New Issue Krisis: The Care Dossier I
The latest issue of Krisis, a journal for contemporary philosophy, is now online. This issue includes the first installment of a two-part “Care Dossier,” which explores the various forms that ‘care’ can take beyond dyadic, personal relationships of dependency. All articles are open-access and can be found at www.krisis.eu
Table of contents:
Patricia de Vries, “The Uncaring Feedback Loop of the Care-Industrial Complex, and Why Things Go On Like This” (Review of: Emma Dowling, The Care Crisis: What Causes It and How We Can End It)
Sue Shon, “Art’s Work in Mnemonic Care” (Review of: Mihaela Mihai, Political Memory and the Aesthetics of Care: The Art of Complicity and Resistance)
Tim Christiaens, “A Thousand Agambens to Replace the One We Have” (Review of: Adam Kotsko, Agamben’s Philosophical Trajectory)
Paul Gorby, “Critiquing Immunity, Critiquing Security” (Review of: Mark Nucleous, The Politics of Immunity: Security and the Policing of Bodies)
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