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By Judith Revel Translated from the French by Sabina Vaccarino Bremner (Columbia) It is difficult to consider the posterity of a text as anchored in the debates of its own time as The Second Sex by Beauvoir. Seventy years, that’s… Continue Reading
By Christen Hammock Our first seminar, Critique 1/13: In Search of a Method, posed the question whether there is a right or wrong way to read critical theory texts, and in the discussion, I was immediately struck by how personal… Continue Reading
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de Beauvoir, Simone. The Second Sex. Vintage Books, 2011. Butler, Judith. “Sex and Gender in Simone de Beauvoir’s Second Sex.” Yale French Studies, No. 72 (1986), pp 35-49.
By Axel Honneth
By Axel Honneth The two articles that we will discuss (Adorno, „The Actuality of Philosophy“; Horkheimer, „Traditional and Critical Theory“) are very different with regard to substance as well as to method; the differences even reveal that Adorno and… Continue Reading
François Robert Ewald is the general editor of the entire series of Michel Foucault’s Collège de France lectures and was Foucault’s principal assistant at the Collège de France. Currently, he chairs the Scientific Committee of the Université de l’Assurance and… Continue Reading
By Amy Allen “For myself, I prefer to utilize the writers I like. The only valid tribute to thought such as Nietzsche’s is precisely to use it, to deform it, to make it groan and protest. And if commentators say… Continue Reading