.
Please, see the table of contents below:

Editorial Note, by H.J.Bjerre & Agon Hamza
1) The Impasses of Today's Radical Politics, by Slavoj Žižek
2) Socialist Democracy with Chinese Characteristics, by Roland Boer
3) The Indignant of the Earth, by Frank Ruda
4) Democracy and Revolution on the Internet, by Katarina Peovič Vukovič
5) Alain Badiou and the Aporia of Democracy with Generic Communism, by Panagiotis Sotiris 
6) Climate Crisis, Ideology and Collective Action, by Ted Stolze
7) Lacan and Rational Choice, by Yuan Yao
8) Redemptive Revolutions: The Political Hermeneutics of Walter Benjamin, by Nicolai Krejberg Knudsen
9) The Necessity of Philosophy, by Srdjan Cvjetičanin
10) What is a Party Part of? by Gabriel Tupinambá
11) Communism is Wrong, by Jana Tsoneva
12) The Jews and the Zionists: The Story of a Reversal, by Sina Badiei

Review Articles:
13) H.J.Bjerre: Prolegomena to Any Future Materialism, by Adrian Johnston
14) C.Crockett: From Myth to Symptom: the case of Kosovo, by S.Žižek & A.Hamza
15) D.Tutt: Enjoying What We Dont Have: The Political Project of Psychoanalysis, by Todd McGowan
16) A.Ryder: Badiou and the Philosophers, ed.T.Tho&G.Bianco

About the Journal
Crisis and Critique is a philosophical journal. It is dedicated to exploring and critically developing political and social issues from the Marxist perspective, as well as exploring and addressing the emancipatory potential of Marxist thought and tradition. It also discusses the developments within the contemporary currents in philosophy.
Crisis and Critique appears twice a year.


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