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New Left Review 86 ❰PDF / Epub❯ ✅ New Left Review 86 Author New Left Review – Natus-physiotherapy.co.uk CONTENTSSusan Watkins AnnexationsAfter decades of connivance with territorial seizures from Palestine to East Timor the West rediscovers the principle of state sovereignty in Crimea The actual record CONTENTSSusan Watkins AnnexationsAfter decades of connivance with territorial seizures from Palestine to East Timor the West rediscovers the principle of state sovereignty in Crimea The actual record of th century land grabs and the cross cutting geopolitical pressures bearing down on UkraineSuleiman Mourad Riddles of the BookA scholar of Islamic history discusses the formation and trajectory of the last great Abrahamic religion Tensions between ecumenicism and jihad pan Islamism and division of the umma and a bleak present of recrudescent sectarianismNancy Fraser Behind Marx’s Hidden AbodeBehind exchange there lurks production New Left MOBI :Ê but what is hidden still The disavowed conditions of capital’s possibility—in reproduction politics and nature—as sites for expanded anti capitalist struggleRobin Blackburn Stuart Hall –Founding editor of NLR pioneer of Cultural Studies early analyst of Thatcherism theorist of Caribbean identities nuncio of New Times—Robin Blackburn remembers Stuart HallPeter Dews Nietzsche for LosersOpening a symposium on Malcolm Bull’s Anti Nietzsche Dews retraces the logic of critical supersession in European philosophy before taking issue with the author’s account of Nietzschean will to power and the reading strategy to be pursued in the face of itRaymond Geuss Systems Values and EgalitarianismPerspectivist or systematic transcendental or not Geuss considers the character of Nietzsche’s philosophizing the meanings of valuation and the uestion of euality in Marx’s thinkingKenta Tsuda An Empty CommunityBeyond property rights to Bull’s negative ecology Tsuda asks whether this is not an unavowed theory of distributive justice one crucially lacking a theory of needsMalcolm Bull The Politics of FallingIn conclusion Bull replies to his critics discussing the status of valuation and the scope of will to power; Heidegger and the uestion of nihilism; and the logic of extra egalitarianismBOOK REVIEWSRob Lucas on Jaron Lanier Who Owns the Future A utopian capitalist proposal to rewire the web and save the middle classChristopher Prendergast on Franco Moretti The Bourgeois and Distant Reading What can digital research tools add to the palette of a justly renowned criticAnders Stephanson on George Kennan’s Diaries Reflection and self flagellation from the strategist of the Cold War.

  • Paperback
  • 167 pages
  • New Left Review 86
  • New Left Review
  • English
  • 07 February 2015

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A page journal published every two months from London New Left Review analyses world politics the global economy state powers and protest movements; contemporary social theory history and philosophy; cinema literature heterodox art and aesthetics It runs a regular book review section and carries interviews essays topical comments and signed editorials on political issues of the day ‘.