Javier Burdman

Post-doctorant

UCONCRI: Universality, Conflict, and Social Critique in Jean-François Lyotard and the Frankfurt School (dès janvier 2020)



Domaines de recherche

-Philosophie politique contemporaine
-Théorie critique
-Philosophie politique et morale de Kant
-Connaissance et politique

Publications

Articles

-“Universality without Consensus: Jean-François Lyotard on Politics in Postmodernity”, Philosophy and Social Criticism (forthcoming).
-“Between Banality and Radicality: Arendt and Kant on Evil and Responsibility”, European Journal of Political Theory 18.2 (2019), 174-194.
-“The Importance of Mutual Injuries: Nietzsche on God, Law, and Impersonal Punishment”, Law, Culture and the Humanities (forthcoming; available Online First).
 -“Knowledge and the Public World: Arendt on Science, Truth, and Politics,” Constellations 25.3 (2018), 485-496.
-“Necessity, Contingency, and the Future of Kant: Review of Catherine Malabou’s Before Tomorrow: Epigenesis and Rationality,” diacritics 44.1 (2016), 7-25.

Traductions

-Eduardo Sabrovsky: Of the Extraordinary: Nominalism and Modernity (SUNY Press; forthcoming).
-Christoph Menke: “Materialism of form: on the self-reflection of law”, in Contested Regime Collisions: Norm Fragmentation in World Society, eds. Kerstin Blome et al. (Cambridge: Cambridge UP, 2016).
-Vanessa Lemm (ed.): Nietzsche y el devenir de la vida (Santiago de Chile: Fondo de Cultura Económica, 2014).