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David T. Pan on the ideological context of the Charlie Hebdo attacks http://www.telospress.com/charlie-hebdo-and-universal-history/
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Is linguistic justice translatable? Tsutomu Ben Yagi considers the significance of translation for universal history http://www.telospress.com/is-linguistic-justice-translatable/
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Now available! Telos 170: Security and Liberalism. Read Russell Berman and Johannes Voelz's introduction at our blog http://www.telospress.com/telos-170-spring-2015-security-and-liberalism/
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Here are just a few of the photos we took at last weekend's Telos Conference in New York City. By all accounts the conference was a tremendous success, filled with lively conversation, thoughtful debate, delicious food, and our usual dose of February snow. We will be posting more media and writing from the conference shortly, so stay tuned! Continue reading →
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From the 2015 Telos Conference: Richard R. Weiner on the emergence of transnational history http://www.telospress.com/transnational-history-as-historical-subject/
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Video: Jonathan Israel's Telos Conference keynote on "The Enlightenment Reconsidered: A Contemporary Controversy" http://www.telospress.com/jonathan-israel-the-enlightenment-reconsidered/
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What is the relationship of politics to death? Lewis West on Žižek, Arendt, and Müller. http://www.telospress.com/the-politics-of-death/
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More photos from the 2015 Telos Conference in NYC http://www.telospress.com/more-scenes-from-the-2015-telos-conference/
Here are a few more photos from the 2015 Telos Conference, held last month in New York City. We will be posting conference papers and a few videos in the near future, so stay tuned. Special thanks to our photographer/videographer Gabe Miller for capturing the conference on film. Continue reading →
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Kenneth D. Johnson examines the Ferguson/NYC protest movements. Will 2015 be like 1968? http://www.telospress.com/legitimation-crisis-in-the-hood-will-2015-be-like-1968/
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Publisher of the journal TELOS as well as books about philosophy, politics, critical theory, and culture.
Introduction

Since 1968, the quarterly journal Telos has served as the definitive international forum for discussions of political, social, and cultural change. Readers from around the globe turn to Telos to engage with the sharpest minds in politics and philosophy, and to discover emerging theoretical analyses of the pivotal issues of the day.

Over its long history, Telos has charted new territory in political and philosophical analysis. Since its earliest days, Telos has pioneered the critical frameworks necessary for interpreting the unfolding political, social, economic, and cultural transformations in the world at large. From its studies of dissidence in Eastern Europe during the Soviet era, to its investigations into the history and ideology of global terrorism, to its rigorous critiques of authoritarian regimes, Telos has consistently been at the forefront of the political-philosophical discussion.

Prescient, timely, provocative, and independent: Telos is a must-read for anyone with a serious interest in politics, philosophy, culture, and the arts.