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Henry Flynt talks about half a century’s worth of wildly divergent activities

BY Ross Simonini | 21 MAR 14

Imagination, football and the Cameroonian philosopher Achille Mbembe

BY Sean O'Toole | 01 SEP 12

Erik Morse on the translation into English of a 52-part French TV programme featuring philosopher Gilles Deleuze

BY Erik Morse | 01 NOV 11

Throughout the 1990s, the rise of neo-conceptual art coincided with an increasing engagement with theory as a generator of ideas. Did that interest wane, or did it take on new forms in the years that followed? A look back at the last two decades in philosophy

BY Simon Critchley | 01 SEP 11

After the opening last year of the Lee Ufan Museum – a collaboration with the architect Tadao Ando on Naoshima Island, Japan – and ahead of his largest retrospective to date, at New York’s Solomon R. Guggenheim Museum, Lee Ufan talks to Melissa Chiu about his five decades as an artist, writer and philosopher

BY Dr. Melissa Chiu | 01 JUN 11

Dan Fox talks to Simon Critchley about community, avant-garde rituals and being ‘religious without religion’

BY Dan Fox | 01 NOV 10

French philosopher Jean-Luc Nancy talks about subjects ranging from everyday life to film, the body and the soul

BY Erik Morse AND Robert Barry | 01 NOV 10

Michel Serres, one of the most influential and eccentric of French philosophers, turns 80

BY Daniel Miller | 01 SEP 10

A round table discussion led by Jörg Heiser on ‘super-hybridity’: what is it and should we be worried? With Ronald Jones, Nina Power, Seth Price, Sukhdev Sandhu and Hito Steyerl

BY Jörg Heiser | 01 SEP 10

Peter Sloterdijk talks about the phenomena of chemical warfare, designer ventilation and high-density urban living

BY Erik Morse | 01 NOV 09

The evolution of theory and its impact on contemporary thought

BY Jennifer Allen | 17 SEP 09

Vladimir Solovyov is now – thanks to Lenin’s censorship – the most important philosopher you’ve never heard of

BY Noemi Smolik | 17 SEP 09

Do philosophers understand contemporary art?

BY Jörg Heiser | 01 SEP 09

Four leading teachers from universities and art schools around the world reflect on the importance of theory for students today

Boris Groys in conversation with Brian Dillon

BY Brian Dillon | 12 MAR 09

Simon Critchley (Granta, London, 2008)

01 OCT 08

A recent conference at the LSE suggested new ways of dealing with the legacy of continental philosophy

BY Mark Fisher | 20 FEB 08

A new anthology of Rimbaud's work

BY Jerome Boyd-Maunsell | 01 JAN 04

The legacy of Ayn Rand

BY Dan Richardson | 01 JAN 04

The Pleasure of Aphorisms

BY Brian Dillon | 04 APR 03