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  1. Warren Montag (forthcoming). To Disorder and Discompose the Whole Machine of the World: Adam Smith, Epicurus and Lucretius. Rivista di Storia Della Filosofia.
  2. Mike Hill & Warren Montag (2014). The the Other Adam Smith: Popular Contention, Commercial Society, and the Birth of Necro-Economics. Stanford University Press.
     
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  3. Warren Montag (2012). Lucretius Hebraizant: Spinoza's Reading of Ecclesiastes. European Journal of Philosophy 20 (1):109-129.
    Spinoza viewed the book of Ecclesiastes, in its original Hebrew and thus cleared of the interpretations imposed upon it in the guise of translation, as a powerful critique of the two most important variants of the superstition that taught human beings to regard both nature and themselves as degraded expressions of an unattainable perfection. The first was organized around the concept of miracle, the divine suspension of the actual concatenation of things, as if God were an earthly sovereign declaring a (...)
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  4. Warren Montag (2012). Spinoza in Althusser Proti Hermenevtiki: Interpretacije Ali Intervencija? Problemi 1.
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  5. Warren Montag (2011). DOSSIER-The Althusser-Rancière Controversy-Introduction to Althusser's' Student Problems'. Radical Philosophy 170:8.
  6. Warren Montag (2011). Dusza więzieniem ciała: Althusser – Foucault. Nowa Krytyka 24.
  7. Warren Montag (2011). Althusser, el infinito adios Althusser: une lecture de Marx Althusser et la psychanalyse Machiavel et nous, suivi de 'Des problèmes qu'il faudra bien appeler d'un autre nom et peut-être politique', Althusser et la insituabilité de la politique et de 'la recurrence du vide chez Louis Althusser'. Historical Materialism 19 (3):147-156.
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  8. Christopher Norris, Alain Badiou, Simon Duffy, Justin Clemens, Michael Mack, Arthur Jacobson & Warren Montag (2011). Spinoza Now. Univ of Minnesota Press.
     
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  9. Warren Montag (2008). Locke et le concept d'inhumain. Multitudes 2 (2):79-90.
    This essay attempts to develop Althusser’s suggestion that Locke’s political theory and its central concepts, from the state of nature to the social contract, rest on a heretofore unrecognized distinction between the human and the inhuman. Locke’s notion of a human species with rights and obligations conferred upon it by God is a political rather than biological or natural one. At the origin of humanity is a choice : the choice to consult or not to consult the reason that should (...)
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  10. Warren Montag (2008). “Tumultuous Combinations”. Graduate Faculty Philosophy Journal 28 (1):117-158.
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  11. Warren Montag & Ted Stolze (eds.) (2008). The New Spinoza. Univ of Minnesota Press.
     
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  12. Warren Montag (2007). Pozni Althusser: materializem srečanja ali filozofija praznine? Problemi 6.
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  13. Warren Montag (2007). “Tumultuous Combinations”: Transindividuality in Adam Smith and Spinoza. Graduate Faculty Philosophy Journal 28 (1):117-158.
  14. Warren Montag (2006). « Les Subalternes Peuvent-illes Parler ? » Et Autres Questions Transcendantales. Multitudes 26 (3):133-141.
    The author revisits the question raised during the 1990s by Gayatri Spivak in her famous and difficult article « Can the Subaltern Speak ? », a question which fuelled endless debates in the field of postcolonial studies. He shows that the question is deceptive : the issue is less to decide whether, in the absolute, the subaltern can speak - they obviously can -, but to see whether they actually manage to do so, and to make themselves heard when it (...)
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  15. Mario Colucci, Pierangelo Di Vittorio, David Gabbard, Monique Lanoix, Christian Lavagno, Thomas Lemke, Dario Melossi, Warren Montag, Tracey Nicholls & Frank Pearce (2005). Michel Foucault and Power Today: International Multidisciplinary Studies in the History of the Present. Lexington Books.
    Few thinkers have left such an influence across such a diverse range of studies as Michel Foucault has. This book pays homage to that diversity by presenting a multidisciplinary series of analyses dedicated to the question of power today.
     
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  16. Warren Montag (2005). Necro-Economics: Adam Smith and Death in the Life of the Universal. Radical Philosophy 134:7.
     
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  17. Warren Montag (2005). On the Function of the Concept of Origin : Althusser's Reading of Locke. In Stephen H. Daniel (ed.), Current Continental Theory and Modern Philosophy. Northwestern University Press
  18. Warren Montag (2005). Politics: Transcendent or Immanent?: A Response to Miguel Vatter's' Machiavelli After Marx'. Theory and Event 7 (4).
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  19. Warren Montag (2004). « Foucault et la problématique des origines » : Folie et déraison lu par Althusser. Actuel Marx 2 (2):63-87.
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  20. Warren Montag (2004). « Foucault Et La Problématique Des Origines » : Folie Et Déraison Lu Par Althusser: Traduit de l'anglais par Thierry Labica. Actuel Marx 2:63-87.
    « Foucault and the Problematic of Origins » : Althusser’s Reading of Folie et déraison. In 1963, Althusser gave a lecture on Foucault’s Folie et deraison to his seminar on structuralism. His notes, the only written record of his impassioned encounter with this text, suggest that he was particularly interested in the way Foucault defined culture not on the basis of the values it proclaimed, but through that which it rejected and refused. Althusser distinguished Foucault’s analysis from those of Husserl (...)
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  21. Warren Montag (2004). Présentation. Actuel Marx 2 (2):7-11.
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  22. Warren Montag (2002). Toward a Conception of Racism Without Race: Foucault and Contemporary Biopolitics. Pli 13:113-125.
     
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  23. Warren Montag (2001). From the Standpoint of the Multitude. Historical Materialism 9:196-204.
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  24. Warren Montag (2001). Review of Insurgencies by Antonio Negri. [REVIEW] Historical Materialism 9:196-204.
     
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  25. Warren Montag (2001). On Antonio Negri's Insurgencies. Historical Materialism 9 (1):196-204.
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  26. Warren Montag (1999). Bodies, Masses, Power: Spinoza and His Contemporaries. Verso.
    = = Scripture and nature: the materiality of the letter The authority of Plato, Aristotle or Socrates carries little weight with me. ...
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  27. Warren Montag (1996). The Unthinkable Swift: The Spontaneous Philosophy of a Church of England Man. Utopian Studies 7 (2):307-308.
     
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  28. Warren Montag (1993). Spinoza and Althusser Against Hermeneutics: Interpretation or Intervention? In E. Ann Kaplan & Michael Sprinker (eds.), The Althusserian Legacy. Verso 51--58.
     
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