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Subject:

Simon Critchley: New Paperback and Event

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Rowan Wilson <[log in to unmask]>

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Rowan Wilson <[log in to unmask]>

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Tue, 9 Sep 2008 09:58:27 +0000

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Simon Critchley's "Infinitely Demanding: Ethics of Commitment, Politics of=
=0AResistance" is published by VERSO in paperback on 12th September=0A"A li=
ttle book with a big idea." - Times Literary Supplement=0A"Highly recommend=
ed." - Choice=0A"A stimulating analysis; highly recommended." - Library Jou=
rnal=0A"The culmination of his philosophical work to date."- The Philosophe=
rs' Magazine=0A"The most powerful and provocative philosopher now writing a=
bout the complex relations of ethical subjectivity and =0Areinvigorated dem=
ocracy." - Cornel West=0AISBN 9781844672967 / =A39.99 / paperback=0A=0AAvai=
lable at all good bookshops or on:=0Ahttp://www.amazon.com/Infinitely-Deman=
ding-Commitment-Politics-Resistance/dp/1844672964/ref=3Dpd_bbs_sr_1?ie=3DUT=
F8&s=3Dbooks&qid=3D1220891350&sr=3D8-1=0Ahttp://www.amazon.co.uk/Infinitely=
-Demanding-Commitment-Politics-Resistance/dp/1844672964/ref=3Dsr_1_1?ie=3DU=
TF8&s=3Dbooks&qid=3D1220891536&sr=3D8-1=0A=0AJoin us to celebrate the publi=
cation of the paperback edition of Simon Critchley's=0A"Infinitely Demandin=
g: Ethics of Commitment, Politics of Resistance."=0AThe Speakers' Society=
=0AContemporary Art, Culture and Politics=0A'Simon Critchley will tell you =
how to live'=0ASaturday 13 September, 5pm @ Paradise Row=0A=0AParadise Row =
is pleased to announce the launch of The Speakers' Society, a forum=0Afor t=
he exploration of ideas in the realms of contemporary art, culture and=0Apo=
litics. The Speakers' Society is generously supported by Outset Contemporar=
y=0AArt Fund.=0AAt our first event philosopher Simon Critchley will take th=
e opportunity to=0Arefute the old Ciceronian wisdom that to philosophise is=
 to learn how to die,=0Aand instead exalt a philosophy that is committed to=
 learning how to live. Such=0Aa philosophy takes on the task of thinking of=
 the future through the present.=0AAt the Speakers' Society, and in associa=
tion with the How to Live blog at=0Awww.htlblog.com, Simon Critchley tells =
us how to live today.=0A=0ADATE/TIME: Talk from 5pm, SATURDAY 13 SEPTEMBER=
=0ATICKETS: =A35 / FREE for concessions.=0AADDRESS: Paradise Row, 17 Herefo=
rd Street, London, E2.=0AMAP/DIRECTIONS: See 'Contact' page at www.paradise=
row.com=0APLease RSVP to: 44(0)207 6133311 / [log in to unmask]
This event is held in collaboration with How To Live and VERSO.=0A=0AFurthe=
r Information=0ASimon Critchley was born in Hertfordshire in 1960, and curr=
ently lives and works=0Ain New York as Professor of Philosophy at the New S=
chool for Social Research.=0AHe failed dramatically at school before failin=
g in a large number of punk bands=0Ain the late 70s and failing as a poet s=
ome time later. This was followed by=0Afailure as a radical political activ=
ist. By complete accident, he ended up at=0Auniversity when he was 22 and d=
ecided to stay. He found a vocation in teaching=0Aphilosophy, although his =
passions still lie in music, poetry and politics. He=0Ais the author of man=
y books, including (with Verso) Infinitely Demanding:=0AEthics of Commitmen=
t, Politics of Resistance, also Ethics-Politics-Subjectivity, =0AVery Littl=
e... Almost Nothing, On Humour and Things Merely Are and most recently=0A(w=
ith Granta) The Book Of Dead Philosophers.=0AVERSO is the most influential =
radical publisher in the UK and US, now in its 38th =0Ayear. It grew out of=
 the celebrated journal New Left Review and has published many =0Aof the ma=
jor figures on the left, including Tariq Ali, Eric Hobsbawm, John Pilger, =
=0ABenedict Anderson, Ellen Meiksins Wood, Terry Eagleton and Jacques Derri=
da.=0AOutset Contemporary Art Fund is a philanthropic organisation dedicate=
d to=0Abringing private funding from its supporters and trustees to public =
museums,=0Agalleries, and art projects in order to give new audiences proxi=
mity to the=0Avisual arts, building long-lasting relationships within the i=
nternational=0Aartistic community.=0AHow to Live (www.htlblog.com) is a blo=
g dedicated to hosting engaging and=0Aengaged reflections on matters of lif=
e and death. Through an archive of=0Aarguments, images and interviews, vari=
ous understandings of life are proposed=0Aand thrown into question.=0AParad=
ise Row Gallery aims to show the work of outstanding, emerging contemporary=
 =0Aartists. The core of their position is an interest in art that clearly =
engages =0Awith the world at large. Its program comprises of artists whose =
work is visually =0Apowerful, intelligent and engages with themes and subje=
cts of wide and deep relevance=0Ato contemporary society.www.paradiserow.co=
m=0A=0A=0A=0A      

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