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by Eduardo Cadava and Sara Nadal-Melsió
by Daniel F. Stone
Recovering the Later Georg Lukács
by Matthew J. Smetona
by Gigi Roggero
Translated by Clara Pope
by Teddy Cruz and Fonna Forman
by Robert Gottlieb
What's the Worst That Could Happen?
by Andrew Leigh
by Taylor Dotson
Convention and Materialism
by Paolo Virno
Foreword by Giorgio Agamben
Translated by Lorenzo Chiesa