Articles by Peter Dews
Nietzsche for Losers?
NLR 86, March-April 2014, pp. 95-110in
Opening a symposium on Malcolm Bull’s Anti-Nietzsche, Dews retraces the logic of critical supersession in European philosophy before taking issue with the author’s account of Nietzschean will to power and the reading strategy to be pursued in the face of it.Read this article or download a PDF file
Resituating the Postmodern?
NLR 25, January-February 2004, pp. 136-144in
Subjects: Philosophy , Social Theory
Peter Dews on Peter Bürger, Ursprung des postmodernen Denkens. The origins of postmodern thought relocated from the era of late capitalism to the civilizational collapse of the First World War, and its crisis for modernity.Read this article or download a PDF file
Also available in Spanish
- The Limits of Disenchantment
- Adorno, Post-structuralism and the Critique of Identity
- Power and Subjectivity in Foucault