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, Jonathan G. "The Situated Critic or the Loyal Critic? Rorty and Waltzer on Social Criticism." Philosophy and Social Criticism 24 (1998): 25-46. Allen, Jonathan G. "Rationality, Relativism, and Rorty." South African Journal of Philosophy 11 (1992): 52-61. Rorty dismisses the claim that he is a

In: Richard Rorty

Introduction “Gay Free Zone”: in February 2011 street stickers appeared in the East London areas of Tower Hamlets and Hackney which condemned the ‘sins’ of homosexuality and warned of ‘Allah’s punishment’ (Roberts 2011). There was a universal outrage in the London press and media, not to mention in

In: Resistance and the City

particular historical contexts. The determining factor that stands above the others is the Cold War context – which is worth recalling more than a quarter of a century after the fall of the Iron Curtain. From 1945 to 1989, Europe was divided between West and East, that is, between two economies, political

In: Beat Literature in a Divided Europe

-changing differences where each time a new element appears the whole of the ‘commons’ itself re-con- figures. (Sarat Maharaj. Fatal Natalities in Faultlines. Africa Pavilion. Venice Biennale 2003 and the network of Raqs Media Collective.New Delhi. 2002) 0022 This shows up the limits of the ‘plane of tolerance

In: Artistic Research