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Tom Kemple on Georg Simmel

Tom Kemple talks about the special issue on Georg Simmel that he edited with Austin Harrington for the Theory, Culture & Society blog. It’s a fantastic double issue that provides some new translations along with essays on Simmel’s work. In … Continue reading

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Collecting Simmel’s Thoughts

My piece Collecting Simmel’s Thoughts: Fragmentation, Consistency, Unity has been published in Berfrois. It’s a review piece that reflects upon Henry Schermer and David Jary’s recently published book Form and Dialectic in Georg Simmel’s Sociology: A New Perspective. As well … Continue reading

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Current reading…Simmel, Globalization, Benjamin

I haven’t posted very much on here recently about the things I’ve been reading (this is one of the things I’ve used this blog for over the last couple of years, with me adding short reviews of articles and books). … Continue reading

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‘A murderous attack on Georg Simmel’

I was doing some research for some first year lectures on Georg Simmel and I came across the above letter. I might post about the lectures if I get chance, I tried to use new translations and materials to complement … Continue reading

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An interview with Thomas Kemple and Austin Harrington about Simmel

A little while ago I posted about the most recent Theory, Culture & Society annual review. It contained a really substantial special section on the work of Georg Simmel. In this interview on the TCS blog, Thomas Kemple and Austin … Continue reading

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