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Giuseppe Tassone evaluates the contemporary discussion of evil in light of recent accounts by Žižek and Eagleton. http://ow.ly/w8DEM
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Marcia Pally and Ulrike Kistner discuss the value of Telos conferences to their own research and writing. http://ow.ly/w0X8h
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James King on liberalism and the antihero. http://ow.ly/vUYmv
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Tim Luke and Matt Applegate on the Telos Press Global Internship Program http://ow.ly/vuYRl
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Adrian Pabst dicusses the theme of the upcoming Telos conference in L'Aquila, Italy: The Idea of Europe http://ow.ly/vk6On
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Aaron Bell revisits Adorno's "Resignation," a response to charges of political quietism by the 60s student movement. http://ow.ly/w3R6w
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Jacob Dreyer on the spatial forms of modernity in Shanghai.
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David Pan and Wayne Hudson discuss the plans for upcoming Telos conferences in Australia, China, Italy, and the U.S. http://ow.ly/vKMGm
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Mark S. Weiner on the relationship of democracy's volatility to the legal foundations of individualism http://ow.ly/vDc05
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Jacob Dreyer on the dialectic between land and sea in China. http://ow.ly/vpKxv
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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.