Vol. 1, Critique & Betrayal

This first volume in a new series of essays from the archive of the British journal Radical Philosophy reflects upon the rich and troubled history of the Enlightenment concept of critique as it has been extended, transformed, translated, and betrayed in Marxism, feminism, and post-colonial theory.

Austin Gross, Matt Hare and Marie Louise Krogh, eds, Critique & Betrayal: Essays from the Radical Philosophy Archive, Volume 1
ISBN 978-1-9162292-0-4. UK £14.99 / US$22.00
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The editors, Austin Gross, Matt Hare and Marie Louise Krogh, are PhD candidates in the Centre for Research in Modern European Philosophy (CRMEP), Kingston University London.

Authors: Robert Bernasconi, Brenna Bhandar, Françoise Collin, Simon Critchley, Penelope Deutscher, Meena Dhanda, Harry Harootunian, Pauline Johnson, Christian Kerslake, Philippe Lacoue-Labarthe, Kolja Lindner, Joseph McCarney, Andrew McGettigan, Peter Osborne, Rosa & Charley Parkin Stella Sandford, Lynne Segal, Alberto Toscano

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