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Thomas Morrison looks hard at Michel Foucault’s problem with science.
[Issue 127 :: August/September 2018 :: Continental Thoughts]
by Terence Green
[Issue 125 :: April/May 2018 :: Philosophical Haiku]
Stefan Bolea talks of madness, antihumanism, and the arrival of the new gods.
[Issue 124 :: February/March 2018 :: Films]
Robin Rymarczuk is Michel Foucault’s ‘friend’.
[Issue 107 :: April/May 2015 :: Modern French Philosophy]
Christophe Bruchansky asks if we’re living in a global themepark.
[Issue 77 :: February/March 2010 :: Continental Tales]
by Rick Lewis
[Issue 66 :: March/April 2008 :: Editorial]
Terri Murray on Wim Wenders and panoptic power.
[Issue 66 :: March/April 2008 :: Films]
What’s in a name? Marnie Binder asks if it matters who’s writing, and other questions of authorship.
[Issue 60 :: March/April 2007 :: Literature]
Surveillance cameras watch our every move. They reduce crime and maybe save lives. So why the fuss about privacy? Scott O’Reilly discusses the technologies of control.
[Issue 36 :: June/July 2002 :: Articles]
Chris Bloor found Body Worlds, an unusual show of dead bodies in London, to be essential viewing.
[Issue 36 :: June/July 2002 :: Exhibitions]