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Angelaki, Journal of the Theoretical Humanities Special Issue: Problems in twentieth-century French philosophy Vol 23, no. 2 2018
Issue editors: Sean Bowden and Mark G.E. Kelly

Introduction
PROBLEMS IN TWENTIETH-CENTURY FRENCH PHILOSOPHY
Sean Bowden & Mark G.E. Kelly
Page: 1

Editorial
PROBLEMATIZING PROBLEMS
Sean Bowden & Mark G.E. Kelly
Pages: 2-7

THE MISADVENTURES OF THE “PROBLEM” IN “PHILOSOPHY”
from kant to deleuze
Giuseppe Bianco
Pages: 8-30

BERGSON’S METHOD OF PROBLEMATISATION AND THE PURSUIT OF METAPHYSICAL PRECISION
Craig Lundy
Pages: 31-44

AN ANTI-POSITIVIST CONCEPTION OF PROBLEMS
deleuze, bergson and the french epistemological tradition
Sean Bowden
Pages: 45-63

CAVAILLÈS, MATHEMATICAL PROBLEMS AND QUESTIONS
Pierre Cassou-Noguès
Pages: 64-78

LAUTMAN ON PROBLEMS AS THE CONDITIONS OF EXISTENCE OF SOLUTIONS
Simon B. Duffy
Pages: 79-93

SIMONDON ON THE NOTION OF THE PROBLEM
a genetic schema of individuation
Daniela Voss
Pages: 94-112

ON THE PROBLEM AND MYSTERY OF EVIL
marcel’s existential dissolution of an antinomy
Jill Hernandez
Pages: 113-124

TOWARDS A PHENOMENOLOGY OF SAGESSE
uncovering the unique philosophical problematic of pierre hadot
Matthew Sharpe
Pages: 125-138
Published online: 10 Apr 2018

THE ERRORS OF HISTORY
knowledge and epistemology in bachelard, canguilhem and foucault
Alison Ross
Pages: 139-154

PROBLEMATIZING THE PROBLEMATIC
foucault and althusser
Mark G.E. Kelly
Pages: 155-169

FOUCAULT, PSYCHOANALYSIS, AND CRITIQUE
two aspects of problematization
Amy Allen
Pages: 170-186

PROBLEMATIZATION IN FOUCAULT’S GENEALOGY AND DELEUZE’S SYMPTOMATOLOGY
or, how to study sexuality without invoking oppositions
Colin Koopman
Pages: 187-204

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