parrhesia - a journal of critical philosophy

 

Critical Approaches to Continental Philosophy: Intellectual Community, Disciplinary Identity, and the Politics of Inclusion

Timothy Laurie, Hannah Stark, and Briohny Walker

 

FEATURE

 

The Fragility of Collegiality: 'What Remains of Me at the University, Within the University?'

Michelle Boulous Walker

 

REVIEW PANEL: THE WORK OF MOIRA GATENS

 

Reflections on Imagination and Embodiment in the Work of Moira Gatens, 1983-2008

Louise Richardson Self

 

Thinking Without Monsters: The Role of Philosophy in Moira Gatens

Timothy Laurie

 

Re-visioning Benedict de Spinoza and George Eliot through the Work of Moira Gatens

Simone Bignall

 

ESSAYS

 

Colonial Mind, Colonial Body: Structural Violence and Incarceration in Aotearoa

Elese B. Dowden


Dissolving the Consciousness in Sartori: Merleau-Ponty and the Phenomenology of Suzuki's Embodied Buddhism

Adrian Moore


Radical Dialectics in Benjamim and Fanon: On Recognition and Rupture

Anisha Sankar


Precarious Time: Queer Anthropocene Futures

Brionhy Walker