Lewis Coyne (Cardiff): Heidegger and the Problem of the Sublime. Attila Gyulai (HAS): Between Tropology and Persuasion: Carl Schmitt's Account of Rhetoric Reconsidered. From the inaugural issue of Theoria and Praxis: International Journal of Interdisciplinary Thought, a special section on "The Political", including Gavin Rae (AUC): Violence, Territorialization, and Signification: The Political from Carl Schmitt and Gilles Deleuze; and Isaac D. Balbus (UIC): Between Enemies and Friends: Carl Schmitt, Melanie Klein and the Passion(s) of the Political. Derrida and the marginality of the French intellectual: Emile Chabal reviews The Young Derrida and French Philosophy, 1945-1968 by Edward Baring. The politics of agnosticism: Michael Barnes Norton on Latour and the post-secular. Francois Dosse on 13 things you didn’t know about Deleuze and Guattari (and part 2 and part 3). Joe Hughes reviews The New French Philosophy by Ian James. Jason Farbman interviews Vivek Chibber, author of Postcolonial Theory and the Specter of Capital. One last Derrida attack: Decades after the “Heidegger affairs” sparked vicious media wars between intellectuals in France, philosopher Jean-Pierre Faye is trying to stir things up again with a pamphlet against Jacques Derrida. Justine Lacroix (ULB): Arendt, Human Rights and French Philosophy. Ronjaunee Chatterjee reviews The Singularity of Being: Lacan and the Immortal Within by Mari Ruti. Michael Rectenwald on postmodernism, the academic Left, and the crisis of capitalism. The Bronx now has a monument to Antonio Gramsci.