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by Peter Hallward,Oliver Feltham,B. Madison Mount,Jason Barker,Oliver Marchart,Lindsey Hair,Andrew Gibson,Ãlie During,Stefan Herbrechter,Bruno Bosteels,Bruno Besana,Eric Alliez,Carsten Strathausen,Jon Baldwin,Matthew Wilkens,Polygraph Editorial Collective,Nico Baumbach

Author: Peter Hallward,Oliver Feltham,B. Madison Mount,Jason Barker,Oliver Marchart,Lindsey Hair,Andrew Gibson,Ãlie During,Stefan Herbrechter,Bruno Bosteels,Bruno Besana,Eric Alliez,Carsten Strathausen,Jon Baldwin,Matthew Wilkens,Polygraph Editorial Collective,Nico Baumbach
Language: English
Publisher: Polygraph: An International Journal of Culture and Politics (September 1, 2005)
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Philosophy and Its Nominations - Oliver Feltham The Cantorian Revolution: Alain Badiou and the Philosophy of Set Theory - B. Madison Mount Topography and Structure - Jason Barker Nothing but a Introduction - Matthew Wilkins Depending on Inconsistency: Badiou's Answer to the "Guiding Question of All Contemporary Philosophy" - Peter Hallward And Being and Event and.

The Philosophy of Alain Badiou. Philosophy and Its Nominations. Includes a table of the abbreviations used throughout the issue. Depending on Inconsistency: Badiou's Answer to the "Guiding Question of All Contemporary Philosophy". The Cantorian Revolution: Alain Badiou and the Philosophy of Set Theory. Topography and Structure. Nothing but a Truth: Alain Badiou's "Philosophy of Politics" and the Left Heideggerians.

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by Peter Hallward, Oliver Feltham, B. Madison Mount, Jason Barker, Oliver Marchart, Lindsey Hair, Andrew Gibson, Ã lie During, Nico Baumbach, Stefan. ISBN 9780979071553 (978-790715-5-3) Softcover, Polygraph: An International Journal of Culture and Politics, 2005. Find signed collectible books: 'Polygraph 17: The Philosophy of Alain Badiou'

Peter Hallwards Alain Badiou: A Subject to Truth and Jason Bark- ers Alain .

Feltham concludes that the task of philosophy is the recognition and naming of these disjunctive syntheses as they emerge in singular truth procedures, and ends his contribution by sketching the consequences of this conception.

Translator Oliver Feltham stayed "as close as possible to Badiou's syntax" . He has also contributed to a recent issue of & devoted to a discussion of Badiou's work ( 2005).

Translator Oliver Feltham stayed "as close as possible to Badiou's syntax" but "at the price of losing fluidity. The logic behind this sacrifice being that Badiou's syntax does its own philosophical work; the unfortunate result being that many sentences, though elegant in French, are wounded in English. This is a major publishing event. -Dan Smith, Purdue University.

ric Alliez - 2001 - Multitudes 3 (3):26-34. A Dialogue with Alain Badiou. Alain Badiou - 2005 - In Gabriel Riera (e., Alain Badiou: Philosophy and its Conditions. State University of New York Press. Christian Communists, Islamic Anarchists?

Philosophy and its nominations, Polygraph 17 : The Philosophy of Alain Badiou, 2005, 27-40.

L’acte de hétéro-identification: ‘les mathématiques sont l’ontologie’ Ecrits autour de la pensée d’Alain Badiou (Paris: Harmattan, 2007), 65-70. Et l’être et l’événement e. la philosophie et ses synthèses disjonctives, Ecrits autour de la pensée d’Alain Badiou (Paris: Harmattan, 2007), 107-124 : Philosophy and its nominations, Polygraph 17 : The Philosophy of Alain Badiou, 2005, 27-40. Singularity happening in politics: the Aboriginal Tent Embassy, Canberra 1972, Communication and Cognition, Vol. 37 No. 1, 2004, 225-245.

Introduction -- Matthew Wilkins Depending on Inconsistency: Badiou's Answer to the "Guiding Question of All Contemporary Philosophy" -- Peter Hallward And Being and Event and ...: Philosophy and Its Nominations -- Oliver Feltham The Cantorian Revolution: Alain Badiou and the Philosophy of Set Theory -- B. Madison Mount Topography and Structure -- Jason Barker Nothing but a Truth: Alain Badiou's "Philosophy of Politics" and the Left Heideggerians -- Oliver Marchart "I Love (u)": Badiou on Love, Logic, and Truth -- Lindsey Hair Badiou and Beckett: Actual Infinity, Event, Remainder -- Andrew Gibson How Much Truth Can Art Bear? On Badiou's "Inaesthetics" -- Elie During Something Else Is Possible: Thinking Badiou on Philosophy and Art -- Nico Baumbach Badiou, Derrida, and The Matrix: Cultural Criticism between Objectless Subjects and Subjectless Objects -- Stefan Herbrechter Badiou without Zizek -- Bruno Bosteels One or Several Events? The Knot between Event and Subject in the Work of Alain Badiou -- Bruno Besana Badiou: The Grace of the Universal -- Eric Alliez The Badiou-Event -- Carsten Strathausen "Fault Lines": Simon Critchley in Discussion on Alain Badiou -- Edited by Jon Baldwin and Nick Haeffner