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BUDDHISM AND RADICAL THEORY

Dear All

This new journal The Arrow: A Journal of Wakeful Society, Culture, and Politics may interest you.

It is a site on inquiry at the intersection of Buddhism, meditation, critical theory, and social change.

Articles in the inaugural issue by Michaele Ferguson, Adam Lobel, and myself put thinkers like Foucault, Marx, Deleuze, and Arendt into conversation with contemplative practices of the self and the social.

Give the journal a gander: http://www.arrow-journal.org/

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James K. Rowe
Assistant Professor
School of Environmental Studies
University of Victoria
Coast Salish Territory
Office – Turpin Building, Rm B224
Phone – 250.853-3574
Email – jkrowe@uvic.ca

 

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John Locke

STUDIES IN SOCIAL AND POLITICAL THOUGHT – ISSUE 17

University of Sussex Social and Political Thought

Volume 17 Spring/Summer 2010

Contact sspt@sussex.ac.uk if you would like a paper copy for £5 or a PDF for free. Also contact us to get involved in editing or writing for the journal. 

Sussex Conference on Theodor W. Adorno: 40 Years Conference Report – (Simon Mussell)

Gaps: An Inquiry into Deformation and Determination in Adorno (Nicholas Joll)

A Forcefield between Nature, Society, and Reason: Approaching Adorno’s Philosophy of Language
Philip Hogh

Aesthetic Praxis
Josh Robinson

Theses Against Occultism Today: Towards Capitalism as Occultism?
Chris O’Kane

Articles

Meadian Reflections on the Existential Ambivalence of Human Selfhood
Simon Susen

Reconsidering the Marxist Theory of the Capitalist State: An Alternative Approach
Fatma Ülkü Selçuk

Leo Strauss, Political Philosophy, and Modern Judaism
J. Christopher Paskewich

Butler and Buddhism: Identity, Performativity and Anatta
Paddy McQueen

Reviews

‘Derrida, An Egyptian’ by Peter Sloterdijk
Arthur Willemse

‘Living on Borrowed Time’ by Zygmunt Bauman
Matt Dawson

‘Decolonizing Development: Colonial Power and the Maya’ by Joel
Stratis-Andreas Efthymiou

‘Walter Benjamin and Bertolt Brecht:The Story of a Friendship’ by Erdmut
R. Phillip Homburg

‘One Dimensional Woman’ by Nina Power
Zoe Sutherland

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