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Bruno Latour : Thought Exhibitions [2017 // 270 p. // translation: Iva Gjurkin]

A special segment that unites the many interests of Bruno Latour is represented by 3 large exhibitions that he set up together with the team around the Center for Art and Media Technology (ZKM) from Karlsruhe, Germany: Iconoclash [2002], Making Things Public [2005] and Reset Modernity! [2016]. He calls them ‘thought exhibitions’ which represent an […]


Lee Edelman: Learning Nothing: Bad Education [2018 // 100 p. // translation: Hana and Srdjan Dvornik]

Taking queerness as one of the figures of ontological exclusion, this essay focuses on the question of how queerness affects an impossible pedagogy that would not teach us anything. Considering this topic, the author analyzes Pedro Almodovar’s “Poor Education” as a work that explores the consequences of Schiller’s conception of aesthetic education.

Lina Gonan (editor): Irreconcilable – Radical Queer Against Gender, State and Capital [2018 // 112 p.]

A small textbook whose original intention was to become a collection of texts about the queer. We did not reflect too much on how this selection “intervenes in the academic field”, but we were guided by an ideological line when choosing, and the result is that the texts do not belong to what is mostly […]

Ante Jerić: Along Malabo – Faces of Contemporary Thought [2016 // 196 p.]

The focus of this book is Malabou’s notion of indifference, defined as the simultaneous separation of “subject from world and world from subject”. While considering this important motif in Malabou’s work, Jerić’s book brings the readings of several authors, Malabou’s occasional companions, who in their work try to think of the indifference of either the […]

Saskia Sassen: Counter-geographies of Globalization [2003 // 119 p. // translation: Danijela Sestrić, Jakov Vilović, Tomislav Medak]

Saskia Sassen is the most influential sociological analyst of urban transformation today and a professor of sociology at the University of Chicago. Through her research on structural changes in urban space and the development of transnational networks in the global digital space that occurs with the processes of economic globalization, Sassen has offered a new […]

Alexander García-Düttmann: Friends and Foes. Absolutely [2003 // 64 p. // translation: Petar Milat]

Alexander García Düttmann is a Professor of Modern European Philosophy at Goldsmiths University in London. García Düttmann is without a doubt one of the more intriguing theorists of the middle generation, always mediating between different backgrounds and languages, philosophical disciplines and traditions. Between the critical theory of the Frankfurt School and deconstruction, between aesthetics and […]

Quentin Meillassoux: After Finitude: An Essay On The Necessity Of Contingency [2016 // 200 p. // translation: Vladimir Šeput]

What Wittgenstein’s Tractatus was for the 20th century After Finitude is for the beginning of the 21st century: a work of extraordinary boldness and elegance, which sees the power of philosophy in a new contemplation of infinity.

Franco Moretti: The Bourgeois: Between History and Literature [2015 // 189 p. // translation: Iva Gjurkin // edition in collaboration with Booksa]

Franco Moretti’s study traces the rise and fall of bourgeois culture through the period of early capitalism and the rise of the bourgeoisie to the position of the ruling class. By analyzing European art of the 18th and 19th centuries, above all the prose as the dominant literary forms, Moretti extracts key words and stylistic […]

Eyal Weizman: The Least of All Possible Evils [2013 // 240 p. // translation: Domagoj Orlić]

At the heart of the book is the question of the transformation of space at a time when political, military and humanitarian action are being mixed to beyond recognition. The author detects the essence of such a fusion in advocating “lesser evil”, and in order to deconstruct the basic coordinates of this ideology, Weizman proposes […]

Jean-Luc Nancy: 2 Essays [2004 // 148 p. // translation: Tomislav Medak]

Jean-Luc Nancy is a professor of philosophy at Marc Bloch University of Strasbourg. He is the author of a large number of extremely influential studies, and certainly the most important thinker of the generation that inherited Derrida, Foucault, Deleuze, or Lyotard. Given the importance of Nancy’s opinion, it can be said that it was with […]

Giorgio Agamben: Homo Sacer: Sovereign Power and Bare Life [2006 // 174 p. // translation: Mario Kopic]

Since its publication in Italian in 1995, Homo sacer has been translated into a multiple languages, and Agamben’s provocative and far-reaching theses have become the subject of frequent debate, greatly exceeding the domain of mere academic discussion. Continuing the works of Walter Benjamin, Hannah Arendt and Michel Foucault, in his book Agamben sets out a […]

Michael Hardt & Antonio Negri: Multitude [2009 // 404 p. // translation: Tomislav Medak]

“Multitude” by Antonio Negri and Michael Hardt is a sequel to probably the most influential philosophical book of the last decade – “Empire”. Just as the emergence of “Empire” was historically shaped by the Paris demonstrations of the mid-1990s and NATO’s intervention in Kosovo, so the writing of the “Multitude” was determined by two events […]