A new issue of parrhesia :: a journal of critical philosophy is out with some great articles. (Open access)
This conference will be good: 1967 + 50: The Age of Grammatology « London Graduate School
What would it mean for philosophy to listen? What does silence or the self sound like? French philosopher Jean-Luc Nancy talks to four by three magazine about the responsibility of philosophy, his approach to the arts, the noise of being and the difference between seeing and hearing oneself.
Devin Shaw offers a take on the revival (or is it?) in studies in Schelling: The Notes Taken: Schelling’s Anthropocentrism: A Short Presentation
Available as a podcast. I have a review coming out soon with the LA Review of Books that discusses Foucault’s Last Decade along with his 72-3 course and I also recently did an interview that will be open access for Symposium: The Canadian Journal of Continental Philosophy that is an excellent discussion with Stuart, Dianna Taylor, and Eduardo Mendieta concerning what to make of Foucault’s trajectory post- 1974 (I’ll post the link when available). I look forward to Stuart’s next work on Foucault, which takes up his changeover to power in the early ’70s, which is the Foucault from which I’ve learned the most.
Another day, another journal dedicated to a particular philosopher. Here’s a call for submissions to Arendt Studies, which debuts next year. Too bad it’s not going to be open access, but otherwise, it will be interesting to see what comes of it.
Has a new issue out: TRANSFORMATIONS Journal of Media & Culture