Vol. 2, Philosophy & Nations
This second volume of a new series of essays from the archive of the British journal Radical Philosophy reflects upon the seemingly inextricable connection of philosophy – in Europe and beyond – to discourses of the nation: its shifting historical meanings and functions, implications and consequences, political significance and limits.
Austin Gross, Matt Hare and Marie Louise Krogh, eds, Philosophy & Nations: Essays from the Radical Philosophy Archive, Volume 2
ISBN 978-1-9162292-2-8. 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: Éric Alliez, Ariella Azoulay, Étienne Balibar, Boris Buden, Howard Caygill, Simon Critchley, Philip Derbyshire, Anna-Sabine Ernst, Peter Hallward, Axel Honneth, Gerwin Klinger, Lynda Nead, Omedi Ochieng, Peter Osborne, Anson Rabinbach, Jonathan Rée, Bill Schwarz, John Sellars, Cornelia Sorabji