Edinburgh University Press has announced that my next book, Interventions in Contemporary Thought: History, Politics, Aesthetics, will by published in July 2016. Please find below the cover–with a link to EUP’s announcement and description–as well as the table of contents. Oxford University Press’s announcement can be read here.
TABLE OF CONTENTS
What Is an Intervention?
Metaphilosophical Critique and the Reinvention of Contemporary Theory
How Do We Think the Present?
From Ontology of Contemporary Reality to Ontology without Being
The Right of Philosophy and the Facts of History
Foucault, Derrida, Descartes
Aesthetic Revolution and Modern Democracy
Is Difference a Value in Itself?
Critique of a Metaphilosophical Axiology
Castoriadis and the Tradition of Radical Critique
The Hatred of Rancière
Democracy in the History of Political Cultures
The Art of Talking Past One Another:
The Badiou-Rancière Debate
The Hermeneutics of Art and Political History in Rancière
The Forgotten Political Art par excellence?
Architecture, Design and the Social Sculpting of the Body Politic