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From Telos 177: Fernando Flores and B. Scot Rousse on the ontological vulnerability of our world and the radical hope for the future in the Anthropocene http://www.telospress.com/ecological-finitude-as-ontological-finitude-radical-hope-in-the-anthropocene/
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Aidin Keikhaee examines the relationship between ethics and politics in Levinas by way of Adorno's negative dialectics http://www.telospress.com/adorno-and-levinas-from-freedom-to-peace/
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Flaminia Incecchi on culture and values in Schmitt's decisionism http://www.telospress.com/culture-and-values-in-schmitts-decisionism/
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Save 20% on all Telos Press books by using the coupon code BOOKS20 at our website http://www.telospress.com/store/#!/~/category/id=4186633&offset=0&sort=normal
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Elliot Neaman on the two versions of the counterculture in late 1960s Germany http://www.telospress.com/on-two-versions-of-the-counterculture/
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Writing at the Claremont Review of Books, Aaron Zack reviews Carl Schmitt's Land and Sea http://www.telospress.com/essential-reading-carl-schmitts-land-and-sea/
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In Telos 177, Timothy Sean Quinn locates the roots of the Anthropocene crisis in the modern scientific concept of nature set forth by Bacon and Descartes. http://www.telospress.com/anthropocene-crises-and-the-origin-of-modernity/
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Cary Nelson on how boycotts inhibit dialogue and restrict academic freedom http://www.telospress.com/bds-boycotts-personal-reflections/
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Now available, Telos 177 (Winter 2016): Rethinking Nature in the Anthropocene examines the conceptual roots of our ecological dilemma in the emergence of early modern philosophy, the limits of contemporary normative discourses in relation to ecological predicaments, the emergence of new configurations of social practices, and the possibility of thinking nature and the human beyond both naturalism and humanism. The issue also includes a group of topical pieces on the 2016 US presidential election, global climate change, and the state of academic freedom in Palestinian universities. http://www.telospress.com/telos-177-winter-2016-rethinking-nature-in-the-anthropocene/
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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.

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