A review by Miguel de Beistegui, with a concise overview of its place in Heidegger’s late 30s writings.
On Agamben’s Politics and Theology: An interview with Adam Kotsko and Colby Dickinson.
Really important forum from Society and Space on the US carceral society:
The State of Terror and the Promise of Democracy
Tuesday, September 24, 2013, 8:30pm – 10:00pm
Ship Pub, St. John’s
Department of Philosophy
St. John’s Public Lectures in Philosophy. Dr. Peter Gratton (Memorial, Philosophy) will present.
(I’m under the weather with a nasty bug just as I’m trying to figure out what to talk about–so we’ll all be a bit surprised by what comes out when I work around that title.)
Scu adds some commentary (and helpful links) to the recent discussion at the NYT (which I have also linked to)
Stuart Elden has some thoughts on Krell’s latest. I just got it myself last week. I haven’t worked on Derrida’s last two seminars (the subject of Krell’s book) since I read them for the sections on sovereignty. Kelly Oliver’s latest book also takes up the sections on animality at some length, so this is a good chance to dive back in (well, next month: first up is a couple of lectures I’m giving in the next month and finishing up the introduction to the Meillassoux Dictionary).
Thom Brooks has a nice post up about research grants for philosophy (one on notions of the self, another on Hegel) under attack during the Australian election cycle:
The New School Graduate Conference looks to be interesting again this year: