Continental philosophy

From Film-Philosophy, a special issue on Jean Baudrillard. The inaugural issue of the new journal Analecta Hermeneutica has a series of papers on continental philosophy and hermeneutics. From Perspectives: International Postgraduate Journal of Philosophy, a special issue on Continental Philosophy, including Gail Weiss (GWU): Intertwined Identities: Challenges to Bodily Autonomy; and an interview with the New School's Simon Critchley. Cigdem Cidam (Missouri State): Antonio Negri's Radical Critique of Contemporary Capitalism: Invoking Love, Revolutionizing Politics and Theorizing Democracy. From e-flux, an interview with Antonio Negri. On the common, universality, and communism: A conversation between Etienne Balibar and Antonio Negri. Cultural theorist Paul Virilio has been repeating essentially the same thing, packed inside different specifics at different times, over and over for the past 30 years; maybe it’s time for everybody — not just French people and college students — to start listening to him. A review of Marx through Post-Structuralism: Lyotard, Derrida, Foucault, Deleuze by Simon Choat. Why Deleuze (still) matters: Andrew Robinson on states, war-machines and radical transformation. A review of books by Alain Badiou (and more). Alberto Toscano delineates Alain Badiou’s political thinking to differentiate his conclusions from those reached in Hegemony and Socialist Strategy by Ernesto Laclau and Chantal Mouffe. Ceasefire proflies Slavoj Zizek: The Dog’s Bollocks at the Media Dinner Party. Slavoj Zizek wages a fight on two fronts, against both God and capitalism. Here are excerpts from the forthcoming book Zizek and the Media by Paul Taylor. A review of Derrida: Profanations by Patrick O'Connor. A review of Derrida by Benoit Peeters. A review of Alienation after Derrida by Simon Skempton. A review of The Truth (and Untruth) of Language: Heidegger, Ricoeur and Derrida on Disclosure and Displacement by Gert-Jan van der Heiden.