philosophy

Who am I? New work by Frances Aviva Blane

September 6th, 2019|art, culture, philosophy, Reviews, Visions|0 Comments

“Beauty will be CONVULSIVE or it will not be at all”. The last sentence of André Breton’s 1928 Surrealist novel Nadja could have been written in reaction to the work of Frances Aviva Blane.

Her latest book, […]

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The passionate logic of Evald Ilyenkov

Finding Evald Ilyenkov is a bit of a detective story, charting the rediscovery of long-buried events and writings by a remarkable Soviet-era philosopher.

Much of his work is only now becoming available in English and other languages, as the imperative to […]

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How Evald Ilyenkov was ‘found’

April 13th, 2019|Ilyenkov, philosophy|1 Comment

Finding Evald Ilyenkov by Corinna LotzHow a philosopher considered the most significant theorist of the Soviet era came to influence Nordic, British, American and German thinkers, as well as revolutionary activists, is revealed […]

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