BOOKS: PHILOSOPHY

Hazing and totalitarianism
Hazing and totalitarianism
By ANTONIO RIBEIRO ALMEIDA JR.: Preface to the recently released book by Felipe Scalisa de Oliveira on human rights violations…
The war of images
The war of images
By RICARDO FABBRINI: Excerpt selected by the author of the recently released book “Contemporary art in three times”
A critical theory of economic compulsion
A critical theory of economic compulsion
By WERNER BONEFELD: Author's introduction to the newly published book
The third unconscious
The third unconscious
By FRANCO “BIFO” BERARDI: Preface by the author to the recently published book
Infocracy – digitalization and the crisis of democracy
Infocracy – digitalization and the crisis of democracy
By LUIZ MARQUES: Considerations about the book by Byung-Chul Han
Contemporary art in three periods
Contemporary art in three periods
By LUCAS FIASCHETTI ESTEVEZ: Considerations on the recently released book by Ricardo Fabbrini
Incommensurability in science – the last writings of Thomas S. Kuhn
Incommensurability in science – the last writings of Thomas S. Kuhn
By BOJANA MLADENOVIC: Excerpt from the “Introduction” by the organizer of the recently published posthumous book by the author of “The Structure of Scientific Revolutions”
Letter about the blind, for the use of those who see
Letter about the blind, for the use of those who see
By PEDRO PAULO PIMENTA: Preface to the recently published reunion of two books by Denis Diderot
Aesthetics: the peculiarity of the aesthetic
Aesthetics: the peculiarity of the aesthetic
By GYÖRGY LUKÁCS: Excerpts from the author's Preface to the newly translated book
Value returns to politics
Value returns to politics
By RENATO JANINE RIBEIRO: Author's introduction to the recently published book
The scent of time
The scent of time
By PIERO DETONI: Considerations about Byung-Chul Han's book
Philosophical palindromes
Philosophical palindromes
By LEDA TENÓRIO DA MOTTA: Considerations based on the book by Olgária Matos
The atomic threat
The atomic threat
By FELIPE CATALANI: Afterword to the recently published book by Günther Anders
The loophole in The Suppliers
The loophole in The Suppliers
By SILVANE ORTIZ: Commentary on the work Os supridores, by José Falero
Criticism of Tupiniquim reason
Criticism of Tupiniquim reason
By NILDO VIANA: Considerations about the book by Roberto Gomes
The passion for equality
The passion for equality
By ALEXANDRE DE OLIVEIRA TORRES CARRASCO: Considerations on the book by Vinicius de Figueiredo
Thomas Hobbes – from power to state sovereignty
Thomas Hobbes – from power to state sovereignty
By LYGIA CASELATO: Presentation by the organizer of the recently released book
The power of theories
The power of theories
By JOSUÉ PEREIRA DA SILVA: Excerpt, selected by the author, from the recently published book
What makes us shudder
What makes us shudder
By LUIZ EDUARDO SOARES: Reflections based on the books by Vladimir Safatle and José Henrique Bortoluci
National conscience and reality
National conscience and reality
By GÉRARD LEBRUN: Considerations on the book by Álvaro Vieira Pinto
BOOKS: PHILOSOPHY
Hazing and totalitarianism
Hazing and totalitarianism
By ANTONIO RIBEIRO ALMEIDA JR.: Preface to the recently released book by Felipe Scalisa de Oliveira on human rights violations…
The war of images
The war of images
By RICARDO FABBRINI: Excerpt selected by the author of the recently released book “Contemporary art in three times”
A critical theory of economic compulsion
A critical theory of economic compulsion
By WERNER BONEFELD: Author's introduction to the newly published book
The third unconscious
The third unconscious
By FRANCO “BIFO” BERARDI: Preface by the author to the recently published book
Infocracy – digitalization and the crisis of democracy
Infocracy – digitalization and the crisis of democracy
By LUIZ MARQUES: Considerations about the book by Byung-Chul Han
Contemporary art in three periods
Contemporary art in three periods
By LUCAS FIASCHETTI ESTEVEZ: Considerations on the recently released book by Ricardo Fabbrini
Incommensurability in science – the last writings of Thomas S. Kuhn
Incommensurability in science – the last writings of Thomas S. Kuhn
By BOJANA MLADENOVIC: Excerpt from the “Introduction” by the organizer of the recently published posthumous book by the author of “The Structure of Scientific Revolutions”
Letter about the blind, for the use of those who see
Letter about the blind, for the use of those who see
By PEDRO PAULO PIMENTA: Preface to the recently published reunion of two books by Denis Diderot
Aesthetics: the peculiarity of the aesthetic
Aesthetics: the peculiarity of the aesthetic
By GYÖRGY LUKÁCS: Excerpts from the author's Preface to the newly translated book
Value returns to politics
Value returns to politics
By RENATO JANINE RIBEIRO: Author's introduction to the recently published book
The scent of time
The scent of time
By PIERO DETONI: Considerations about Byung-Chul Han's book
Philosophical palindromes
Philosophical palindromes
By LEDA TENÓRIO DA MOTTA: Considerations based on the book by Olgária Matos
The atomic threat
The atomic threat
By FELIPE CATALANI: Afterword to the recently published book by Günther Anders
The loophole in The Suppliers
The loophole in The Suppliers
By SILVANE ORTIZ: Commentary on the work Os supridores, by José Falero
Criticism of Tupiniquim reason
Criticism of Tupiniquim reason
By NILDO VIANA: Considerations about the book by Roberto Gomes
The passion for equality
The passion for equality
By ALEXANDRE DE OLIVEIRA TORRES CARRASCO: Considerations on the book by Vinicius de Figueiredo
Thomas Hobbes – from power to state sovereignty
Thomas Hobbes – from power to state sovereignty
By LYGIA CASELATO: Presentation by the organizer of the recently released book
The power of theories
The power of theories
By JOSUÉ PEREIRA DA SILVA: Excerpt, selected by the author, from the recently published book
What makes us shudder
What makes us shudder
By LUIZ EDUARDO SOARES: Reflections based on the books by Vladimir Safatle and José Henrique Bortoluci
National conscience and reality
National conscience and reality
By GÉRARD LEBRUN: Considerations on the book by Álvaro Vieira Pinto