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The Rational Kernel of the Hegelian Dialectic has 18 ratings and 3 reviews. Alex said: This book is divided into four parts: the introduction by Tzuchien. The Rational Kernel of the Hegelian Dialectic will hereafter be referred to as Rational Kernel. 2. its bitter kernel that Badiou produced this first systematic work. The Rational Kernel of the Hegelian Dialectic Translations. introductions and commentary on a text by Zhang Shiying Alain Badiou Joël Bellassen Louis Mossot.

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Paul added it Apr 18, Badiou hegleian a badass when he was a Maoist. This was his early attempt to introduce dynamism into the heretofore static structuralism of Althusser et al, by articulating the relation of quantity and quality as that of the foreclosure of a given term in a structure, which through quantitative accumulation comes to force a change in the structure itself.

Hegel and Badiou on the Dialectics of the Infinite,” complements and oof these aspects of Bartlett and Clemens’s contribution.

In the Library Request this item to view in the Library’s reading rooms using your library card. What if Badiou and Hegel had contained a bit more of this sort of approach? Che marked it as to-read Aug 25, The Badiouians of Badiou and Hegel evidently assume that Hegel’s holism is equivalent to, so to speak, “wholism,” namely, the ontological positing of a Whole i.

This single location in Queensland: It contains useful summaries and analyses of the place s of Hegel in the Badiouian oeuvre. I am not convinced that Calcagno articulates a particularly potent criticism of Badiou here. Lists What are lists? In so doing, he nicely illustrates the philosophical stakes rafional developments in mathematics post-dating Hegel’s death, thus leading to the observation that, “The natural ths question for Hegel. Ryan marked it as to-read Dec 10, Put differently, whereas it is Kantian to deny that noumenal “real being” an sich contains contradictions and inconsistencies, it is definitely not Hegelian — quite the contrary, given Hegel’s ontologization of Kant’s de-ontologized dialectics.


Open to the public ; N Book English Show 0 more libraries Levin Ahmad marked it as to-read May 27, Ragional, for Trott, Badiou, with his emphases on the destructive forces of real negativities, is an inheritor of dialectical materialism fighting against Hegel’s absolutism as the paradigm of an anti-realist idealism in the guise of a tranquil wholism of a serene ideal unity.

Does insisting upon an organic-style pervasive interrelatedness necessarily entail totalization in the manner objected to by Badiou and his followers?

The Rational Kernel of the Hegelian Dialectic

It looks to me as though there is an unresolved tension haunting Ruda’s intriguing, suggestive essay. Moreover, Vernon does so partly on the basis of a careful and persuasive reconstruction of Hegel’s depiction of the amorous and the familial in ‘s Elements of the Philosophy of Right.

Can I get a copy? This book is divided into four parts: Other Authors Tho, Tzuchien. Calcagno furnishes the penultimate chapter with his “Fidelity to the Political Event: The University of Queensland. Badiou’s mature system displaces the relationality essential to Hegel’s anti-finitist absolute idealism from fundamental ontology to phenomenology, a move Hegel would resist.

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The Rational Kernel of the Hegelian Dialectic by Alain Badiou

Ruhsan marked it as to-read Jan 11, Alexander added it Dec 07, Browse titles authors subjects uniform titles series callnumbers dewey numbers starting from optional. The essays in Jim Vernon and Antonio Calcagno’s timely collection cover the multiple facets of Badiou’s highly ambivalent rapport with Hegel’s philosophy as it unfolds from the s through today. The more substantive early works are The Concept of Model and Mark and Lack published in the post-Lacanian journal Cahiers pour l’analysebut these were written under the shadow of Althusserian structuralism.

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Badiou’s writing is at points obtuse but then again, consider his topic. But, Madarasz neither engages with nor even mentions in passing any of us.


This translation is accompanied by a recent interview that questions Badiou on the discrepancies between this text and his current thought, on the nature of dialectics, negativity, modality and his understanding of the historical, political and geographical distance that his text introduces into the present.

Whereas Madarasz’s recourse to Chomsky is original in the context of the ongoing reception of Badiou’s philosophy, his more fundamental naturalist “challenge” to Badiou is not. To be blunt, Badiou is well aware of the temporal structures and dynamics Calcagno has in mind and indeed overtly incorporates them into his theory of the event as involving the interrelated components of second events retroactively eventalizing, so to speak, first events”forcing,” and “naming.

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If your interest is in the founding motivations of Badiou’s late ontology, this book provides a snapshot of the militant Maoist “red years. View online Borrow Buy Freely available Show 0 more links New search User lists Site feedback Ask a librarian Help.

In a broadly Marxist fashion, Toscano gestures towards a simultaneously tragic og dialectical politics in which the tragedy of the divided, dysfunctional polis is the source and site of the political properly speaking. Badiou also addresses the question of appearance as a function of scientific description- in his words, “We should admit that the scope of a phenomenon, thus the transcendental of a world where it appears, is an immanent given of its scientific rationalization.

The next chapter, Norman Madarasz’s “The Biolinguistic Challenge to an Intrinsic Ontology,” confronts Badiou’s anti-naturalist, neo-rationalist theory of subjectivity from a naturalist angle incorporating empirical, life-scientific considerations.