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).