A point of critique

A new issue of Parrhesia is out, including a review of Zizek and Politics: A Critical Introduction by Matthew Sharpe and Geoff Boucher. Kubilay Akman (Bingol): Surrogating Bodies, Embodiment of Theories. Helena Dahlberg investigates human corporeity in Merleau-Ponty's philosophy. From Left Curve, Richard Gilman-Opalsky (Illinois): Upheaval as Philosophy: Eleven Theses on Guy Debord. From Reconstruction, a special issue on multilingual realities in translation. From Political Theology, a review of Democracy in What State? by Giorgio Agamben. From Antipode, Jennifer Fluri (Dartmouth): Capitalizing on Bare Life: Sovereignty, Exception, and Gender Politics; and Zizek on WikiLeaks: S. M. Reid-Henry on two figures and a point of critique. From New Left Review, beyond existing arguments about equality, might the praxes of permanent and passive revolution offer a way to conceptualize a more expansionary levelling? A review of Wittgenstein's Antiphilosophy by Alain Badiou. From New Formulations (reg. req.), decoding diaspora and disjuncture: Arjun Appadurai in dialogue with David Morley.