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The Telos Press Podcast
29 minutes | Sep 26, 2022
Episode 62: Xudong Zhang on Comparative Studies of China and the West
Xudong Zhang discusses his article "China and the West: Methodologies for Comparison," from Telos 199 (Summer 2022).
17 minutes | Sep 19, 2022
Episode 61: Sijia Yao on Third Term Comparisons
Sijia Yao discusses her article "Third Term Comparison," from Telos 199 (Summer 2022).
26 minutes | Sep 12, 2022
Episode 60: Brian Wolfel on Carlyle’s Transcendentalism and Theorizing Postliberalism
Brian Wolfel discusses his article "Thomas Carlyle’s Conception of Transcendentalism in Sartor Resartus and Its Application to Theorizing Postliberalism," from Telos 199 (Summer 2022).
45 minutes | Sep 6, 2022
Episode 59: Karen Thornber on Decentering the West and China
Karen Thornber discusses her article "Decentering the 'West' and 'China' in China-West Comparison," from Telos 199 (Summer 2022).
44 minutes | Aug 22, 2022
Episode 58: Ban Wang on the Clash of Civilization and World Community
Ban Wang discusses his article "The Clash of Civilization and World Community: The West and China," from Telos 199 (Summer 2022).
18 minutes | Aug 15, 2022
Episode 57: Tomáš Sobek on Tolerance as Suppressed Disapproval
Tomáš Sobek discusses his article "Tolerance as Suppressed Disapproval," from Telos 199 (Summer 2022).
84 minutes | Jul 25, 2022
Episode 56: Roundtable on Ukraine and World Order
Telos editors Tim Luke, Mark Kelly, and David Pan discuss their essays on Ukraine and world order from Telos 199 (Summer 2022).
38 minutes | Jul 4, 2022
Episode 55: Courtney Hodrick on Neoreaction, the Alt-Right, and Carl Schmitt
Courtney Hodrick discusses her article "From Neoreaction to Alt-Right: A Schmittian Perspective," from Telos 198 (Spring 2022).
32 minutes | Jun 27, 2022
Episode 54: Georges Van Den Abbeele on the Gig Economy and the Challenge of Mutual Aid
Georges Van Den Abbeele discusses his article "Can the Precariat Be Organized?: The Gig Economy, Worksite Dispersion, and the Challenge of Mutual Aid," from Telos 198 (Spring 2022).
31 minutes | May 23, 2022
Episode 53: Martin Tomszak on John Caputo, Dorothy Day, and the Theology of Divine Weakness
Martin Tomszak discusses his article "'With Desire I Have Desired': Enjoying the Face of the Other as Political Theology: John Caputo and Dorothy Day Situating Hospitality as Divine Encounter," from Telos 198 (Spring 2022).
35 minutes | Feb 11, 2022
Episode 52: Vivian Lee on Hong Kong Cinema
Vivian P. Y. Lee discusses her article "The City in Flux: Toward an Urban Topology of Hong Kong Cinema," from Telos 197 (Winter 2021).
29 minutes | Jan 21, 2022
Episode 51: Xuesong Shao on Wang Xiaoshuai's "Third Front Trilogy"
Xuesong Shao discusses her article "Restoring and Reimagining Socialist-Built Cities: Wang Xiaoshuai's 'Third Front Trilogy,'" from Telos 197 (Winter 2021).
85 minutes | Dec 28, 2021
Episode 50: Timothy W. Luke's The Travails of Trumpification
A panel discussion of Timothy W. Luke's new book, The Travails of Trumpification (Telos Press, 2021), with Timothy Luke, David Pan, Fred Siegel, and Mark S. Weiner.
35 minutes | Dec 14, 2021
Episode 49: Linus Recht on Foucault, Plato, and the Ethics of the Self in the Internet Age
Linus Recht discusses his article "After Desire: Foucault’s Ethical Critique of Psychological Man and the Foucauldian Ethos of the Internet Age," from Telos 196 (Fall 2021).
21 minutes | Dec 12, 2021
Episode 48: Kyle Baasch on Adorno and Foucault in San Francisco
Kyle Baasch discusses his article "Critical Theory in the Flesh: Adorno and Foucault in San Francisco," from Telos 196 (Fall 2021).
28 minutes | Dec 9, 2021
Episode 47: Nir Evron on Hannah Arendt, Thinking, and Metaphor
Nir Evron discusses his article "Hannah Arendt, Thinking, Metaphor," from Telos 196 (Fall 2021).
15 minutes | Nov 19, 2021
Episode 46: Matthew Sharpe on Albert Camus, Political Engagement, and the Contemplative Life
Matthew Sharpe discusses his article "Solitaire/Solidaire: Camus, Contemplation, and the Vita Mixta," from Telos 196 (Fall 2021).
30 minutes | Nov 12, 2021
Episode 45: Lillian Hingley on Adorno, Ibsen, and the Feminine Character
Lillian Hingley discusses her article "The Feminine Character: The Allegory of Ibsen’s Women in Adorno’s Modernist Literary Theory," from Telos 196 (Fall 2021).
122 minutes | Sep 24, 2021
Episode 44: The Causes and Consequences of the US Failure in Afghanistan
Telos editors Mark G. E. Kelly, Adrian Pabst, Marcia Pally, David Pan, and David A. Westbrook discuss the causes of the U.S. failure in Afghanistan and the long-term consequences.
15 minutes | Aug 5, 2021
Episode 43: Matthias Schwartz on Populism, Nationalism, and Virtual Reality in Ukraine
Matthias Schwartz discusses his article "Servants of the People: Populism, Nationalism, State-Building, and Virtual Reality in Contemporary Ukraine," from Telos 195 (Summer 2021).
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