Sunday Link Post: Cosmos & History and Laruelle in London

Aaron Bady’s always excellent Sunday Reading this week focuses on writings and posts concerning the Occupy Everything actions.

Once you get through that list check out the latest issue of the open access journal Cosmos & History. The issue is guest edited by Michael O’Neill Burns and Brian Anthony Smith, both of the University of Dundee where the 2010 conference “Real Objects or Material Subjects?” was held. The issue includes a number of the papers presented there as well as some new ones. Also of interest to AUFS readers will be the article by AUFS contributor Ryan Krahn on Hegelianism without transcendence and the interview with Adrian Johnston.

John Mullarkey, formerly of Dundee but now teaching at Kingston University’s London Graduate School, has organized a new annual lecture from François Laruelle. The first is to take place this December and you can find more information at the LGS website.