Volume 5 • Issue 1 • 2019

Research


Foucault, Winckelmann, die Archäologie und die Epochenstilgeschichte

Foucault, Winckelmann, die Archäologie und die Epochenstilgeschichte

Gottfried Schnödl

2019-05-27 Volume 5 • Issue 1 • 2019 • 1–34

Culture as Imperial Synapse: Pre- and Post-Foucauldian Approaches to Culture in British Imperial Historiography

Culture as Imperial Synapse: Pre- and Post-Foucauldian Approaches to Culture in British Imperial Historiography

Darren Reid

2019-06-20 Volume 5 • Issue 1 • 2019 • 1–26

Should Critique be Tamed by Realism? A Defense of Radical Critiques of Reason

Should Critique be Tamed by Realism? A Defense of Radical Critiques of Reason

Frieder Vogelmann

2019-08-21 Volume 5 • Issue 1 • 2019 • 1–34

Also a part of:

Collection: Politics of Truth

'Nietzsche', 'Perspektivismus', 'Postfaktizität': Drei Perspektiven

'Nietzsche', 'Perspektivismus', 'Postfaktizität': Drei Perspektiven

Jakob Dellinger

2019-10-18 Volume 5 • Issue 1 • 2019 • 1–33

Also a part of:

Collection: Politics of Truth

Cooperation and Critique in Neuroscience: Loops of Feedback Between Philosophy, the Psy Sciences and Neurophenomenology

Cooperation and Critique in Neuroscience: Loops of Feedback Between Philosophy, the Psy Sciences and Neurophenomenology

Cornelius Borck

2019-12-16 Volume 5 • Issue 1 • 2019 • 1–36

Review


Michel Foucault va au cinéma / Foucault at the Movies

Michel Foucault va au cinéma / Foucault at the Movies

Arianna Sforzini

2019-01-07 Volume 5 • Issue 1 • 2019 • 1–10

Au sujet de l'édition de Michel Foucault, Le courage de la vérité: Quelques remarques du traducteur hongrois

Au sujet de l'édition de Michel Foucault, Le courage de la vérité: Quelques remarques du traducteur hongrois

Ákos Cseke

2019-04-25 Volume 5 • Issue 1 • 2019 • 1–17

From Foucauldian Biopower to Infopower and Energopower: A Review of Colin Koopman's and Dominic Boyer's Novel Conceptualizations of Power

From Foucauldian Biopower to Infopower and Energopower: A Review of Colin Koopman's and Dominic Boyer's Novel Conceptualizations of Power

Kirsten Sophie Hasberg

2019-11-27 Volume 5 • Issue 1 • 2019 • 1–16