Foucault News

News and resources on French thinker Michel Foucault (1926-1984)

Volume 9 / Issue 2, 25-11-2022
Edited by Agon Hamza & Frank Ruda

Open access

Introduction: Is Politics Possible Today? by Frank Ruda & Agon Hamza

Table of Contents

Politics Today: Thirteen Theses and Commentaries
by Alain Badiou

Rethinking Politics and Freedom in Anthropocene
by Wendy Brown

Technique as Politics
by Andrea Cavalletti

Thinking Life: The Force of the Biopolitical
by Andrew Benjamin

Is Politics Possible Today?
by Verónica Gago

Politics Today: ‘Only a Suffering God’ Can Help Us
by Saroj Giri

Is Politics Still Possible Today?
by Karl-Heinz Dellwo

The Will of the People and the Struggle for Mass Sovereignty: A Preliminary Outline’
by Peter Hallward

Politics is Intervention
by Christian Klar

Subjective Singularities
by Sylvain Lazarus

Politics at the Gateway of Nothingness: Liminal Times
by Álvaro García Linera

Immigration: A Major Issue in Politics Today
by Robert Linhart

The Revolution of the WethOthers (NosOtros)… Around a Theory of the Real for a Material Historical Politics of Our Times
by Ricardo Espinoza Lolas

Which Politics are Necessary in the Age of Ecological Crisis?
by Michael Löwy

In the Silences of the Catastrophe: From the Standpoint of Reproduction
by Natalia Romé

Can this War Be Thought of Politically?

by Claudia Pozzana & Alessandro Russo

Working through political organization: current results of the Subset of Theoretical Practice (2021-2022)
by Subset of Theoretical Practice

Is Politics Possible Today?
by Sophie Wahnich

The Left and (New) Antisemitism: The Palestinian Question and the Politics of Ressentiment
by Zahi Zalloua

Three Fragments on Suicide as a Political Factor
by Slavoj Žižek

Politics Today: Interview with Wolfgang Streeck
by Frank Ruda & Agon Hamza

Workerist Marxism: Interview with Antonio Negri
by Frank Ruda & Agon Hamza

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