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radical gender theory
81. Radical Philosophy Review: Volume > 17 > Issue: 1
Claudia Leeb, Radical Political Change: A Feminist Perspective
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This paper answers the question what is radical philosophy today by explaining the how, when, and who of socio-political transformation. We need both critical theorizing and a transformative practice to explain how we can change the world. We must theorize the moment of the limit in the objective domain of power, to answer the question when agency becomes possible. I introduce the idea of the “political subject-in-outline” that moves within the tension of minimal closure (the subject) and permanent openness (the outline) to theorize a who that remains inclusive and in a position to transform the status quo. Marx’s and Adorno’s thought remains central to theorize socio-political transformation today.
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Joshua Mills-Knutsen, Challenging Allies: Audre Lorde as Radical Exemplar
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In 1979, Audre Lorde delivered a paper at a conference celebrating feminism that proceeded to undermine the self-congratulatory tone of the participants by alerting them to the ways that they too were in need of radical critique. In this paper I explore the nature and importance of what it means to be radical by analyzing Lorde’s place within the broader trend of philosophical self-criticism as it specifically relates to the feminist movement. My goal is to argue that while radical theory must always stretch out toward the world, it must always turn back on itself in order to avoid the very injustices it seeks to correct.
book reviews
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Frieda Afary, From the Transcendence of Capitalism to the Realization of Human Power as an End in Itself: Reading Marx’s Corpus as a Whole
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Ryan Edwards, Squinting at the End of History
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Jeffrey Epstein, The State of Sovereignty and a Future Democratic Justice
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Mladjo Ivanovic, The Limits of Our Humanitarian Present
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Elizabeth Oljar, Do We Still Need a Concept of Civil Disobedience?
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Corinne Painter, The Connection between Animal Rights and Animal Liberation: A Reconsideration of the Relation between Non-human Animal Autonomy and Animal Rights
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Raphael Sassower, The Role of the Left in American History
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Mark Lewis Taylor, The Cry of Victims and Philosophy: Liberation Beyond Habermas and Levinas
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