A new issue of Liminalities is out. Won Choi (LUC): From or Toward the Symbolic? A Critique of Zizek’s The Sublime Object of Ideology. Christopher Langlois (UWO): Writing for Two: A Critique of Literature, Love, and the Event in the Philosophy of Alain Badiou. Morten Axel Pedersen (Copenhagen): Common Nonsense: A Review of Certain Recent Reviews of the “Ontological Turn”. From Cosmos and History, a special issue on Castoriadis, Genealogy, History: Remaining Revolutionary, Remaining Open. From the latest issue of Speculations, Benjamin Norris (New School): Re-asking the Question of the Gendered Subject after Non-Philosophy. Simone Belli reviews Deleuze Reframed by Damian Sutton and David Martin-Jones. An excerpt from Struggle and Utopia at the End Times of Philosophy by Francois Laruelle. Owen Hulatt reviews The I in We: Studies in the Theory of Recognition by Axel Honneth. More than everything: Peter Osborne on Zizek's Badiouian Hegel. Katie Engelhart interviews Slavoj Zizek: “I am not the world’s hippest philosopher!” From CrazyFacts.com, Guy Debord, French Marxist literary theorist, published his first book with a sandpaper cover so that books placed next to it would be destroyed.