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Archive : Ariella Azoulay

For the past two decades, the Hegelian concept Aufhebung keeps appearing in the elaborate literature written on the subject of archives. It describes archival work. Here is a late, characteristic example of this approach: “To archive is to put away, to shelter, to keep . . . The modality of Aufhebung, conventionally translated into English as ‘sublation’. . .


Archive : Ariella Azoulay

For the past two decades, the Hegelian concept Aufhebung keeps appearing in the elaborate literature written on the subject of archives. It describes archival work. Here is a late, characteristic example of this approach: “To archive is to put away, to shelter, to keep . . . The modality of Aufhebung, conventionally translated into English as ‘sublation’. . .


Revolution : Ariella Azoulay

The judgment “this is revolution” or “this is not revolution”—voiced in various places and times by citizens and, among them, experts on revolution—is derived from the nature of the common concept of revolution. Instead of inviting one to ask what is revolution, it has offered itself for use since the eighteenth century. Thus the study of revolutions is contained. . .


Revolution : Ariella Azoulay

The judgment “this is revolution” or “this is not revolution”—voiced in various places and times by citizens and, among them, experts on revolution—is derived from the nature of the common concept of revolution. Instead of inviting one to ask what is revolution, it has offered itself for use since the eighteenth century. Thus the study of revolutions is contained. . .


Concept : Adi Ophir

Of the many thinkers engaged in conceptual work, only few stop and ask “What is a concept?” This is the question I wish to engage with here. Its form is Socratic, and it is indeed in Socrates’s inquiries that it first appears. “Philosophers have not been sufficiently concerned with the nature of the concept as philosophical reality,” argue Deleuze and Guattari. . .


Concept : Adi Ophir

Of the many thinkers engaged in conceptual work, only few stop and ask “What is a concept?” This is the question I wish to engage with here. Its form is Socratic, and it is indeed in Socrates’s inquiries that it first appears. “Philosophers have not been sufficiently concerned with the nature of the concept as philosophical reality,” argue Deleuze and Guattari. . .


Ecstasy : Stephen Bush

Ecstasy is disruptive, unusual, episodic: the term typically denotes the momentary puncture of our ordinary ways of thinking, feeling, and behaving. But it might very well also be an ongoing condition. Some philosophers and social theorists have characterized subjectivity as permanently ecstatic. They say we are in some sense always outside ourselves. Neither our skin. . .


Ecstasy : Stephen Bush

Ecstasy is disruptive, unusual, episodic: the term typically denotes the momentary puncture of our ordinary ways of thinking, feeling, and behaving. But it might very well also be an ongoing condition. Some philosophers and social theorists have characterized subjectivity as permanently ecstatic. They say we are in some sense always outside ourselves. Neither our skin. . .


Concept II : Adi Ophir

Concepts are not terms. The distinction between the two should be maintained and its articulation should be part of any attempt to answer the question ‘what is a concept?’ The distinction should be articulated even if one conceives concepts to be terms of a special kind; without it concepts would be reduced to the status of grammatical entities, a class of . . .


Concept II : Adi Ophir

Concepts are not terms. The distinction between the two should be maintained and its articulation should be part of any attempt to answer the question ‘what is a concept?’ The distinction should be articulated even if one conceives concepts to be terms of a special kind; without it concepts would be reduced to the status of grammatical entities, a class of . . .


Conferences

Spring 2018, The Graduate Center, CUNY, March 15 & 16/ Conference Website CONFERENCE SCHEDULE Day 1 THURSDAY // SKYLIGHT ROOM (9100) Opening Remarks > 3:00pm Susan Buck-Morss & Ann Stoler, political concepts board members Panel I > 3:30–5:30pm Erotic Transformation/


Conferences

Spring 2018, The Graduate Center, CUNY, March 15 & 16/ Conference Website CONFERENCE SCHEDULE Day 1 THURSDAY // SKYLIGHT ROOM (9100) Opening Remarks > 3:00pm Susan Buck-Morss & Ann Stoler, political concepts board members Panel I > 3:30–5:30pm Erotic Transformation/


Revolution-22

Ariella Azoulay / Civil Alliance 47-48 (film still), 2012


Revolution-22

Ariella Azoulay / Civil Alliance 47-48 (film still), 2012


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EDITORIAL BOARD Adi Ophir Tel Aviv University Ann Laura Stoler The New School for Social Research Ariella Azoulay Brown University Étienne Balibar Université de Paris X, Nanterre Jay Bernstein The New School for Social Research Akeel Bilgrami Columbia University Susan


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EDITORIAL BOARD Adi Ophir Tel Aviv University Ann Laura Stoler The New School for Social Research Ariella Azoulay Brown University Étienne Balibar Université de Paris X, Nanterre Jay Bernstein The New School for Social Research Akeel Bilgrami Columbia University Susan