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  • POLYGRAPH 17 (2005)
  • The Philosophy of Alain Badiou
  • Issue Editor: Matthew Wilkens
  • Introduction
  • Available as a PDF file. Includes a table of the abbreviations used throughout the issue.
  • Matthew Wilkens
  • Depending on Inconsistency: Badiou's Answer to the "Guiding Question of All Contemporary Philosophy"
  • Peter Hallward
  • And Being and Event and …: Philosophy and Its Nominations
  • Oliver Feltham
  • The Cantorian Revolution: Alain Badiou and the Philosophy of Set Theory
  • B. Madison Mount
  • Topography and Structure
  • Jason Barker
  • Nothing but a Truth: Alain Badiou's "Philosophy of Politics" and the Left Heideggerians
  • Oliver Marchart
  • "I Love (u)": Badiou on Love, Logic, and Truth
  • Lindsey Hair
  • Badiou and Beckett: Actual Infinity, Event, Remainder
  • Andrew Gibson
  • How Much Truth Can Art Bear? On Badiou's "Inaesthetics"
  • Élie During
  • Something Else Is Possible: Thinking Badiou on Philosophy and Art
  • Nico Baumbach
  • Badiou, Derrida, and The Matrix: Cultural Criticism between Objectless Subjects and Subjectless Objects
  • Stefan Herbrechter
  • Badiou without Žižek
  • Bruno Bosteels
  • One or Several Events? The Knot between Event and Subject in the Work of Alain Badiou
  • Bruno Besana
  • Badiou: The Grace of the Universal
  • Eric Alliez
    Translated by Ashley King
  • The Badiou-Event
  • Carsten Strathausen
  • "Fault Lines": Simon Critchley in Discussion on Alain Badiou
  • Edited by Jon Baldwin and Nick Haeffner