ARTICLE | Miguel de Beistegui
In the opening lines of his Critique and Crisis (1959), Reinhart Koselleck links what
we now call globalisation – if by that we mean Europe’s planetary fate, or the fact that
European history has become world history – and crisis: ...
ARTICLE | Nuno Castanheira
Crisis and the Mechanics of
In a 2012 interview to the newspaper Ragusa News, Giorgio Agamben said that «[…] ...
CRISIS: A PORTABLE LIBRARY
ARTICLE | Simon Glendinning
The European World in Crisis
Broadly speaking, philosophical engagement with the theme of Europe’s modern condition has two contrasting strands: a Europe-crisis strand and an exhausted-Europe strand...
A CRISIS WITHOUT END
Myriam Revault d'Allones
ARTICLE | Santiago Zabala
Crisis and Borders Through the Flags of Filippo Minelli
Every crisis has its artist. Filippo Minelli’s work is meant to thrust us into the absence of emergencies that characterize our age.