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Politics and the Other Scene
Essays on politics by the pupil of Althusser.
Quasi Una Fantasia
Adorno’s own selection of his essays and journalism from more than three decades of music writing.
The existentialist philosopher chronicles his time in the Resistance in the Second World War.
Lives on the Left
Voices of Sartre, Lukács, Chomsky, Harvey and others in conversation with
New Left Review
A provocative intellectual assault on the iconic philosopher.
The Necessity of Errors
A groundbreaking exploration of the process of error and how we learn from it, in philosophy and history of science, from Plato to Adorno.
Towards a New Manifesto
A fascinating dialogue on a new Communist Manifesto from two giants of twentieth century philosophy.
The Emancipated Spectator
The foremost philosopher of art argues for a new politics of looking.
The Total Art of Stalinism
"Artists can make a hash of society as completely as the most cynical of politicians."—
Did Somebody Say Totalitarianism?
Undermining the liberal-democratic consensus that enables the designation of totalitarianism.
Revolution at the Gates
V. I. Lenin
How to reinvent Lenin in the era of “cultural capitalism.”
The Beach Beneath the Street
A fresh history of the Situationist International by the author of
A Hacker Manifesto
The Actuality of Communism
A new salvo in Verso's burgeoning series on communism, after Badiou, Žižek and Groys.
Staging the People
Rancière's classic essays from the 1970s, as he was developing his distinctive method.
Living in the End Times
Žižek analyzes the end of the world at the hands of the “four riders of the apocalypse.”
Brecht and Method
“Elegant dissection of Brecht’s method, from estrangements to allegory and beyond.”—