Our vision of nature is undergoing a radical change toward the multiple, the temporal, and the complex.
Idealism appears in bourgeois philosophy to oppose itself to mechanism, and in a certain sense it does. But if we look into concrete living, we see that both are generated simultaneously.
There is something both refreshing and salutary in rediscovering Ernst Bloch, the philosopher of utopia, at this most anti-utopian age.
Lefebvre's monument to the unknown painter remains to be built.
Emily Apter revisits the debate on cosmopolitanism and examines Étienne Balibar's conception of cosmopolitics.
Helena Sheehan introduces her survey of the philosophies of science developed during Marxism's first century.
On the seven-year anniversary of the 25 January Egyptian Revolution, Alain Badiou reflects on the movement that inspired The Rebirth of History.
Étienne Balibar delivers the 2018 Hrant Dink Memorial Lecture at Bogaziçi University in Istanbul.
The zadists should be credited not only for resisting, but for experimenting with new forms of life.
77 against the present. An interview with Paolo Virno, forty years after the movement of 1977 in Italy.