Incitements

Incitements

Series Editor(s): Dimitris Vardoulakis, Peg Birmingham

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, written by prominent, world class scholars, highlight the political import of philosophy, showing how concepts can be translated into political praxis and how praxis is inextricably linked to thinking.

Mission

Incitements publishes books that consider how philosophy addresses political questions, such as questions of power or human rights, while at the same time remaining open to interdisciplinary approaches and innovative methodologies. Most continental philosophy has a political edge. For instance: what unites Foucault to the Frankfurt school to Hannah Arendt to the Italian school, and so on? Incitements gives authors the space to ask provocative political questions without being committed to one particular school of thought.

Advisory Board

Étienne Balibar, Andrew Benjamin, Jay M. Bernstein, Rosi Braidotti, Wendy Brown, Judith Butler, Adriana Cavarero, Howard Caygill, Joan Copjec, Simon Critchley , Rebecca Comay, Costas Douzinas, Peter Fenves, Christopher Fynsk , Moira Gatens, Gregg Lambert, Leonard Lawlor, Genevieve Lloyd, Catherine Malabou, James Martel, Christoph Menke, Warren Montag, Michael Naas, Antonio Negri, Kelly Oliver, Anson Rabinach, Gerhard Richter, Martin Saar, Paul Patton, Miguel Vatter, Gianni Vattimo, Santiago Zabala

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