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- Polity Press
- Cederstrom, Carl / Kesselman, Todd
- black & white illustrations
- 215 x 139 x 12 mm
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- 422:B&W 5.5 x 8.5 in or 216 x 140 mm (Demy 8vo) Perfect Bound on White w/Matte Lam
- 226 g
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"It's hard not to be swept up in the sense of hope and possibility that he brings to his discipline as he turns his eyes outward upon the world, refusing to wallow in the stultifying confines of academic discourse ... at his best, Critchley is a truly inspiring voice." PopMatters "Critchley makes for a generous and fluent interlocutor." Steve Poole, The Guardian "A frank encounter with the philosophical mind; an encounter which, although brief, gives us a beautiful sense of how things work at the sharp end of the intellectual spectrum." Kelvingrove Review "Critchley is remarkably adept at clearly explaining quite difficult ideas." Nina Power, Philosophers' Magazine "An inspiring and thought-provoking collection of interviews with one of the finest minds of my generation, which serves to genuinely illuminate his impressive body of work. Critchley educates and unsettles the reader with his sharp wit and tremendous intelligence, offering fresh and arresting insights into a dazzling array of vital topics from the death of God to contemporary politics and the origins of tragedy." Keith Ansell-Pearson, University of Warwick
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Simon Critchley is Hans Jonas Professor at the New School for Social Research in New York and part-time Professor of Philosophy at Tilburg University. Carl Cederstrom is Lecturer in Human Resource Management at Cardiff University. Todd Kesselman is PhD Candidate at New School for Social Research.
1. EARLY BEDFELLOWS. Levinas, Derrida, and the Ethics of Deconstruction. 2. KEEP YOUR MIND IN HELL AND DESPAIR NOT. Nietzsche and the Question of Nihilism. 3. THE STATE IS A LIMITATION ON HUMAN EXISTENCE. Gramsci and Hegemony. 4. INFINITELY DEMANDING ANARCHISM. Marxism and the Political. 5. ACTION IN A WORLD OF RECUPERATION. Cynicism and the Slovenian Hamlet. 6. LANGUAGE AND MURDER. Blanchot, Stevens, and the Literary. 7. CONFESSIONS OF A PUNK ROCKER. Can, Rhythm, and Transient Joy. 8. ART AND ETHICS. Transgression, Visibility, and Collective Resistance. 9. TRAGEDY AND MODERNITY. The Logic of Affect.