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“Is Theory Critical?” was a question recently put to some of us publicly. I myself interpreted this question institutionally and practically: how
Suppose there is a manner of doing philosophy that, strictly speaking, doesn’t involve writing and speech-making, lecturing and teaching—indeed, a form of
European citizen, of French nationality, Bulgarian by birth and American by adoption, I am not insensitive to harsh critiques of Europe, but
We’re continually being bombarded with suggestions about what we might do (go jet skiing, study in Colorado, visit the Maldives or see
University has not always been the unwieldy bureaucratic machine that it is now. From the end of the eighteenth century onwards, European
We live in a world which is perpetually on the verge of tightening, or altogether closing, its political and other human-made borders.
The cultural section of newspapers is one of the traditional bastions of criticism. It is here that books, music and theater plays