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Deleuze & Guattari’s Friendly Concepts

Karen Parham explores the collection of curious concepts Gilles Deleuze and Felix Guattari use in their organic perception of reality.
[Issue 144 :: June/July 2021 :: Articles]

To Be Born: Genesis of a New Human Being by Luce Irigaray

Dharmender Dhillon muses on Luce Irigaray’s best way to make an individual.
[Issue 128 :: October/November 2018 :: Books]

Quotation Marks Needed

by Anja Steinbauer
[Issue 127 :: August/September 2018 :: Editorial]

The Concept of the Other from Kant to Lacan

Peter Benson looks at how continental minds see how we see other minds.
[Issue 127 :: August/September 2018 :: Continental Thoughts]

Anxiety by Jacques Lacan

Peter Caws critiques Jacques Lacan’s psychoanalytic obscurantism.
[Issue 113 :: April/May 2016 :: Books]

Analytic Philosophy, Continental Literature?

Marc Champagne argues that the supposedly ’professional’ style of the analytic tradition does not ensure professionalism, nor indeed, clear-mindedness.
[Issue 109 :: August/September 2015 :: Articles]

French Lessons

by Rick Lewis
[Issue 107 :: April/May 2015 :: Editorial]

A Refutation of Snails By Roast Beef

James Alexander finds Alain Badiou guilty of horrors but sometimes worth reading.
[Issue 107 :: April/May 2015 :: Modern French Philosophy]

Derrida’s Performance

Yonathan Listik puts in a linguistic performance to communicate Derrida’s linguistic performance.
[Issue 107 :: April/May 2015 :: Modern French Philosophy]

The Journey

Emery Cournand describes his own philosophical odyssey.
[Issue 92 :: September/October 2012 :: Philosophers on Philosophy]

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