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DÉSCALAGES: AN ALTHUSSER STUDIES JOURNAL – VOLUME I ISSUE 2

Décalages: an Althusser Studies Journal: Vol.I , Issue 2 is now available

We are pleased to announce that the second issue of Décalages: an Althusser Studies Journal is now available online at www.decalages.net.

The issue includes a previously unpublished text by Althusser, “On Genesis” (1966), in which he explores the concept of a materialism of the encounter. The original French version is accompanied by English, Spanish and Italian translations, as well as an introduction by G.M. Goshgarian.

Also featured are Pierre Macherey’s examination of Judith Butler on the Althusserian theory of interpellation, Won Choi on Zizek’s critique of Althusser’s notion of ideology, Samuel Solomon’s reading of Derrida’s unpublished seminars on Althusser, as well as other articles and reviews.

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