parrhesia - a journal of critical philosophy

FEATURES

 

Left-Right

Jean-Luc Nancy, translated by Matthew Ellison

 

We Bergsonians: The Kyoto Manifesto

Elie During and Paul-Antoine Miquel, translated by Barry Dainton

 

ESSAYS

 

Rancière's Poetics of Knowledge

Martin Grünfeld


Neuroaesthetics and Critique

Francis Russell


Politics that Does Not Command: Reconsidering Rancière's Opposition between Politics and Policing

Devin Zane Shaw


The Use of Ears: Agamben Overhearing Derrida Overhearing Heidegger

Naomi Waltham-Smith


The Univocity of Substance and the Formal Distinction of Attributes: The Role of Duns Scotus in Deleuze's Reading of Spinoza

Nathan Widder


'Fore Me, This Fellow Speaks! Rancière and Plebian Equality

Oded Zipory


REVIEW

 

Martin Hägglund, This Life: Secular Faith and Spiritual Freedom

Martin Rayburn