Issue #44, 2013
Jean-Luc Nancy:
Sharing Voices

Anca Benera, Arnold Estefan:
From Object To Subject

Mihaela Brebenel:
Fictions, Horizons, And Free Falls: Some Meeting Points In Contemporary Art And Thought

Alexandru Polgár in a Dialogue with Attila Tordai-S.:
Tranzit.Ro/Cluj – Prehistory Of A Curatorial Project.

Diana Marincu:
The Right To Opacity

Alina Popa and Florin Flueraș in a Dialogue with Corina L. Apostol:

Ciprian Mureșan:
Beudean’s Log

Xandra Popescu & Larisa Crunțeanu:
Exemplary Stories

An Interview with Mary Jane Jacob by Andrey Shental:
“I Think We Need To Rehabilitate Our Definition Of Art.”

Raluca Popa:
Property, Wage And Strike

Michael Haneke:
Terror And Utopia Of Form: Robert Bresson’s Au Hasard Balthazar

Michael Haneke:
Violence and the Media

Christopher Sharrett:
The World That Is Known. An Interview with Michael Haneke

Roy Grundmann:
Unsentimental Education. An Interview with Michael Haneke

Reiner Schürmann:
The Ontological Difference And Political Philosophy

Reiner Schürmann:
On Constituting Oneself An Anarchistic Subject

Reiner Schürmann:
Adventures Of The Double Negation: On Richard Bernstein's Call For Anti-Anti-Humanism

Reiner Schürmann:
Concerning Philosophy In The United States