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    Book Review: Occult Features of Anarchism, with Attention to the Conspiracy of Kings and the Conspiracy of the Peoples by Erica Laglisse

Book Review: Occult Features of Anarchism, with Attention to the Conspiracy of Kings and the Conspiracy of the Peoples by Erica Laglisse

In Occult Features of Anarchism, with Attention to the Conspiracy of Kings and the Conspiracy of the Peoples, Erica Laglisse challenges […]

Book Review: Global Burnout by Pascal Chabot

In Global Burnout, Pascal Chabot examines the phenomenon of burnout, locating it as a direct result of the spirit […]

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    Book Review: Fictioning: The Myth-Functions of Contemporary Art and Philosophy by David Burrows and Simon O’Sullivan

Book Review: Fictioning: The Myth-Functions of Contemporary Art and Philosophy by David Burrows and Simon O’Sullivan

In Fictioning: The Myth-Functions of Contemporary Art and Philosophy, David Burrows and Simon O’Sullivan define and map instances of the practice […]

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    Book Review: Sensual Excess: Queer Femininity and Brown Jouissance by Amber Jamilla Musser

Book Review: Sensual Excess: Queer Femininity and Brown Jouissance by Amber Jamilla Musser

In Sensual Excess: Queer Femininity and Brown Jouissance, Amber Jamilla Musser confronts the tensions that arise in producing knowledge […]

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    Book Review: An Anthropology of Marxism by Cedric J. Robinson

Book Review: An Anthropology of Marxism by Cedric J. Robinson

In An Anthropology of Marxism, reissued posthumously, Cedric J. Robinson provides a novel lens for deconstructing the work of […]

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    Book Review: Adventures in Theory: A Compact Anthology edited by Calvin Thomas

Book Review: Adventures in Theory: A Compact Anthology edited by Calvin Thomas

In Adventures in Theory: A Compact Anthology, Calvin Thomas offers a new collection of eighteen excerpts of classic books and essays […]

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    Book Review: Reading Wittgenstein with Anscombe: Going on to Ethics by Cora Diamond

Book Review: Reading Wittgenstein with Anscombe: Going on to Ethics by Cora Diamond

In Reading Wittgenstein with Anscombe: Going on to Ethics, Cora Diamond makes the case for (re)reading Ludwig Wittgenstein alongside […]

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    Book Review: Conservative Moments: Reading Conservative Texts edited by Mark Garnett

Book Review: Conservative Moments: Reading Conservative Texts edited by Mark Garnett

In Conservative Moments: Reading Conservative Texts, Mark Garnett brings together essays that reflect on a plethora of figures across […]

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    Book Review: The Constitution of India: A Contextual Analysis by Arun K. Thiruvengadam

Book Review: The Constitution of India: A Contextual Analysis by Arun K. Thiruvengadam

In The Constitution of India: A Contextual Analysis, Arun K. Thiruvengadam provides a concise introduction to the Indian Constitution, with insights […]

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    Book Review: A Political Theory of Post-Truth by Ignas Kalpokas

Book Review: A Political Theory of Post-Truth by Ignas Kalpokas

In A Political Theory of Post-Truth, Ignas Kalpokas offers a nuanced and lucid description of the conditions and content […]

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    Book Review: Distillations: Theory, Ethics, Affect by Mari Ruti

Book Review: Distillations: Theory, Ethics, Affect by Mari Ruti

In Distillations: Theory, Ethics, Affect, Mari Ruti offers a number of concise formulations – or ‘distillations’ – that reflect on the […]

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    Book Review: Vexy Thing: On Gender and Liberation by Imani Perry

Book Review: Vexy Thing: On Gender and Liberation by Imani Perry

In Vexy Thing: On Gender and Liberation, Imani Perry offers a powerful historical analysis of patriarchy and domination that draws on […]

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    Book Review: Down to Earth: Politics in the New Climatic Regime by Bruno Latour

Book Review: Down to Earth: Politics in the New Climatic Regime by Bruno Latour

In Down to Earth: Politics in the New Climatic Regime, Bruno Latour explores the political and philosophical challenges proper to a time […]

Book Review: Robot Rights by David J. Gunkel

In Robot Rights, David J. Gunkel explores the question of whether rights should be extended to robots, examining the philosophical foundations of four […]

  • Permalink This medal was issued by the French ministry of finance to celebrate the 100th anniversary of the French Revolution. It depicts an allegorical figure of Currency minting coins while the reverse shows the grounds of the Exposition Universelle of 1889 in Paris. The Eiffel Tower was built for the fair and served as the entrance arch to the grounds. The building on the far left is the Galerie des machines, the longest interior space in the world at the time. It was destroyed in 1910.Gallery

    Book Review: The Lost History of Liberalism: From Ancient Rome to the Twenty-First Century by Helena Rosenblatt

Book Review: The Lost History of Liberalism: From Ancient Rome to the Twenty-First Century by Helena Rosenblatt

In The Lost History of Liberalism: From Ancient Rome to the Twenty-First Century, Helena Rosenblatt gives an account of how […]

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