parrhesia - a journal of critical philosophy

FEATURES

 

Progress and the Death Drive

Amy Allen

 

What is an Image? Form as a Category of Meaning in Philosophical Anthropology

Alison Ross

 

REVIEW PANEL | THE WORK OF MAX DEUTSCHER

 

Philosophy and Judgment: Listening to Max Deutscher

Michelle Boulous Walker

 

Max Deutscher: Original and Enduring Themes

Paul Crittenden

 

Response

Max Deutscher

 

REVIEWS

 

Nature, History and "Critique of Violence" in The Thin Red Line (1998)

Gabriella Blasi

 

Relational Ontology in Nietzsche: An Introduction

Riccardo Carli

 

A Response to Sheehan's Attempted Paradigm Shift in Heidegger Studies

Ingo Farin

 

The Schlock of the New: Badiou, Duchamp, and the Everyday Miracle

Alex Ling

 

Polemical Speech and the Struggle for Recognition

Matheson Russell

 

Effects of "Phantasmatic Truth": On the Reading of Albert Camus in Jacques Derrida's The Death Penalty Seminars

Caroline Sheaffer-Jones

 

Violence and Relational Existence: Its Significance for our Understanding of Trust as Fundamentally Intercorporeal

Fiona Utley