Guattari, Bookchin and more.
This week’s 8-Bit Philosophy takes Hannah Arendt’s writing in “Eichmann and Jerusalem,” where the theorist discusses the war crime trials against Adolf Eichmann.
An excerpt from “Gilles Deleuze and Metaphysics,” published last month by Lexington Books.
Last year, Heidegger’s “Black Notebooks” were released in Germany and caused a stir both in Germany and abroad after passages came to light containing strong anti-Semitic language.
The one where you accidentally bought the decorative edition of GWF Hegel.
You’ve got until January 30!
As people begin their attempts to keep ill-fated resolutions and post annoying photographs on Instgram hashtagged #newyearnewme, it’s also time to review the terrible ramifications of your bad decisions in 2014.
Over the last few weeks, over 2,000 votes were cast for the best critical theory book of 2014. Here are the top 5 books of 2014, chosen by you.
The latest from Existential Comics.
The most widely read stories on Critical-Theory.com in 2014.