Demanding Approval: On the Ethics of Alain Badiou

Radical Philosophy 100:16-27 (2000)
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Abstract

This article examines the ethical thought of the prominent French philosopher, Alain Badiou. His work is placed in the context of discussions of the sources of normativity in relation to Kant and Levinas and then the central category of the event in Badiou's work is critically discussed. The article claims that Badiou's talk of truth in relation to event is misplaced and argues that there is a residual heroism behind Badiou's political thinking

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Simon Critchley
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The Provocations of Alain Badiou.Benjamin Noys - 2003 - Theory, Culture and Society 20 (1):123-132.
A Bibliography of Work on and by Alain Badiou in English.Paul Ashton - 2006 - Cosmos and History : The Journal of Natural and Social Philosophy 2 (1-2):313-326.

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