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Happy birthday, Habermas!
Far from being consigned to the ash heap of intellectual fashions, the structuralism of Claude Lévi-Strauss, a new biography shows, is in many ways still with us.
Hannah Arendt’s unfinished book on Marx offers a timely philosophical dialogue for our era of economic precarity.
Poets, philosophers, playwrights.
For the philosopher and intellectual historian Hans Blumenberg, myths and metaphors were pivotal to philosophical thinking, not opposed to it.
Does Trump’s success vindicate or undermine liberal theory?
No dead guys with beards in this reading list, we promise.
The “father of modern linguistics” turns 90!
Jean-Paul Sartre’s existential Marxism offers a radical philosophical foundation for today’s revitalized critiques of capitalism.
There is still much to learn from the radical legacy of critical theory.
Fascist politics exploits freedom of speech for authoritarian ends.
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