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Radical Philosophy - # 197 May/June 2016

UK-based journal of socialist and feminist philosophy, founded in 1972 in response to the widely felt discontent with the sterility of academic philosophy at the time. It is run by an Editorial Collective and appears 6 times a year. It features major academic articles by some of the most famous writers in contemporary left-wing and feminist philosophical, political and cultural thought, a large and diverse reviews section as well as commentaries, obituaries, interviews, news and conference reports.

In this issue:

– Prem Kumar Rajaram: Europe’s ‘Hungarian solution’
– Tamás Krausz: A Neo-Horthyist Restoration

– Frederic Fruteau de Laclos: Common Senses – Deleuze and Lyotard between ground and form
– Anthony Gorman: Gillian Rose’s critique of violence
– Hannah Proctor: Lost Minds – Sedgwick, Laing and the politics of mental illness

– Ken Hirschkop: A political Marxist – Ellen Meiksins Wood, 1942–2016
– Edward Campbell: Open Form – Pierre Boulez, 1927–2016

Publisher: Radical Philosophy Ltd. / 197
Medium: Magazine


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