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A political Marxist: Ellen Meiksins Wood, 1942–2016

I have a vivid memory – too vivid to be an accident – of the first time I read something written by Ellen Meiksins Wood. It was an article in New Le...   [ continue reading...]

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Lost minds

Our illnesses are mostly political illnesses.  Peter Weiss [1] In Memoirs of a Revolutionary Victor Serge describes the first decade of Soviet rule as disp...   [ continue reading...]

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A neo-Horthyist restoration

Since winning the Hungarian general elections in 2010 with a two-thirds majority, Viktor Orbán’s nationalist-populist party Fidesz has introduced a...   [ continue reading...]

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Europe’s ‘Hungarian solution’

In a speech at a European Union heads-of-state summit on migration in February 2016, Viktor Orbán, Hungary’s prime minister, declared that the &lsq...   [ continue reading...]

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Jason W. Moore, Capitalism in the Web of Life: Ecology and the Accumulation of Capital Kate Soper J.M. Bernstein, Torture and Dignity: An Essay on Moral Injury...   [ continue reading...]

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The closure of the Lukács Archive in Budapest

Following the death of Georg Lukács, the Soviets seized the opportunity to commemorate but also to direct his legacy by turning his apartment, which over...   [ continue reading...]

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Capitalocene

Jason W. Moore, Capitalism in the Web of Life: Ecology and the Accumulation of Capital, Verso, London and New York, 2015. 316 pp., £60.00 hb., £19.9...   [ continue reading...]

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Gillian Rose’s critique of violence

The crisis of the legitimacy of the liberal democratic state is being posed today with an urgency and acuity not seen since the debates over the legitimacy of W...   [ continue reading...]

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Open form: Pierre Boulez, 1927–2016

The death of Pierre Boulez came as a gentle shock to those for whom he is a figure of colossal importance in the postwar musical world. Pierre Boulez: Composer,...   [ continue reading...]

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Common senses

‘One day, perhaps, this century will be known as Deleuzian.’ This is how Michel Foucault famously opened his admiring review of Gilles Deleuze&rsquo...   [ continue reading...]

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COMMENTARY Europe’s ‘Hungarian solution’ Prem Kumar Rajaram A neo-Horthyist restoration Tamás Krausz ARTICLES Common senses: Deleuze a...   [ continue reading...]

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Mediate and aggregate

Christine Delphy, Separate and Dominate: Feminism and Racism after the War on Terror, trans. David Broder, Verso, London and New York, 2015. 192 pp., £14....   [ continue reading...]

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Why I write such excellent songs

As the limousine cruises its way through an arid Californian landscape, a pale and thin David Bowie sits in the back and humorously reflects that he never wante...   [ continue reading...]

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Romantic bureaucracy

Alexandre Kojève became famous primarily for his discourse on the end of history and the post-historical condition – the discourse that he developed in his s...   [ continue reading...]

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Genre without genre

Form, as it is mastered, becomes attenuated; it becomes dissociated from any liturgy, rule, yardstick; the epic is discarded in favour of the novel, verse in fa...   [ continue reading...]

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Oxymoron

Paolo Virno, When the Word Becomes Flesh: Language and Human Nature, trans. Giuseppina Mecchia, Semiotext(e), South Pasadena CA, 2015. 264 pp., £12.95 pb., 978...   [ continue reading...]

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Bildung and strategy

Kant’s 1798 Conflict of the Faculties makes an explicit case for viewing philosophy as the romantic transdiscipline. The ‘lower faculty’ he explained ther...   [ continue reading...]

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COMMENTARY Why I write such excellent songs: David Bowie, 1947–2016 Keith Ansell-Pearson DOSSIER ROMANTIC TRANSDISCIPLINARITY 1 Introduction Peter Osbor...   [ continue reading...]

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Introduction

Introduction Of all the genealogical sources of contemporary critical theory, in both its German- and French-inspired variants, early German Romanticism remain...   [ continue reading...]

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Paolo Virno, When the Word Becomes Flesh: Language and Human Nature Jean-Jacques Lecercle Giorgio Agamben, Stasis: Civil War as a Political Paradigm Michel F...   [ continue reading...]

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