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<nettime-ann> transversal web journal: the art of critique, part II


the art of critique

What is critique? Following two influential essays by Michel Foucault and Judith Butler, this edition of transversal examines the virulence of the "art of critique". In the contributions  the concepts of critique are debated that have been developed for centuries, for instance as a capacity for distinction, a critical attitude or a practical critical activity, as well as new forms and concepts of critique as embodied critique, counter-hegemonial intervention, resistance or exodus.
Part I of this issue was published in August 2008, and has now been supplemented by five new texts.


new texts
Alex Demirović: Critique and Truth. For a New Mode of Critique
Hakan Gürses: Who are the greatest critics of the elk today or: is an “atopic critique” possible?
Patricia Purtschert: Not Wanting To Be Governed Like That: On the Relationship between Anger and Critique
Karl Reitter: Critique as a way of overcoming quixotism. On the development of critique in Marx
Ulf Wuggenig: Paradoxical Critique

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