parrhesia - a journal of critical philosophy

FEATURES

 

Abundance - of Critique

Penelope Deutscher

 

Forgiveness: A Work of Love

John Lippitt

 

What is Philosophy as a Way of Life?

John Sellars

 

REVIEW PANEL: THE WORK OF RUSSELL GRIGG

 

'If I hadn't seen Russell I would have been fucked'

Justin Clemens

 

Russell's Choice

Oliver Feltham

 

Wellbeing, Morality, and the Aim of Psychoanalysis

Talia Morag

 

Being an Analyst

Russell Grigg

 

ESSAYS

 

Self-Formation in Plato

William H. F. Altman

 

Poethis, Epochē and Contingency

Ian Andrews

 

On the Role of Philosophy in Self-Cultivation: Reassessing Nussbaum's Critique of Foucault

Matthew Denis

 

Sacrifice, Self-Formation and Self-Overcoming in Nietzsche

Venessa Ercole

 

Feeling in the Flesh: Approaching an Ecological Ethic through Whitehead and Merleau-Ponty

Andrew Kirkpatrick

 

Sense and Insensibility: Cross-currents in Lacan and Frege on the Problematics of Meaning

Kirk Turner

 

REVIEWS

 

An Alienating Aversion in Analytic Associationism: Talia Morag, Emotion, Imagination and the Limits of Reason

Justin Clemens

 

Slow Reading and Philosophy's Futures: Michelle Boulous Walker, Slow Philosophy: Reading Against the Institution

Joanne Faulkner

 

Andrew Inkpin, Disclosing the World: On the Phenomenology of Language

Aaron Goldbird