Recent Books by our members
Barbour, C. (2012)
Bubbio, D. (2018)
Bubbio, D (2017)
|Bubbio, D. (2014)|
Sacrifice in the Post-Kantian Tradition, (opens in a new window) SUNY Press, New York, USA
Fleming, C. (2004)
Fleming, C. (2014)
Hadley, J. (2015)
|Kelly, M. (2013)|
Foucault's History of Sexuality Volume I, The Will to Knowledge, (opens in a new window) Edinburgh University Press
Kelly, M. (2015)
Ling, A. (2016)
Ling, A. (2011)
Mensch, J. (2013)
Kant's Organicism: Epigenesis and the Development of Critical Philosophy, (opens in a new window) University of Chicago Press
Peterson, C. (2012)
|Peterson, C. (2007)|
Kindred Specters: Death, Mourning, and American Affinity , (opens in a new window) University of Minnesota Press, Minneapolis USA
Petersen, C. (2017)
Schmidt, D. (2014)
Schmidt, D. (2012)
Symonds, M. (2010)
Uhlmann, A. (2011)
|Uhlmann, A. (2006)|
Samuel Beckett and the Philosophical Image , (opens in a new window) Cambridge
|Uhlmann, A. (1999)|
Beckett and Poststructuralism . (opens in a new window) Cambridge
Vardoulakis, D. (2010).
Vardoulakis, D. (2013).
Vardoulakis, D. (2016).
Vardoulakis, D. (2016).
|Badiou, A., Bartlett, A.J., & Ling, A. (Eds) (2014) |
Mathematics of the Transcendental, (opens in a new window) Bloomsbury
| Barbour, C. & Pavlich, G. (Eds) (2009) |
After Sovereignty: On the Question of Political Beginnings, (opens in a new window) Routledge-Cavendish
|Cowdell, S., Fleming, C. & Hodge, J. (Eds) (2012) |
Violence, Desire and the Sacred: Girard's Mimetic Theory Across the Disciplines, (opens in a new window) New York and London: Continuum
|Aaltola, E. Hadley, J. (Eds 2015)|
Animal Ethics and Philosophy Questioning the Orthodoxy (opens in a new window) Rowman & Littlefield International
|Hill L., Nelson B., & Vardoulakis, D. (Ed.) (2011)|
After Blanchot: Literature, Criticism, Philosophy, (opens in a new window) University of Delaware Press
|Kordela, K. & Vardoulakis, D. (Eds.) (2011)|
Freedom and Confinement in Modernity: Kafka's Cages . (opens in a new window) New York: Palgrave
|Van Ruler, H. & Uhlmann, A. (Eds) (2006) |
Arnold Geulincx Ethics . (opens in a new window) Brill
|Vardoulakis, D. (Ed.) (2005)|
Spinoza Now. (opens in a new window) Minneapolis: University of Minnesota Press
Yeatman A., Zolkos, M., Hansen P., & Barbour, C. (Eds) (2011)
SUNY Studies in Contemporary Continental Philosophy (opens in a new window)
Series Editor: Dennis Schmidt
The series has over 150 books in print, among them some of the most important philosophical works in the Continental philosophical tradition, including books by Heidegger, Gadamer, Derrida, Lyotard, Lacan, Schelling, and Fichte, among others.
Incitements(opens in a new window)
A Book Series published by Edinburgh University Press
Editors: Peg Birmingham and Dimitris Vardoulakis
An incitement is a thought that leads to a further thought or an action that solicits a response, while also testing the limits of what is acceptable or lawful. The books in this series, by prominent, world class scholars, will highlight the political import of philosophy, showing how concepts can be translated into political praxis, and how praxis is inextricably linked to thinking.
Thinking out loud (opens in a new window)
Fordham University Press
Series Editor: Dimitris Vardoulakis
The books in the series Thinking Out Loud: The Sydney Lectures in Philosophy and Society are based on the distinguished lecture series of the same name.
New Studies in Idealism (opens in a new window)
Series Editor:Paolo Diego Bubbio
"New Studies in Idealism" is a peer-reviewed book series that will provide a platform for the advancement of research in the area of nineteenth-century philosophical Idealism and its legacy (Discontinued).
Contemporary Studies in Idealism (opens in a new window)
Series Editor: Paolo Diego Bubbio
"Contemporary Studies in Idealism” features cutting-edge scholarship in the field of classical German Idealism and its legacy; it publishes books that center upon Kant and the post-Kantian Idealists or that use the resources of classical German Idealism to engage in contemporary philosophical debates.
Violence, Desire, and the Sacred (opens in a new window)
A Book Series published by Bloomsbury Publishing
Editors: Scott Cowdell, Chris Fleming, Joel Hodge
Violence, Desire, and the Sacred is a series dedicated to the global development of mimetic theory. It includes historical and theoretical studies aimed at reconstructing the human sciences—addressing new issues, seizing interdisciplinary opportunities, and tackling global problems. It also sets about demonstrating the practical relevance of mimetic theory. This series breaks new ground, especially as a vehicle for the emerging second generation of Girardian scholars. Violence, Desire, and the Sacred is an initiative of the Australian Girard Seminar, which was inaugurated in 2010 and has become a vigorous international contributor to Girardian studies.