Scu has some thoughts up on Agamben’s 2011 EGS lecture and a recent interview: Critical Animal: Agamben and Animals and Anthropogenesis, Again.
Originally posted on Daily Nous:
There have two posts at APPS (here and here) commenting on this post by Marcus Arvan based on the listing of jobs at the philjobs site. Based on this, the summary goes, one should not go to a non Leiter Gourmet Report approved place to study. But much better data can be found for most graduate programs collected by the APA in its Graduate Student Guide. I can’t find the link, but someone crunched this data (if you know where this was done–please let me know) and found quite comparable data between ranked and not-so-ranked programs in philosophy. Hard as this might be to believe, it’s best not to put too much in self-reported, incomplete data for one year in an online wiki compared to data collected over five years by the APA. Just look at it yourself, look at particular schools, and hopefully (if someone finds the crunched data) you’ll conclude we don’t need to reify the position of the Gourmet Report in our discipline.
A helpful post by Stuart Elden: Where to start with reading Peter Sloterdijk? | Progressive Geographies.
Principles of Non-Philosophy is reviewed in the NDPR.