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Author: Helen Arnold,Cornelius Castoriadis
Publisher: Stanford University Press; 1 edition (July 18, 2007)
Language: English
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Cornelius Castoriadis (Author), Helen Arnold (Translator).

Cornelius Castoriadis (Author), Helen Arnold (Translator). ISBN-13: 978-0804756181. In this posthumous collection of writings, Cornelius Castoriadis (1922-1997) pursues his incisive analysis of modern society, the philosophical basis of our ability to change it, and the points of intersection between his many approaches to this theme. His main philosophical postulate, that the human subject and society are not predetermined, asserts the primacy of creation and the possibility of creative, autonomous activity in every domain.

Figures of the Thinkable book. In this posthumous collection of writings, Cornelius Castoriadis. Figures of the Thinkable. Meridian: Crossing Aesthetics). by. Cornelius Castoriadis, Helen Arnold (Translator).

In this posthumous collection of writings, Cornelius Castoriadis . Meridian: Crossing Aesthetics. Cornelius Castoriadis. Stanford University Press, 2007.

In this posthumous collection of writings, Cornelius Castoriadis (1922-1997) pursues his incisive analysis of modern society, the philosophical basis of our ability to change it, and the points of intersection between his many approaches to this theme.

Cornelius Castoriadis (named after Saint Cornelius the Centurion) . Figures du pensable (Les carrefours du labyrinthe VI), 1999. Stanford University Press, Stanford, CA 2007.

Cornelius Castoriadis (named after Saint Cornelius the Centurion) was born on 11 March 1922 in Constantinople, the son of Kaisar ("Caesar") and Sophia Kastoriadis. His family had to move in July 1922 to Athens due to the Greek–Turkish population exchange. Sur Le Politique de Platon, 1999. Sujet et vérité dans le monde social-historique.

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Meridian: Crossing Aesthetics. Trade Paperback (US). The late Cornelius Castoriadis was Director of Studies at the Ecole des Hautes Etudes en Sciences Sociales and a practicing psychoanalyst. Among his many books in English are On Plato's Statesman (Stanford University Press, 2002) and World in Fragments: Writings on Politics, Society, Psychoanalysis, and the Imagination (Stanford University Press, 1997).

Stanford: Stanford University Press, 2007. A philosopher and polymath, Castoriadis navigated ably across a number of disciplinary fields, to produce a novel and radical analysis of the psychic, social and political forms by which human creation emerges subjectively and historically (Elliott, 1992; Joas & Meyer, 1989; Rorty, 1988; also Fotaki, 2009; u, 2011).

Figures of the Thinkable. Helen Arnold) Stanford University Press, Stanford, CA 2007

Figures of the Thinkable. Helen Arnold) Stanford University Press, Stanford, CA 2007. 304 pp. A Society Adrift. Interviews and Debates, 1974–1997 (trans. Helen Arnold) Fordham University Press, New York 2010. L'Association Castoriadis with bibliography, news, media events, original articles (in French). Castoriadis": entry by John V. Garner, Internet Encyclopedia of Philosophy.

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Interviews, 1974-1994 (Meridian: Crossing Aesthetics) by Jacques Derrida The Muses by Jean-Luc Nancy, Peggy Kamuf (Translator) (Used, New. for Stanford University Press: Points. Interviews January 24, 2012 Ben Marcus: The Powells.

Cornelius Castoriadis was an important intellectual figure in France for many decades, beginning in the late-1940s. Perhaps most importantly he warned of the dangerous political and ethical consequences of a contemporary world that has lost sight of autonomy, . Trained in philosophy, Castoriadis also worked as a practicing economist and psychologist while authoring over twenty major works and numerous articles spanning many traditional philosophical subjects, including politics, economics, psychology, anthropology, and ontology. of the need to set limits or laws for oneself.

In this posthumous collection of writings, Cornelius Castoriadis (1922-1997) pursues his incisive analysis of modern society, the philosophical basis of our ability to change it, and the points of intersection between his many approaches to this theme. His main philosophical postulate, that the human subject and society are not predetermined, asserts the primacy of creation and the possibility of creative, autonomous activity in every domain. This argument is combined with penetrating political and social criticism, opening numerous avenues of critical thought and action. The book’s wide-ranging topics include the core worldview of ancient Athens, where the idea of self-creation and self-limitation made democracy possible; the wealth of poetic resources; a deconstruction of the so-called rationality of capitalism and of the current conception of democracy, along with a discussion of what a radical, revolutionary project means today; the role of what he calls the radical imagination in the creation of both societal institutions and history; the roots of hate; a psychoanalytic view of human development torn between heteronomy and autonomy; the role of education in forming autonomous individuals; and notions of chaos, space, and number.