Parrhesia new issue: Elden, Bowden, Armstrong on Fink, Badiou, Zizek and Foucault

A new issue of Parrhesia is available (h/t Ali Rivzi).

Parrhesia is the pactice of frank speech, of speaking liberally, and was discussed in a number of Foucault’s lectures during the 1980s (eg., see Hermeneutics of the Subject).

Here is the table of contents:

‘You cannot make a living just being a theoretician’: An Interview with Jean-Michel Rabaté With
Jeroen Lauwers & Thomas Van Parys

Michel Foucault, Philosopher? A Note on Genealogy and Archaeology
Rudi Visker

Beyond Resistance: a response to Zizek’s critique of Foucault’s subject of freedom Aurelia

Alain Badiou: Problematics and the Different Senses of Being in Being and Event
Sean Bowden

Eugen Fink and the Question of the World
Stuart Elden

Between Rupture and Repetition: Intervention and Evental Recurrence in the Thought of Alain
Hollis Phelps


Jeff Malpas, Heidegger’s Topology
Miguel de Beistegui

Steven Crowell and Jeff Malpas (eds.) Transcendental Heidegger
Ingo Farin

Eric Paras, Foucault 2.0: Beyond Power and Knowledge
Sam Rocha

Parrhesia is completely open access, and is a member of the Open Humanities Press


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