Can we win the Planetary endgame? The question’s as blunt as the times are dire. In our year-end issue we argue both sides, with our most optimistic, bright-e..(read more)
50 years since the 1st issue of Radical Philosophy was published in 1972! Former editors share their recollections, like Jonathan Rée, Sean Sayers, Christopher..(read more)
Discusses the culture and politics of musical sampling from a new perspective. Liechti’s in-depth analysis of sampling strategies by artists such as COOL FOR ..(read more)
Notable for its layout and design — editor Kalle Lasn has always ensured his non-profit publication expresses itself well visually, as well as verbally.
Examines the fundamental conflict between democracy and capitalism, how to renew the commons, and create a genuine solidarity economy to overturn the ravages of..(read more)
Byung-Chul Han argues that infocracy is the new form of rule characteristic of contemporary information capitalism.
This urgent edition tackles the question of how great nations, organizations, movements, ideas, and historical eras live and thrive — and how they fizzle out ..(read more)
How big data and machine learning encode discrimination and create agitated clusters of rage. Reveals how polarization is a goal within big data and machine lea..(read more)
Again a powerful issue full of provocative images, mottos, manifestos. To survive this century of crisis, we have to come up with a new structure of feeling.
Dossier: Kojève on Europe and the USSR; Essays: Human Species as Biopolitical Concept; Jean-Luc Nancy 1940-2021; Judith Butler, The Force of Non-Violence