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A conversation with Simon Critchley, Judith Butler and Jacques Rancière

Taken place at the New School in New York. Listen here: [audio http://bedeutung.files.wordpress.com/2009/11/critchley_butler_rancierre.mp3]
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Anna Livia Plurabelle (8.32) // James Joyce reads from Ulysses (1929)

Rec: London, 1929 Recording James Joyce by Sylvia Beach [audio http://bedeutung.files.wordpress.com/2009/11/joyce-james_anna-livia-plurabelle.mp3] In 1924, 1 went to the office of His Master’s Voice in Paris to ask them if they would record a reading by James Joyce from Ulysses. I was sent to Piero Coppola, who was in charge of musical records, but His Master’s Voice would agree to record [...]
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Heidegger, Wittgenstein and the Last Judgement

The paper examines some of Heidegger’s early reflections on religious belief. It focuses on his lectures on St Paul and on the latter’s remarks on the Last Judgment in particular. The reading offered illustrates, and thus helps to refine the identity of, a particular kind of recognizably ‘phenomenological’ reflection, which, firstly, can be expected to [...]
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Human Rights in the 21st Century

Speaker: Noam Chomsky Leading thinker Professor Noam Chomsky considers the state and future of human rights. Noam Chomsky is professor of linguistics at MIT. [audio http://bedeutung.files.wordpress.com/2009/11/chomsky_lse.mp3]
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20 Years After the Collapse of the Iron Curtain: Have Our Dreams Come True?

Key political leaders from Central Europe assess whether the hopes and expectations generated by the Iron Curtain’s collapse have been fulfilled. Jan Krzysztof Bielecki was prime minister of Poland in 1991. Ján Carnogurský was prime minister of the Slovak Republic. Václav Havel was the last president of Czechoslovakia and the first president of the Czech [...]
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Patrick Tyler Discusses the Middle East with Lewis Lapham

Patrick Tyler is chief correspondent for The New York Times and the author, most recently, of A World of Trouble: The White House and the Middle East–from the Cold War to the War on Terror. Listen to the discussion below: [audio http://bedeutung.files.wordpress.com/2009/11/patrick-tyler-twit.mp3]
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