This issue includes essays on William James and chance, the Foucault/Derrida debate, the meaning of clichés, and a translation of the late Nicolas Abraham’s seminar on the dual unity and the phantom. On the cover and throughout the issue, glass sculptures by Norwood Viviano portray the relationship between industry and population change in American cities.
- Seminar on the Dual Unity and the Phantom
- Transforming the Self amidst the Challenges of Chance: William James on “Our Undisciplinables”
- Against Teleologism: Notes on Reason, Madness, and Sovereignty from Socrates to the Foucault/Derrida Debate
- The Meaning of Clichés
- The Haunted Delimitation of Subjectivity in the Work of Nicolas Abraham: Translator’s Preface