Need a break from the news on the outbreak? Here is Shannon Hoff on Hegel, feminism, and solidarity: Worlds, Ideals, and Solidarity: A Feminist Primer | Blog of the APA
I guess there *is* still interest in Baudrillard. I’ve only read the interview with Christopher Watkin thus far, but there are articles of interest here.
As part of Colombia University’s 13/13 series on critique here.
Here. The summation:
What Would Be Different is a very well written book; it also has the merit of being accessible to those who may not be familiar with Adorno’s work. Finally, it takes an important stand in a debate that matters, not just to armchair academics, but to everybody on the planet. If ever there was a time that change for the better was needed, this is surely it. Macdonald realizes how high the stakes are in this debate. He takes Adorno’s side against commentators, who (I would argue) seriously misinterpret Adorno by eviscerating the radical core of his thought. Equally important, these commentators deprive those who currently seek significant social change of ideas that could contribute substantially to it.
Introducing the Issue
|Foreword to Ian Wishart’s Schleiermacher’s Interpretation of the Bible|
|Schleiermacher’s Interpretation of the Bible: The Doctrine and Use of the Scriptures in the Light of Schleiermacher’s Hermeneutical Principles|
|Ian S. Wishart|
Reviews and Notices
|Review of Bruno Latour, Down to Earth: Politics in the New Climatic Regime. Cambridge: Polity Press, 2017. 140 pages.|
|Review of Bruno Latour, Facing Gaia: Eight Lectures on the New Climate Regime. Cambridge: Polity Press, 2017. 300 pages.|
|Review of Kojin Karatani, Isonomia and the Origins of Philosophy. Durham: Duke UP, 2017. 176 pages.|
|Review of Kevin Decker and Jeffery Ewing, Alien and Philosophy: I Infest, Therefore I Am. Oxford: Wiley-Blackwell, 2017. 240 pages.|
Alexandre Matheron, the great scholar of Marx, Hegel, Spinoza, and others, is memorialized in Le Monde (in French) here.