We are pleased to give notice of the release of a new issue of Praktyka Teoretyczna (1/2022) entitled “The Return of Hegel. History, Dialectics and the Weak“.
Below you can find the table of content of the issue:
Table of contents
The Return of Hegel. History, Dialectics and the Weak
1. Ewa Majewska, Bartosz Wójcik – The Return of Hegel. History, Dialectics and the Weak
2. Oxana Timofeeva – Hegel’s Enlightenment and the Dialectics of Vulva
3. Joanna Bednarek – Putting an End to “Man”: Nature and the Human in Hegel, Becoming-animal and Abolitionism
4. Agata Bielik-Robson – The Harnessed Lightning, or the Politics of Apocalypse: Hegel, Rosenzweig, Derrida
5. Ankica Čakardić – Hegel and anticapitalism: Notes on the political economy of poverty
6. Joseph Grim Feinberg – The Story of Dialectics and the Trickster of History
7. Andrzej Leder – The concept of de-sublation and the regressive process in History. Prolegomena.
8. Ewa Majewska – The Slave, Antigone and the Housewife. Hegel’s Dialectics of the Weak
9. Marciń Pańków – Two metaphysics of freedom. Kant and Hegel on violence and law in the era of the fall of liberal democracy
Peoples history of Poland. A review Forum
10. Wiktor Marzec – Intro: Peoples history of Poland
11. Marcin Jarząbek – “People’s History of Poland”—a guidebook for middle-class readers
12. Ewa Majewska – Serfdom as the Matrix of contemporary Poland, critically revisited
13. Brian Porter-Szűcs – Whiteness and Polishness
14. Michał Pospiszyl – Was the Enlightenment progress?
15. Keely Stauter-Halsted – Adam Leszczyński, “Ludowa historia Polski”: A revolution in Polish historiography?
16. Adam Leszczyński – “The People’s History of Poland” from the author’s perspective: what it is all aboutPrintable Version