Polygraph 17:  The Philosophy of Alain Badiou by Jason Barker

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Introduction -- Matthew Wilkins Depending on Inconsistency: Badiou's Answer to the "Guiding Question of All Contemporary Philosophy" -- Peter Hallward And Being and Event and ...: Philosophy and Its Nominations -- Oliver Feltham The Cantorian Revolution: Alain Badiou and the Philosophy of Set Theory -- B. Madison Mount Topography and Structure -- Jason Barker Nothing but a Truth: Alain Badiou's "Philosophy of Politics" and the Left Heideggerians -- Oliver Marchart "I Love (u)": Badiou on Love, Logic, and Truth -- Lindsey Hair Badiou and Beckett: Actual Infinity, Event, Remainder -- Andrew Gibson How Much Truth Can Art Bear? On Badiou's "Inaesthetics" -- Elie During Something Else Is Possible: Thinking Badiou on Philosophy and Art -- Nico Baumbach Badiou, Derrida, and The Matrix: Cultural Criticism between Objectless Subjects and Subjectless Objects -- Stefan Herbrechter Badiou without Zizek -- Bruno Bosteels One or Several Events? The Knot between Event and Subject in the Work of Alain Badiou -- Bruno Besana Badiou: The Grace of the Universal -- Eric Alliez The Badiou-Event -- Carsten Strathausen "Fault Lines": Simon Critchley in Discussion on Alain Badiou -- Edited by Jon Baldwin and Nick Haeffner


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