Out now: Crisis and Critique (4.1): Hegel(‘s) Today

12th Mar 2017

The new issue of Crisis and Critique is now available online. The table of contents is below.


Hegel(‘s) Today


Introduction: Hegel(‘s) Today, by A.Hamza & F.Ruda


Hegel Political Theologian?, by Stefania Achella


Hegel’s Master and Slave, by Alain Badiou


The Future of Hegelian Metaphysics, by John W. Burbidge


Hegel’s Big Event, by Andrew Cole


Being and MacGuffin, by Mladen Dolar 


Hegel Amerindian: For a non-Identitarian Concept of Identification in Psychoanalysis, by Christian Ingo Lenz Dunker


On Threat, by Andrew Haas


Hegel and Picture-Thinking, or, an Episode in the History of Allegory, by Fredric Jameson


Holding Lenin Together:  Hegelianism and Dialectical Materialism—A Historical Excursusby Adrian Johnston 


Normative Rationality: Hegelian Drive, by Jean-François Kervégan


Substance Subjectivized, by Zdravko Kobe


Hegel and the Present, by Pierre Macherey


Learning to Love the End of History: Freedom Through Logic, by Todd McGowan


The Germ of Death: Purposive Causality in Hegel, by Gregor Moder


Ethical Form in the External State: Bourgeois, Citizens and Capital, by Terry Pinkard


Hegel on Social Pathology: The Actuality of Unreason, by Robert B. Pippin


The Absolute Plasticity of Hegel’s Absolutes, by Borna Radnik


Hegel and the Possibility of a New Idealism, by Jure Simoniti


Freedom and Universality: Hegel’s Republican Conception of Modernity, by Michael J. Thompson


Freedom is Slavery, by Oxana Timofeeva


The politics of Alienation and Separation: From Hegel to Marx… and Back, by Slavoj Žižek


Hegel and Freud: Between Aufhebung and Verneinung, by Alenka Zupančič


Interview with Fredric Jameson: Hegel, Ideology, Contradiction, by Agon Hamza & Frank Ruda