restricted access   Volume 19, Issue 1, 2016

Table of Contents

From: Theory & Event

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open access   Introduction

For Dick, In Memoriam


Virtue Liberalism’s Viciousness

Rights and Strong Voluntarism in the Works of Richard Flathman

Neoliberalism, Irritation, and the Theory and Practice of Richard Flathman

Willful Liberalism in America

Richard Flathman and the rule of that and which

The Dialectical Contrarianism of Richard Flathman

Flathman on Hobbes


What’s Left of “Empowerment” After Neoliberalism?

Reflecting on Revolutions in France: Lacan and Burke

Liberal Violence: From the Benjaminian Divine to the Angels of History

The Polis Artist: Don DeLillo’s Cosmopolis and the Politics of Literature

Disagreeing About Democracy: Rancière, Negri, and the Challenges of Rethinking Politics in the Wake of 1968

Symposium - History and Political Theory

On Relating History and Political Theory

Unexpected Paths: On Political Theory and History

Political Theory as Historical Counterpoint: The Case of Schmitt and Sovereignty

History and Political Theory: A Difficult Reunion

Thinking Historically


The Politics of Human Weapons: Bargu’s Starve and Immolate

Living with Ghosts: Brendese’s The Power of Memory in Democratic Politics

And the Flesh Shall Set You Free: Weheliye’s Habeas Viscus

Re-Thinking how Liberalism Constitutes Islam—Three Theses: On Massad’s Islam in Liberalism