Radical Philosophy 70 out now

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R a d i c a l  P h i l o s o p h y  70
March /April 1995

a journal of socialist and feminist philosophy

CONTENTS

SYMPOSIUM: KARL POPPER, 1902-1994
Joseph Agassi, Jerry Ravetz,
Bernard Burgoyne, Robin Blackburn                            2

ARTICLES

`The world spirit on the fins of a rocket': Adorno's critique of
progress
Michael Lowy and Eleni Varikas                               9

Tactics, ethics, or temporality? Heidegger's politics reviewed
Peter Osborne                                               16

Literary into cultural studies
Antony Easthope                                             29

reply to Easthope
Martin Ryle                                                 32

REVIEWS

Daniel Bell, Communitarianism and its Critics
Stephen Holmes, The Anatomy of Antiliberalism
Alasdair MacIntyre                                          34

Jean-Paul Sartre, Notebooks for an Ethics
H.W. Wardman, Jean -Paul Sartre: The Evolution of his Thought and
Art
Andrew Dobson, Jean-Paul Sartre and the Politics of Reason
David Macey                                                 36

Philip Barker, Michel Foucault: Subversions of the Subject
Caroline Ramazanoglu (ed.), Up Against Foucault
Mike Gane & Terry Johnson (eds.), Foucault's New Domains
Andrew Hadfield                                             38

Scott Lash & John Urry, Economies of Signs and Spaces
Nick Stevenson                                              40

Fred Moseley (ed.), Marx's Method in Capital: A Reexamination
Robert R. Albritton                                         41

Andrei S. Markovits & Philip S. Gorski, The German Left
Julian Wolfreys                                             42

Marie Mies & Vandana Shiva, Eco-feminism
Brian Morris                                                43

John O'Neill, Ecology, Policy and Politics
Jonatham Hughes                                             45

Hwa Yol Jung, Rethinking Political Theory
Alan Finlayson                                              46

Marian Scholtmeijer, Animal Victims in Modern Fiction
Julian Cowley                                               47

Stjepan G. Mestrovic, The Barbarian Temperament
John Armitage                                               48

Patrick Williams & Laura Chrisman (eds.), Colonial Theory: A
Reader
Willy Maley                                                 48

Mark Freeman, Rewriting the Self: History, Memory, Narrative
Iain MacKenzie                                              49

Iain Chambers, Migrancy, Culture, Identity
Keith Ansell-Pearson                                        50

Anthony Elliott, Psychoanalytic Theory: An Introduction
Janet Sayers                                                51

NEWS

`Deconstruction and the Political' Conference
Iain Macdonald                                              52

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