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RADICAL PHILOSOPHY 171

RADICAL PHILOSOPHY 171, January/February 2012 OUT NOW

CONTENTS:

Nick Dyer-Witheford, `Net, Square, Everywhere?’

Andy Merrifield, `Ideas are Bulletproof’

Sergio Villalobos-Ruminott, `The Chilean Winter’

Jason Adams, `Occupy Time’

Howard Caygill, `Also Sprach Zapata: Philosophy and Resistance’

Marilena Chaui, `Political Theology’

Nathan Brown and Sabu Kohso on Occupy Oakland and New York

Neil Benton & Peter Osborne, David Macey 1949-2011

Drew Milne on new books on Lukacs

Cristina Chimisso on Hans Jorg Rheinberger’s historical epistemology

Stephen Harper on Eagleton and Mattick on the Crisis

David Chandler on Nudge Nudge Think Think

Debora Halbert on Merck & Sandford’s Further Adventures of the Dialectic of Sex

Jason Smith on Bruno Bosteels’s Actuality of Communism

Nick Moss on Colin Cremin’s Capitalism’s New Clothes

John Timberlake on Richter at Tate Modern

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Forthcoming highlights:

Noam Chomsky in conversation with Peter Hallward

Etienne Balibar on Lenin, Gandhi and Violence

Art and Language on Lyotard’s Discourse, Figure

Jussi Parikka and Caroline Bassett on new books on the Post-Humanities

Claudia Aradau on new books on Beyond Biopolitics

John Kraniauskas on Jameson’s Representing Capital

Andrew McGettigan on Francois Laruelle

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Anarchism

LONDON ANARCHIST BOOKFAIR 2010

SATURDAY 23 OCTOBER 2010

10am-7pm Queen Mary, University Of London, Mile End Road, Mile End tube

Paul Mason, Hillel Ticktin and Endnotes debate:

‘Will Cameron’s Cuts lead to working-class defeat or to a new anti-capitalist movement?’

(Paul Mason’s writings can be found at his blog at bbc.co.uk and Ticktin and Endnotes articles are at libcom.org)

Chris Knight and Milan Rai debate Noam Chomsky’s science and politics

Plus talks with John Pilger and Michael Albert

Also meetings on: India, Croatia, feminism, Palestine, Zapatistas, Gandhi, Proudhon, pirates, co-ops, prisons, EDL, education, healthworkers, shop stewards and more.

For more details and for information about the: ‘Housing Ourselves’ conference – Sunday 24 October. See http://www.anarchistbookfair.org.uk/whatson.html

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