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  • =‘Walter Benjamin’s Philosophy: Destruction and Experience’ by Andrew Benjamin & Peter Osborne= [[Image:walter-benjamins-philosophy-destruction-and-experience-theoryleaks-650x1024.jpg]]
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  • ...t = John | title = Attachment and Loss: Vol I, 2nd Ed. | publisher = Basic Books | pages = 13-23| year = 1999 | id = ISBN 0-465-00543-8}}</ref> ...edited and abridged by Lionell Trilling and Steven Marcus (New York: Basic Books, 1961), p. 253.</ref>
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  • ...ch SEEMS to dominate. More then ever, one should bear in [[mind]] Walter [[Benjamin]]'s reminder that it is not enough to ask how a certain [[theory]] (or art) ...om 1915, in spite of Lenin's rediscovery of [[Hegel]] — why? In his Note-Books, Lenin is struggling with the same problem as [[Adorno]] in his "[[negative
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  • ...s priestly ministry.<ref>Gary Willis, "Scandal", <i>The New York Review of Books</i>, May 23 2002, p. 6.</ref></blockquote> ...lavoj [[Zizek]], <i>The Metastases of [[Enjoyment]]</i>, [[London]]: Verso Books 1995.</ref> Therein resides the lesson of Coppola's <i>Apocalypse Now</i>:
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  • ...lter Benjamin]]’s ‘[[Theses on the Philosophy of History]]’ (which [[Benjamin]] never published), [[Eric Santner]] elaborated the notion that a [[present * [[Lenin Shot at Finland Station]]. ''[[London]] Review of Books''. Volume 27. [[Number]] 16. August 18, 2005. <http://www.lrb.co.uk/v27/n1
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  • The authors of books like this are often reluctant to speak of the private lives of their subjec ...zek's fellow theorist Judith Butler writes on the back cover of one of his books: 'Slavoj lives to theorize', but we suspect the opposite is true and Zizek
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  • ...<ref>Lesley Chamberlain, ''The Philosophy Steamer'', [[London]]: Atlantic Books 2006, p. 315-316.</ref> ...w." <ref>Quoted from Victor Sebestyen, ''Twelve Days'', New York: Pantheon Books 2006.</ref><br><br>
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  • ...26'', Cambridge (Ma): Harvard University Press 1996.</ref> Interpreters of Benjamin struggle with what could "divine violence" effectively mean - is it yet ano ...int-Just formulated in an unsurpassable way this indifference towards what Benjamin called "bare life": "I despise the dust that forms me and speaks to you."<r
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  • ...ent one." <ref>Walter Benjamin, <em>Illuminations</em>, New York: Schocken Books 1969, p. 254.</ref> Can this "weak messianic power" still be asserted in th ...m>, <ref>Soren Kierkegaard, <em>Either/Or</em>, Volume I (New York: Anchor Books, 1959), 137-162.</ref> Kierkegaard proposed his fantasy of what a modern An
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  • ...ed for his pacifism, and for years he had to submit the manuscripts of his books to a state censor. (He mentions this fact in the foreword to the later new ...ref>See Marshall Sahlins, <i>Stone Age Economics</i>, Berlin and New York: Walter De Gruyter 1972.</ref> If, upon receiving a gift, I immediately return it
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  • ...f a binational Israeli-Palestinian state, incorporating the work of Walter Benjamin, Edward Said, and Jewish theology to recast the conflict in secular theolog ...zek:Books]] [[Category:Slavoj Zizek:Bibliography]] [[Category:Slavoj Zizek Books]]
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  • ...f a binational Israeli-Palestinian state, incorporating the work of Walter Benjamin, Edward Said, and Jewish theology to recast the conflict in secular theolog [[Category:Books]]
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  • ...John Abromeit''<br /> 3. Theodor Adorno, ''Deborah Cook''<br /> 4. Walter Benjamin, ''James McFarland''<br /> 5. Hannah Arendt: Rethinking the Political, '' [[Category:Books]] [[Category:TheoryLeaks.org]] [[Category:Books/Adrian_Johnston]] __NOTOC__
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  • ...messianic’. Theology, biology, and the thought of Gilles Deleuze, Walter Benjamin and Antonin Artaud are all drawn upon in Part III to explore philosophical [[Category:Books]] [[Category:TheoryLeaks.org]] [[Category:Books/Giorgio_Agamben]] __NOTOC__
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  • ...strophe of the First World War. For Giorgio Agamben, the Italian editor of Benjamin’s complete works, the destruction of experience no longer needs catastrop ...n of base and superstructure (via a careful reading of the famous Adorno–Benjamin correspondence on Baudelaire’s Paris); and the difference between rituals
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  • =‘Walter Benjamin’s Philosophy: Destruction and Experience’ by Andrew Benjamin &amp; Peter Osborne= [[Image:walter-benjamins-philosophy-destruction-and-experience-theoryleaks-650x1024.jpg]]
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  • ...may’s primary research and publications address Hegel, Marx(ism), Walter Benjamin, Theodor Adorno, Martin Heidegger, Marcel Proust, contemporary art criticis One of Comay’s most recent books, ''[http://theory.local/text/books/rebecca-comay/mourning-sickness/ Mourning Sickness: Hegel and the French Re
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  • ='Benjamin's Endgame' by Rebecca Comay= ...published in ''[[Books/Walter_Benjamin/Walter_Benjamins_Philosophy|Walter Benjamin's Philosophy: Destruction and Experience].''
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  • ==Books== * [[Books/Alain Badiou/Saint Paul The Foundation Of Universalism]]
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