Title Think again : Alain Badiou and the future of philosophy / edited by Peter Hallward.
Published London ;New York : Continuum, c2004
Detail xii, 270 p. ; 24 cm
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Added Author Hallward, Peter
  Hallward, Peter. Introduction : 'consequences of abstraction' p. 1
  Balibar, Etienne. The history of truth : Alain Badiou in French philosophy p. 21
  Nancy, Jean-Luc. Philosophy without conditions p. 39
  Brassier, Ray. Nihil unbound : remarks on subtractive ontology and thinking capitalism p. 50
  Desanti, Jean-Toussaint. Some remarks on the intrinsic ontology of Alain Badiou p. 59
  May, Todd. Badiou and Deleuze on the one and the many p. 67
  Smith, Daniel W. Badiou and Deleuze on the ontology of mathematics p. 77
  Bensaid, Daniel. Alain Badiou and the miracle of the event p. 94
  Dews, Peter. States of Grace : the excess of the demand in Badiou's ethics of truths p. 106
  Laclau, Ernesto. An ethics of militant engagement p. 120
  Toscano, Alberto. Communism as separation p. 138
  Bosteels, Bruno. On the subject of the dialectic p. 150
  Zizek, Slavoj. From purification to subtraction : Badiou and the real p. 165
  Pluth, Ed. What if the other is stupid? : Badiou and Lacan on 'logical time' p. 182
  Zupancic, Alenka. The fifth condition p. 191
  Duttmann, Alex Garcia. What remains of fidelity after serious thought p. 202
  Lecercle, Jean-Jacques. Badiou's poetics p. 208
  Ranciere, Jacques. Aesthetics, inaesthetics, anti-aesthetics p. 218
  Badiou, Alain. Afterword : some replies to a demanding friend p.232
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