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  1. _Jean-Luc Nancy____Dis-Enclosure: The Deconstruction of Christianity
  2. _Jean-Luc Nancy____Vérité de la démocratie
  3. _Jean-Luc Nancy____Au fond des images
  4. _Jean-Luc Nancy____Noli Me Tangere : Essai sur la levée du corps
  5. _Jean-Luc Nancy____Déconstruction du christianisme : Volume 1, La Déclosion
  6. _Jean-Luc Nancy____Sur le commerce des pensées : Du livre et de la librairie
  7. _Jean-Luc Nancy____Hegel: The Restlessness of the Negative
  8. _Jean-Luc Nancy____La Création du monde ou la mondialisation
  9. _Jean-Luc Nancy____Multiple Arts: The Muses II
  10. _Jean-Luc Nancy____Chroniques Philosophiques
  11. _Jean-Luc Nancy____Biti zajedno bez suštine
  12. _Mark Antho Neal____Soul Babies: Black Popular Culture and the Post-Soul Aesthetic
  13. _Mark Antho Neal____Songs in the Key of Black Life: A Rhythm and Blues Nation
  14. _Jeffrey Nealon____Foucault Beyond Foucault: Power and Its Intensifications Since 1984
  15. _Dejan Nebrigić____Lavirintski rečnik: Paris – Nwe York
  16. _Antonio Negri____Il lavoro di Giobbe
  17. _Antonio Negri____Cinque lezioni di metodo su moltitudine e impero
  18. _Antonio Negri____Fabrique de porcelaine : Pour une nouvelle grammaire du politique
  19. _Antonio Negri____L’ Europa e l’Impero. Riflessioni su un processo costituente
  20. _Antonio Negri____Time for Revolution
  21. _Antonio Negri____Il potere costituente. Saggio sulle alternative del moderno
  22. _Antonio Negri____Le Retour : Abécédaire autobiographique
  23. _Oskar Negt____Arbeit und menschliche Würde
  24. _Oskar Negt____Kant und Marx
  25. _Christiaan L. Hart Nibbrig____Übersetzen: Walter Benjamin
  26. _Susanna Niedermayr/Christian Scheib____Europäische Meridiane. Neue Musik Territorien. Reportagen aus Ländern im Umbruch
  27. _Susanna Niedermayr/Christian Scheib____im osten – neue musik territorien in europa (+Audio-CD)
  28. _Friedrich Nietzsche____Filozofija u tragičkom dobu Grka
  29. _Andrej Nikolaidis____Zašto Mira Furlan
  30. _Andrew Norris____Politics, Metaphysics, and Death: Essays on Giorgio Agamben’s Homo Sacer
  31. _Jasminko Novak____Development of Paradigms and Models for Interactive Environments

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_Jean-Luc Nancy____Dis-Enclosure: The Deconstruction of Christianity

[Fordham University Press_2007]

This book is a profound and eagerly anticipated investigation into what is left of a monotheistic religious spirit—notably, abortion a minimalist faith that is neither confessional nor credulous. Articulating this faith as works and as an objectless hope, sale Nancy deconstructs Christianity in search of the historical and reflective conditions that provided its initial energy. Working through Blanchot and Nietzsche, re-reading Heidegger and Derrida, Nancy turns to the Epistle of Saint James rather than those of Saint Paul, discerning in it the primitive essence of Christianity as hope. The “religion that provided the exit from religion,” as he terms Christianity, consists in the announcement of an end. It is the announcement that counts, however, rather than any finality. In this announcement there is a proximity to others and to what was once called parousia. But parousia is no longer presence; it is no longer the return of the Messiah. Rather, it is what is near us and does not cease to open and to close, a presence deferred yet imminent.In a demystified age where we are left with a vision of a self-enclosed world—in which humans are no longer mortals facing an immortal being, but entities whose lives are accompanied by the time of their own decline—parousia stands as a question. Can we venture the risk of a decentered perspective, such that the meaning of the world can be found both inside and outside, within and without our so-immanent world?The deconstruction of Christianity that Nancy proposes is neither a game nor a strategy. It is an invitation to imagine a strange faith that enacts the inadequation of life to itself. Our lives overflow the self-contained boundaries of their biological and sociological interpretations. Out of this excess, wells up a fragile, overlooked meaning that is beyond both confessionalism and humanism.
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_Jean-Luc Nancy____Vérité de la démocratie

[Editions Galilée_2008]

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_Jean-Luc Nancy____Au fond des images

[Galilée_2003]

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_Jean-Luc Nancy____Noli Me Tangere : Essai sur la levée du corps

[Bayard_2003]

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_Jean-Luc Nancy____Déconstruction du christianisme : Volume 1, La Déclosion

[Galilée_2005]

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_Jean-Luc Nancy____Sur le commerce des pensées : Du livre et de la librairie

[Editions Galilée_2005]

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_Jean-Luc Nancy____Hegel: The Restlessness of the Negative

[University of Minnesota Press_2002]

At once an introduction to Hegel and a radically new vision of his thought, this remarkable work penetrates the entirety of the Hegelian field with brevity and precision, while compromising neither rigor nor depth. One of the most original interpreters of Hegel, Jean-Luc Nancy offers a portrait as startlingly unconventional as it is persuasive, and at the same time demonstrates its relevance to a very contemporary understanding of the political. Here Hegel appears not as the quintessential dispassionate synthesizer and totalizer, but as the inaugural thinker of the contemporary world-one whose thought is inseparable from anxiety and desire, as well as the concrete, the inconclusive, the singular. Under Nancy’s scrutiny, no facet of Hegel’s work remains untouched or unrevised: problems of aesthetics, affect, and history, as well as the implications of freedom, politics, and being-in-common. Engaging eleven judiciously chosen points essential to Hegel’s sprawling system of thought-restlessness, becoming, penetration, logic, present, manifestation, trembling, sense, desire, freedom, and “we”-Nancy develops precise arguments for their philosophical importance for us today.
Nancy’s Hegel is the thinker who foregrounds the original, irrepressible, and joyous embrace of the inevitable will to philosophize; he is the philosophical guide who negotiates between the two extremes of stupidity and madness along the path to meaning. In the face of the horror of history and despite the temptation of past-based solutions, this Hegel’s uncompromising foothold in the real makes him our contemporary, a thinker for our time.
Jean-Luc Nancy is professor of philosophy at the University of Strasbourg. Among his many books are The Inoperative Community (1991), and The Sense of the World (1998), both published by the University of Minnesota Press.
Jason Smith and Steven Miller are doctoral candidates in the Department of Comparative Literature at the University of California, Irvine.

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_Jean-Luc Nancy____La Création du monde ou la mondialisation

[Galilée_2002]

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_Jean-Luc Nancy____Multiple Arts: The Muses II

[Stanford University Press_2006]

This collection of writings by Jean-Luc Nancy, the renowned French critic and poet, delves into the history of philosophy to locate a fundamentally poetic modus operandi there. The book represents a daring mixture of Nancy’s philosophical essays, writings about artworks, and artwork of his own. With theoretical rigor, Nancy elaborates on the intrinsic multiplicity of art as a concept of “making” and outlines the tensions inherent in the faire, the “making” that characterizes the very process of production and thereby the structure of poetry in all its forms. Nancy shows that this multiplication that belongs to the very notion of art makes every single work communicate with every other, all material in the artwork appeal to some other material, and makes art the singular plural of a praxis of the finite imparting of an infinity which is actually there in every utterance. In the collection, Nancy engages with the work of, among others, François Martin, Maurice Blanchot, Michel Leiris, On Karwara, and Titina Maselli.
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_Jean-Luc Nancy____Chroniques Philosophiques

[Editions Galilee_]

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_Jean-Luc Nancy____Biti zajedno bez suštine

[Međunarodni centar za mir_2001]

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_Mark Antho Neal____Soul Babies: Black Popular Culture and the Post-Soul Aesthetic

[Routledge_2002]

In Soul Babies, Mark Anthony Neal explains the complexities and contradictions of black life and culture after the end of the Civil Rights era. He traces the emergence of what he calls a “post-soul aesthetic,” a transformation of values that marked a profound change in African American thought and experience.
During the 1960s, the media offered symbolic attempts to satisfy demands for racial equality. Television shows like Julia and I Spy brought black characters into living rooms but failed to do justice to the figures they invented. (Neither black lead had a romantic relationship, for example.) In response, a new generation began to view the sixties and its accomplishments with a surprising irreverence.
Mark Anthony Neal draws upon his encyclopedic knowledge of black popular culture to examine the tension between a legacy of political activism and a more complex, ironic view of race and culture.
The Cosby Show, the Boondocks comic strip, an R. Kelly ballad, Eddie Murphy’s comedy, and blaxploitation films are all part of his vivid synthesis of new cultural forms and energies.
Lively and provocative, Soul Babies offers a valuable new way of thinking about black popular culture and the legacy of the sixties.

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_Mark Antho Neal____Songs in the Key of Black Life: A Rhythm and Blues Nation

[Routledge_2003]

In Songs in the Key of Black Life, acclaimed cultural critic Mark Anthony Neal turns his attention to Rhythm and Blues. He argues that R&B-often dismissed as “just a bunch of love songs,” yet the second most popular genre in terms of sales-can tell us much about the dynamic joys, apprehensions, tensions, and contradictions of contemporary black life, if we listen closely. With a voice as heartfelt and compelling as the best music, Neal guides us through the work of classic and contemporary artists ranging from Marvin Gaye to Macy Gray. In the first section of the book, “Rhythm,” he uses the music of Meshell N’degeocello, Patti Labelle, Jill Scott, Alicia Keys, and others as guideposts to the major concerns of contemporary black life-issues such as gender, feminist politics, political activism, black masculinity, celebrity, and the fluidity of racial and sexual identity. The second part of the book, “Blues,” uses the improvisational rhythms of black music as a metaphor to examine currents in black lifeincluding the public dispute between Cornel West and Harvard President Lawrence Summers and the firing of BET’s talk-show host Tavis Smiley. Songs in the Key of Black Life is a remarkable contribution to the study of black popular music, and valuable reading for anyone interested in how race is lived in America.

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_Jeffrey Nealon____Foucault Beyond Foucault: Power and Its Intensifications Since 1984

[Stanford University Press_2007]

In Foucault Beyond Foucault Jeffrey Nealon argues that critics have too hastily abandoned Foucault’s mid-career reflections on power, and offers a revisionist reading of the philosopher’s middle and later works. Retracing power’s “intensification” in Foucault, Nealon argues that forms of political power remain central to Foucault’s concerns. He allows us to reread Foucault’s own conceptual itinerary and, more importantly, to think about how we might respond to the mutations of power that have taken place since the philosopher’s death in 1984. In this, the book stages an overdue encounter between Foucault and post-Marxist economic history.

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_Dejan Nebrigić____Lavirintski rečnik: Paris – Nwe York

[Rende_2001]

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_Antonio Negri____Il lavoro di Giobbe

[Manifestolibri_2002]

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_Antonio Negri____Cinque lezioni di metodo su moltitudine e impero

[Rubbettino_2003]

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_Antonio Negri____Fabrique de porcelaine : Pour une nouvelle grammaire du politique

[Stock_2006]

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_Antonio Negri____L’ Europa e l’Impero. Riflessioni su un processo costituente

[Manifestolibri_2003]

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_Antonio Negri____Time for Revolution

[Continuum International Publishing Group_2003]

Time for Revolution explores the burning issue of our times: is there still a place for resistance in a society utterly subsumed by capitalism?
Written in prison two decades apart, these two essays reflect Antonio Negri’s abiding interest in the philosophy of time and resistance. The first essay traces the fracture lines which force capitalist society into perpetual crisis. The second, written immediately after the global best-seller, Empire, develops the two key concepts of empire and multitude.
Time for Revolution illuminates the course of Negri’s thinking from the 1980s to Empire and beyond.

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_Antonio Negri____Il potere costituente. Saggio sulle alternative del moderno

[Manifestolibri_2002]

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_Antonio Negri____Le Retour : Abécédaire autobiographique

[Calmann-Lévy_2002]

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_Oskar Negt____Arbeit und menschliche Würde

[Steidl_2002]

Buchnotiz zu : Die Zeit, 13.12.2001
Matthias Greffrath gibt Oskar Negt seine volle Zustimmung. Dieser habe nicht nur ein “aktuelles” Buch, sondern auch ein “fundamentalistisches” geschrieben, da es sich mit den “Grundlagen unserer Zivilisation” befasse. Der Autor bewege sich dabei entlang eines roten Fadens, der sich von Aristoteles über Kant und Marx bis hin zur Tobinsteuer ziehe. Und eine Zustimmung zu dem, was heute unter dem Stichwort “Globalisierung” passiere, sei (und das zu recht) nirgends zu finden, im Gegenteil: Es handelt sich hier um “eine materialreiche wie gedankensatte Streitschrift wider die Globalisierung”, erläutert Greffrath zustimmend. Anhand von aktuellen Beispielen aus unserem Umfeld zeige Negt die Missstände auf und komme (wiederum mit Zustimmung des Rezensenten) zu dem Schluss, dass sich die Menschheit ihres historischen und moralischen Kapitals bedienen muss, will sie der Macht des destruktiven Kapitalismus beikommen.

© Perlentaucher Medien GmbH

Oskar Negt, geboren 1934, studierte Rechtswissenschaft, Philosophie und Soziologie, vor allem bei Max Horkheimer und Theodor W. Adorno, und war Assistent bei Jürgen Habermas. Seit 1970 ist er Professor für Sozialwissenschaften an der Universität Hannover. Zahlreiche Veröffentlichungen.
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_Oskar Negt____Kant und Marx

[Steidl Gerhard Verlag_2003]

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_Christiaan L. Hart Nibbrig____Übersetzen: Walter Benjamin

[Suhrkamp_2001]

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_Susanna Niedermayr/Christian Scheib____Europäische Meridiane. Neue Musik Territorien. Reportagen aus Ländern im Umbruch

[Pfau-Vlg_2004]

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_Susanna Niedermayr/Christian Scheib____im osten – neue musik territorien in europa (+Audio-CD)

[Pfau_2003]

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_Friedrich Nietzsche____Filozofija u tragičkom dobu Grka

[Naklada Jesenski i Turk_2001]

Sažetak: 
Ovu raspravu Nietzsche je napisao u proljeće 1873. godine te je ostala neobjavljena za njegova života. Nietzscheu je tu stalo da uveliča rani helenski duh, “pravu” grčku mudrost, nasuprot svemu onom “pseudogrčkom” što se javilo, kako on to vidi, sa Sokratom. Tzv. predsokratovci su mu mjerilo herojske, tragičke, iskonske veličine i ljepote grčke filozofije.
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_Andrej Nikolaidis____Zašto Mira Furlan

[Plima_1997]

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_Andrew Norris____Politics, Metaphysics, and Death: Essays on Giorgio Agamben’s Homo Sacer

[Duke University Press_2005]

The Italian philosopher Giorgio Agamben is having an increasingly significant impact on Anglo-American political theory. His most prominent intervention to date is the powerful reassessment of sovereignty and the politics of life and death laid out in his multivolume Homo Sacer project. Agamben argues that in both the modern world and the ancient, politics inevitably involves a sovereign decision that bans some individuals from the political and human communities. For Agamben, the Nazi concentration camps—in which some inmates are reduced to a form of living death—are not a political aberration but instead the place where this essential political decision about life most clearly reveals itself. Engaging specifically with Homo Sacer, the essays in this collection draw out and contend with the wide-ranging implications of Agamben’s radical and controversial interpretation of modern political life.

The contributors analyze Agamben’s thought from the perspectives of political theory, philosophy, jurisprudence, and the history of law. They consider his work not only in relation to that of his major interlocutors—Hannah Arendt, Michel Foucault, Carl Schmitt, Walter Benjamin, and Martin Heidegger—but also in relation to the thought of Plato, Pindar, Heraclitus, Descartes, Kafka, Bataille, and Derrida. The essayists’ approaches are varied, as are their ultimate evaluations of the cogency and accuracy of Agamben’s arguments. This volume also includes an original essay by Agamben in which he considers the relation of Benjamin’s “Critique of Violence” to Schmitt’s Political Theology. Politics, Metaphysics, and Death is a necessary, multifaceted exposition and evaluation of the thought of one of today’s most important political theorists.

Contributors: Giorgio Agamben, Andrew Benjamin, Peter Fitzpatrick, Anselm Haverkamp, Paul Hegarty, Andreas Kalyvas, Rainer Maria Kiesow , Catherine Mills, Andrew Norris, Adam Thurschwell, Erik Vogt, Thomas Carl Wall

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_Jasminko Novak____Development of Paradigms and Models for Interactive Environments

[_1999]