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English-Language Bibliography of Writings About Cornelius Castoriadis


N.B.: This draft bibliography is an updated and reorganized version of the English-language bibliographies of writings about Cornelius Castoriadis that appeared in Cornelius Castoriadis's Political and Social Writings, translated and edited by David Ames Curtis, volume 1 (©1988 by the University of Minnesota) and volume 3 (©1993 by the Regents of the University of Minnesota). Published and © by Agora International and used by permission of the University of Minnesota Press.

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Abbreviations:

Castoriadis Pseudonyms
(Pseudonymes de Castoriadis)

  • Paul Cardan
  • Pierre Chaulieu
  • Jean-Marc Coudray
  • Jean Delvaux
  • Marc Noiraud

English-Language Critical Assessments of and Responses to Castoriadis (and/or to Socialisme ou Barbarie):

  • EN1954a Raya Dunayevskaya. "Socialism or Barbarism " (column: "Two Worlds: Notes from a Diary "). Correspondence, July 10, 1954: ##.
    • The Correspondence Booklet. ##: ##, 1954: ## (edited version).
  • EN1955a Raya Dunayevskaya. "'Socialism or Barbarism': On the Problem of a Workers' Paper." News & Letters, 1:4 (August 5, 1955): 5.
  • EN1958a Anon. "Facing Reality--1958" and "Readers from All Walks of Life Hail New Publication" (reviews of Facing Reality, a book that included an unauthorized editing of Pierre Chaulieu's--i.e., Castoriadis's--contribution). Correspondence Special Book Supplement, June 1958: 1S.
  • EN1958b Anon. "French Crisis Speeds Plans for New Workers Paper" (summary of a Chaulieu article in the July 1958 issue of S. ou B.).Correspondence,July 1958: ##.
  • EN1960a# Cliff Slaughter. "What is Revolutionary Leadership?" Labour Review, 5:3 (October-November 1960): 93-96, 105-111; see: 107-108 (S. ou B.), 110-11 (S. ou B./Socialism Reaffirmed).
  • EN1961a Ken Coates. "Socialism and the Division of Labor. Some Notes on the Views of Paul Cardan" (discussion of EN1961B ). International Socialism, 5 (Summer 1961): 18-23.
  • EN1965a "Cardan Debate." Solidarity for Workers' Power, 3:10 (16 August 1965): 22–25.
  • EN1965b Chris Harman. "Return to Utopia. Modern Capitalism and Revolution" (review). International Socialism, 22 (Autumn 1965): 28.
  • EN1966a George Lichtheim. "Bureaucracy and Totalitarianism." Marxism in Modern France. New York: Columbia University Press, 1966: 182-92.
  • EN1966b "About Ourselves " (announcement of publication of EN1966A ). Solidarity for Workers' Power, 4:3 (August 1966): 23.
  • EN1967a "Glasgow Meeting." Solidarity for Workers' Power, 4:8 (July 1967): 13-14; see; 13 (S. ou B.).
  • EN1967b Maurice Brinton. "Vietnam. Discussion Continued." Solidarity for Workers' Power, 4:8 (July 1967): 24-26; see: 25 (mention of Castoriadis writings).
  • EN1967c M[aurice] B[rinton]. Review of Marxism in Modern France. Solidarity for Workers' Power, 4:9 (18 September 1967): 17-18; see: 17 (mention of S. ou B.).
  • EN1967d Maria Fyfe. "Sexual Thermidor" (response to EN1967B ). Solidarity for Workers' Power, 4:9 (18 September 1967): 19-21.
  • EN1967e Jenny James. "Sexual Thermidor-2" (response to EN1967B and EN1967d). Solidarity for Workers' Power, 4:10 (November 1967): 21-23.
  • EN1968a Jean-Paul Sartre. The Communists and the Peace. New York: George Braziller, 1968: 3-231.
  • EN1968b Anon. "Student Movements in France" (includes review of La Brèche). Times Literary Supplement, 25 July 1968: 769-70.
  • EN1969a "Outline of a Revolution". The French Student Uprising, November 1967 - June 1968. An Analytical Record (translation of FR1969a ). Pierre Vidal-Naquet and Alain Schnapp, eds. Boston: Beacon Press, 1969: 1-64; see: 3, 9-10, 65-66, 115, 140n1, 289 (S. ou B.).
  • EN1969b M[aurice] B[rinton]. "Capitalism and Socialism: A Rejoinder." Solidarity for Workers' Power, 5:8 (March 1969): 21-25; see: 25 (mention of Castoriadis writings).
  • EN1969c M[aurice] B[rinton]. Review of Obsolete Communism: The Left-Wing Alternative(see EN1968B ). Solidarity for Workers' Power, 5:9 (April 1969): 19-20.
  • EN1969d David Ramsay Steele. "'Solidarity': Not so Solid." Socialist Standard: Official Journal Socialist Party of Gt. Britain and World Socialist Party of Ireland, 774 (February 1969): 24-26.
  • EN1969e Anon. "About Ourselves." Solidarity for Workers' Power, 5:9 (April 1969): 26 (mention of Castoriadis writings).
  • EN1969f Anon. "Solidarity Conference." Solidarity for Workers' Power, 5:10 (1 May 1969): 21.
  • EN1969g Anon. "About Ourselves." Solidarity for Workers' Power, 5:11 (1 June 1969): 20, 26; see: 20 (mention of Castoriadis writings).
  • EN1969h Anon. "About Ourselves." Solidarity for Workers' Power, 6:2 (13 November 1969): 6a-6b; see: 6b.
  • EN1970a Anon. "About Ourselves". Solidarity for Workers' Power, 6:6 (15 October 1970): 26 (mention of ES1970A ).
  • EN1971a Allen Binstock. "Socialisme ou Barbarie: Examination of a Revolutionary Project." M.A. History thesis. University of Wisconsin. 1971. 232pp.
  • EN1971b Bob Potter. "History and Revolution: 1. A Critique of Cardan's Critique." SolidarityDiscussion Bulletin No. 1. No date (1971?): 1-5.
  • EN1971c Maurice Brinton. "History and Revolution: 2. On Unhistorical Materialism." Solidarity Discussion Bulletin No. 1. No date (1971?): 6-14.
  • EN1971d John King. "The Economic Fate of Modern Capitalism". Solidarity for Workers' Power, 6:12 (25 December 1971): 19-29.
  • EN1972a Anon. "Our Latest Pamphlet Workers Councils and the Economics of Self-Management." Solidarity for Workers' Power, 7:1 (9 April 1972): 29.
  • EN1972b M.B. "On the Solidarity Wavelength". Solidarity for Workers' Power, 7:4 (8 December 1972): 20-22.
  • EN1973a Maurice Merleau-Ponty. Adventures of the Dialectic. Trans. Joseph Bien. Evanston, IL: Northwestern University Press, 1973: 232 (Castoriadis is the "Marxist friend" referred to in the text of this 1955 essay).
  • EN1973b Anon. "On the Solidarity Wavelength". Solidarity for Workers' Power, 7:5 (no date): 16-19.
  • EN1973c Anon. "National Solidarity Meeting". Solidarity for Workers' Power, 7:6 (22 April 1973): 19-20, 30 (Cardan).
  • EN1973d C. S. "On the Solidarity Wavelength". Solidarity for Workers' Power, 7:7 (20 July 1973): 15-19.
  • EN1973e Adam Buick. "Solidarity, the Market and Marx." [Libertarian Communist], 2 (April 1973): 1-4.
  • EN1973f A[ki] O[rr], "Political Consequences of A Philosophical Illusion," Solidarity for Workers' Power, 7:6 (April 22 1973): 19-20.
  • EN1973g H.S. "I.C.O...NOGRAPHY". Solidarity for Workers' Power, 7:8 (13 October 1973): 22-24.
  • EN1974a Anon. "Sectarian Struggles" (review of SB 1, SB 2, EMO 1, and EMO 2). Times Literary Supplement, 11 October 1974: 1110.
  • EN1975a Mark Poster. "Socialisme ou Barbarie." In the "Stalinism and the Existentialists" section of his Existential Marxism in Postwar France: From Sartre to Althusser. Princeton: Princeton University Press, 1975: 201-5 (CC/Lefort/S. ou B.); see also: 172 (Lefort/S. ou B.), 210 (S. ou B.), 211 (CC/Lefort/Morin), 216 (S. ou B.), 222, 371n28 (Morin/Lefort/Coudray, 384 (S. ou B.), 387n52 (Morin/Lefort/CC).
  • EN1975b Richard Gombin. The Origins of Modern Leftism. Trans. Michael K. Perl. London: Penguin, 1975: 32-39, 94-95, 98-105.
  • EN1975c Dick Howard. "Introduction to Castoriadis." Telos, 23 (Spring 1975): 117-31.
  • EN1975d Anon. "On the Solidarity Wavelength". Solidarity for Workers' Power, 8:2 (31 May 1975): 28.
  • EN1975e Paul Piccone. "Korsch in Spain." New German Critique, 6 (Fall 1975): 148-63; see 152-53n11.
  • EN1976a Claude Lefort. "An Interview with Claude Lefort" (19 April 1975 interview originally published in Anti-Mythes, 14; contains many references to Castoriadis). Trans. Dorothy Gehrke and Brian Singer. Telos, 30 (Winter 1976-77): 173-92.
  • EN1977a Dick Howard. "Ontology and the Political Project." The Marxian Legacy. London: Macmillan Press, 1977: pp. 262-301, with notes 328-33.
    • 2nd ed. London: Macmillan, and Minneapolis: University of Minnesota Press, 1988: 224-63, with notes: 398-403 (see also EN1988a ).
  • EN1977b André Liebich. "Socialisme ou Barbarie: A Radical Critique of Bureaucracy." Our Generation, 12 (Fall 1977): 55-62.
  • EN1977c Andre Gorz. "Sartre and the Deaf." Telos, 33 (Fall 1977): 106-8.
  • EN1977d Edgar Morin. "The Noise and the Message." Telos, 33 (Fall 1977): 110-11.
  • EN1977e Bernard-Henri Levy. "Response to the Master Censors." Telos, 33 (Fall 1977): 116-19.
  • EN1978a Leszek Kolakowski. Main Currents of Marxism. Oxford: Clarendon Press, 1978: 3:481.
    • New York: W. W. Norton & Company, 2005: 1172.
  • EN1978b E. P. Thompson. The Poverty of Theory and Other Essays. London: Merlin press, 1980: 360, 396n167.
  • EN1978c "Pamphlets." Solidarity for Social Revolution, 6 (December 1978 - January 1979): 17.
  • EN1978d John King. "Economic Crisis: Myth and Reality." Solidarity for Social Revolution, 6 (December 1978 - January 1979): 5-9, 12.
  • EN1979a Harry Cleaver. Reading Capital Politically. Brighton: Harvester, 1979: 49-52 (Castoriadis and S. ou B.).
  • EN1979b J. C. "The Poverty of Theory" (review of E. P. Thompson's book, with reference to Cardan) Solidarity for Social Revolution, 7 (March - April 1979): 6-7.
  • EN1979c Gregory Renault. "From Bureaucracy to L'imaginaire: Cornelius Castoriadis' Imminent Critique of Marxism" Catalyst, 13 (Spring 1979): 72-90.
  • EN1979d Gregory Renault. "Major Works of Cornelius Castoriadis." Catalyst, 13 (Spring 1979): 105-10.
  • EN1979e K. M. "Autonomy & Politics." Solidarity for Social Revolution, 9 (August - September 1979): 20.
  • EN1979f Brian Singer. "The Early Castoriadis: Socialism, Barbarism and the Bureaucratic Thread." Canadian Journal of Political and Social Theory, 3:3 (Fall/Autumn 1979): 35-56.
  • EN1979g Vincent Descombes. Modern French Philosophy. New York and Cambridge, England: Cambridge University Press, 1979): 129-34.
  • EN1980a Brian Singer. "The Later Castoriadis: Institutions under Interrogation." Canadian Journal of Political and Social Theory, 4:1 (Winter 1980): 75-101.
  • EN1980b Anon. "Return of: 'In Search of the Ruling Class.'" Solidarity for Social Revolution, 11 (January - February 1980): 15.
  • EN1980c Ron Rothbart. "The Limits of Mattick's Economics: Economic Law & Class Struggle." Solidarity for Social Revolution, 11 (January - February 1980): supplement 1-8; see: 1, 2, 4, 7n2.
  • EN1981a Arthur Hirsh. "Castoriadis and Socialisme ou Barbarie." The French New Left: An Intellectual History from Sartre to Gorz. Boston: South End Press, 1981: 108-37.
  • EN1981b Donald C. Hodges. The Bureaucratization of Socialism. Amherst, Mass.: University of Massachusetts Press, 1981: 89-90, 92-93.
  • EN1981c Andrew Arato. "Empire vs. Civil Society: Poland 1981-82." Telos, 50 (Winter 1981-82): 19-48; see: 45n55, 46-47.
    • Andrew Arato. From Neo-Marxism to Democratic Theory. Essays on the Critical Theory of Soviet-Type Societies. Armonk, New York and London, England: M. E. Sharpe, 1993: 212-42; see: 235n55, 236-37.
  • EN1982a Victor Zaslavsky. The Neo-Stalinist State: Class, Ethnicity, and Consensus in Soviet Society. Armonk, N.Y.: M.E. Sharpe and Brighton, England: Harvester Press, 1982: 165n11, 177n42, 186n7.
  • EN1982b Michael Kelly. Modern French Marxism. Baltimore, MD: The Johns Hopkins University Press, 1982: 98 ("the greatly overestimated 'Arguments' and 'Socialisme ou Barbarie' groups").
  • EN1982c Michel Foucault. "Interview: Michel Foucault," Skyline, March 1982: 16-20; see 18 ("the self-institution of society, etc.").
    • "Space, Knowledge and Power: An Interview with Michel Foucault." The Foucault Reader. Ed. Paul Rabinow. New York: Pantheon Books, 1984: 239-256; see: 247 ("the self-institution of society, etc.").
  • EN1982d Gabor T. Ritterspoon. "Facing the War Psychosis." Telos, 51 (Spring 1982): 22-31.
  • EN1982e Andrew Arato and Jean Cohen. "The Peace Movement and Western European Sovereignty." Telos, 51 (Spring 1982): 158-70; see: 164, 170.
  • EN1982f Jean Cohen. "Between Crisis Management and Social Movements: The Place of Institutional Reforms." Telos, 52 (Summer 1982), pp. 21-40; see: 35-37.
  • EN1982g John B. Thompson. "Ideology and the Social Imaginary: An Appraisal of Castoriadis and Lefort." Theory and Society, 11:5 (September 1982): 659-681 (see revised version in EN1984a ).
  • EN1982h Andrew Arato and Jean Cohen. "Reply to Our Non-Critics." Telos, 53 (Fall 1982): 188-92.
  • EN1982i Victor Zaslavsky. "Reply to Castoriadis." Telos, 53 (Fall 1982): 198-201. (See EN1982D .)
  • EN1982j Paul Piccone. "On Social Movements, Non-Liberals and Castoriadis." Telos, 53 (Fall 1982): 201-8. (See EN1982D .)
  • EN1982k Scott McConnell. "The Present Danger" (Le Spectateur engagé by Raymond Aron; Devant la guerre by Cornelius Castoriadis). Commentary, 73:4 (April 1982): 85-88.
  • EN1983a P. Canjuers [Daniel Blanchard] and Guy Debord. "Preliminaries Toward Defining a Unitary Revolutionary Program." Situationist International Anthology. Ed. and trans. Ken Knabb. Berkeley, CA: Bureau of Public Secrets, 1981: 305-310.
  • EN1983b Robert W. Clawson. "Devant la guerre, vol. 1, Les Réalités" (review). Slavic Review, 42:2 (Summer 1983): 308.
  • EN1984a John Thompson. "Ideology and the Social Imaginary: An Appraisal of Castoriadis and Lefort." Studies in the Theory of Ideology. Cambridge, England: Polity, 1984: 16-41. (See EN1982f .)
    • "Castoriadis on the Imaginary Institution of Society" (partial reprint: 21-24). In Patrick Joyce, ed. Class (Oxford Readers). Oxford and New York: Oxford University Press, 1995: 113-17 (see EN1995h ).
  • EN1984b Francisca Goldsmith. "Cornelius Castoriadis, Crossroads in the Labyrinth" (review). Library Journal, 109 (1 March 1984): 494.
  • EN1984c Bernard Flynn. "Crossroads in the Labyrinth" (review). Graduate Faculty Philosophy Journal, 10:1 (Spring 1984): 179-83.
  • EN1984d "Crossroads in the Labyrinth" (review). Bloomsbury Review, June-July 1984: 28.
  • EN1984e Robert D'Amico. "Cornelius Castoriadis, Crossroads in the Labyrinth" (review). Telos, 60 (Summer 1984): 193-200.
  • EN1985a Dick Howard. From Marx to Kant. Albany: State University of New York Press, 1985: vi, 298n9.
    • 2nd ed. completely revised and augmented. Basingstoke: Macmillan, 1993: 289n14, 301n56, 309n23325n9.
  • EN1985b Ernesto Laclau and Chantal Mouffe. Hegemony and Socialist Strategy: Towards a Radical Democratic Politics. London and New York: Verso, 1985: 90n30.
    • 2nd Edition. 2001: 90n30.
  • EN1985c Stephen Rousseas. "Crossroads in the Labyrinth" (review). Transaction/Society, January-February 1985: 85-87.
  • EN1985d Joel Whitebook. "Cornelius Castoriadis, Crossroads in the Labyrinth" (reply to D'Amico's review, EN1984e ). Telos, 63 (Spring 1985): 228-39.
  • EN1985e Robert D'Amico. "Deconstructing D'Amico, or Why Joel Whitebook Is So Upset" (reply to Whitebook's reply, EN1985d ). Telos, 64 (Summer 1985): 153-59.
  • EN1986a Tony Judt. Marxism and the French Left: Studies in Labour and Politics in France, 1830-1981. Oxford, England: Clarendon, 1986: 15, 172, 185, 189-90, 196, 202, 205, 208, 211, 218, 219nn89,90, 221, 235n120, 305.
  • EN1986b Axel Honneth. "Rescuing the Revolution with an Ontology: On Cornelius Castoriadis' Theory of Society" (translation of DE1985b ). Trans. Gary Robinson. Thesis Eleven, 14 (1986): 62-78.
    • The Fragmented World of the Social: Essays in Social and Political Philosophy. Charles W. Wright, ed. New York: SUNY Press, 1995: 168-83; see also: xxiv-xxv, 10.
  • EN1986c Alan Wolfe. "Crackpot Moralism, Neo-Realism and U.S. Foreign Policy." World Policy Journal, 3:2 (Spring 1986): 251-75; see: 260 ("former leftists and Maoists in France like Carlos Castoriadis").
  • EN1986d William H. Austin. "Crossroads in the Labyrinth" (review). Religious Studies Review, 12:2 (April 1986): 138-39.
  • EN1986e Sunil Khilnani. "The Fact of Creation" (review of DH). Times Literary Supplement, 12 December 1986: 1404.
  • EN1987a Jürgen Habermas. "Excursus on Cornelius Castoriadis: The Imaginary Institution." The Philosophical Discourse on Modernity:Twelve Lectures(translation of DE1985a ). Trans. Frederick Lawrence. Cambridge, MA: MIT Press, 1987: 327-35 and 419nn1-3; see also: 318-26.
    • "Communicative versus Subject-Centered Reason.." Rethinking the Subject: An Anthology of Contemporary European Social Thought. Ed. James D. Faubion. Foreword Paul Rabinow.. Boulder, Colo: Westview Press, 1995: ##-##; see: 158-60. See also Introduction. Ibid.: ##-##; see: 3, 17n13.
    • "An Alternative Way out of the Philosophy of the Subject: Communicative versus Subject-Centered Reason". From Modernism to Postmodernism: An Anthology. Ed. Lawrence E. Cahoone. Oxford, England and Cambridge, MA: 1996: 589-616; see: 608-11.
  • EN1987b Andrew Arato. "The Budapest School and Actually Existing Socialism." Theory and Society, 16:4 (July 1987): 593-619; see: 593, 598, 608-609.
    • Andrew Arato. From Neo-Marxism to Democratic Theory. Essays on the Critical Theory of Soviet-Type Societies. Armonk, New York and London, England: M. E. Sharpe, 1993: 122-45; see: 122, 127, 135-36.
  • EN1987c Brent A. Nelson. "Cornelius Castoriadis, The Imaginary Institution of Society" (review). Library Journal, 112 (August 1987), p. 128.
  • EN1987d Martin Thom. "Under the Volcano" (review of IIS). New Statesman, 2946 (11 September 1987): 29-30.
  • EN1987e Shamlal. "A Toothless Radicalism" (review of IIS). Times of India, 26 September 1987: ##.
  • EN1987f Sunil Khilnani. "Politics of Honour." New Society, 1294 (16 October 1987): 15-17.
  • EN1987g Harry Redner. "Critic, Criticize Thyself!" Social Epistemology, 1:4 (1987): 327-39; see: 332, 337.
  • EN1988a Dick Howard. "Cornelius Castoriadis: Ontology as Political." In Afterword to The Marxian Legacy. 2nd ed. London: Macmillan, and Minneapolis: University of Minnesota Press, 1988: 320-33, with notes: 365-71; also: 334-36. (See also EN1977a .)
  • EN1988b Jean-François Lyotard. Peregrinations. Law, Form, Event. New York: Columbia University Press, 1988: 16 and 45-75.
  • EN1988c Douglas M. Brown. Towards A Radical Democracy: The Political Economy of the Budapest School. London, England and Boston, Mass.: Unwin Hyman, 1988: 7-9 and 13n2.
  • EN1988d #A.W. Metcalfe. For Freedom and Dignity: Historical Agency and Class Structures in the Coalfields of NSW. Sydney , Australia: Allen & Unwin, 1988: 14, 71, 84, 130.
  • EN1988e Pavel Campeanu. The Genesis of the Stalinist Social Order. Trans. Michel Vale. Armonk, N.Y. and London: M. E. Sharpe, 1988: 143.
  • EN1988f Milan Kundera. The Art of the Novel. Trans. Linda Asher. New York: Grove Press, 1988: 148-49.
  • EN1988g "Editorial: 'In a crowd or in a political party there is neither choice nor responsibility.'" Edinburgh Review, 78/79 (1988): 3.
  • EN1988g Alex Richards. "The Academisation of Castoriadis." Edinburgh Review, 78/79 (1988): 226-31.
  • EN1988h Tom Osborne. "On Castoriadis." Edinburgh Review, 78/79 (1988): 232-34.
  • EN1988i Patrick Murray and Jeanne A. Schuler. "Post-Marxism in a French Context." History of European Ideas, 9:3 (1988): 321-33; see esp.: 321-24, 329-32.
  • EN1988j Richard Rorty. "Unger, Castoriadis, and the Romance of a National Future." Northwestern University Law Review, 82:2 (1988): 335-51.
  • EN1988k György Széll. "Participation, Workers' Control, and Self-Management." Current Sociology, 36:3 (Winter 1988); see: 91-95, 101, 104, 200.
  • EN1988l C. A. Linden. "Cornelius Castoriadis, The Imaginary Institution of Society" (review). Choice, April 1988: 1311.
  • EN1988m Edmond Wright. "Post-Humptydumptyism" (review of IIS). New Formations, 6 (Winter 1988): 142-45.
  • EN1988n Neil Lazarus. "The Imaginary Institution of Society" (review). Sociological Review, 36:3 (August 1988): 579-83.
  • EN1988o Anon. "Political and Social Writings...Volume 1...Volume 2." The Chronicle of Higher Education. 5 October 1988: A13.
  • EN1988p Alan Sica. "Castoriadis, Cornelius, The Imaginary Institution of Society" (reviewed with Social Theory Today, Anthony Giddens and Jonathan Turner, eds). The Annals of the American Academy of Political and Social Science, 500 (November 1988): 160-61.
  • EN1988q Paul Anderson. "Too Marxist to Be Marxist" (review of PSW 1 and PSW 2). Tribune, 23-30 December 1988: ##.
  • EN1989a# Brian Templin Seitz. The Production of Political Representations. State University of New York at Stony Brook PhD Thesis. See ##.
  • EN1989b Carl Boggs. "Political and Social Writings, Volume 1...Volume 2" (review). Zeta, 2:1 (January 1989): 75-77.
    • Revised version in The Socialist Tradition: From Crisis to Decline. New York: Routledge, 1995: 186-90, 274nn6-15. (See also EN1995e for additional references.)
  • EN1989c Dick Howard. "The Hermeneutic Dimension of Critical Theory" (review of Johann Arnason's Praxis und Interpretation DE1988a ). Praxis International, 8:4 (January 1989): 476-90; see: 476-77, 482-88, 489nn6-8, 490nn10,12.
  • EN1989d Clare O'Farrell. Michel Foucault: Historian or Philosopher? London: Macmillan, 1989: 4, 5, 108.
  • EN1989e John Rundell. "From the Shores of Reason to the Horizon of Meaning: Some Remarks on Habermas' and Castoriadis' Theories of Culture."Thesis Eleven, 22 (1989): 5-24.
  • EN1989f Johann Arnason. "Culture and Imaginary Significations." Thesis Eleven, 22 (1989): 25-45.
  • EN1989g A.W. Metcalfe. " The Importance of Freedom and Dignity." Anthropological Forum, 6:1 (1989): 49-68; see: passim and 51 (Cardan).
  • EN1989h Hans Joas. "Institutionalization as a Creative Process: The Sociological Importance of Cornelius Castoriadis's Political Philosophy" (review essay for CR, IIS, and DH). Trans. Raymond Meyer.American Journal of Sociology, 94:5 (March 1989): 1184-99.
    • Pragmatism and Social Theory. Chicago and London: University of Chicago Press, 1993: 154-71. (See EN1993d for additional references.)
  • EN1989i Peter Wollen. "The Situationist International." New Left Review, 174 (March-April 1989): 67-95; see: 70, 71n15, 76, 89 (S. ou B.).
    • http://www.newleftreview.net/?view=1594 .
    • "Bitter Victory: The Art and Politics of the Situationist International". On the Passage of a Few People Through a Rather Brief Moment in Time: The Situationist International, 1957-1972. Ed. Elisabeth Sussman. Cambridge, MA and London, England: MIT Press and Boston, MA: The Institute of Contemporary Art, 1989: 20-61; see: 25-26, 33, 46 ("Lefort of Socialisme ou Barbarie"), 57-58n13, 59nn26-27.
  • EN1989j Richard Rorty. "Comments on Castoriadis's 'The End of Philosophy?'" Salmagundi, 82/83 (Spring/Summer 1989): 24-30.
  • EN1989k Peter Beilharz. "Cornelius Castoriadis, Political and Social Writings, Volume One...Volume Two" (review). Thesis Eleven, 24 (1989): 132-41.
  • EN1989l Charles Whitney. "Francis Bacon's Instauratio: Dominion of and over Humanity." Journal of the History of Ideas, 50:3 (July-September 1989): 370-91; see: 386-87.
  • EN1989m Moishe Gonzales. "Exorcising Perestroika" (includes review of "The Gorbachev Interlude"; see EN1988C ). Telos, 81 (Fall 1989): 141-47.
  • EN1989n Octavio Paz. "Time's Voice" (translation of FR1989g ). Trans. Edith Grossman. The New Republic, November 6, 1989: 90-98; see: 98.
  • EN1989o Andrew Arato. "Facing Russia: Castoriadis and the Problem of Soviet Society"; Johann P. Arnason, "The Imaginary Constitution of Modernity"; J. M. Bernstein, "Praxis and Aporia: Habermas' Critique of Castoriadis"; David Ames Curtis, "Socialism or Barbarism: The Alternative Presented in the Work of Cornelius Castoriadis"; Ferenc Fehér, "Castoriadis and the Re-definition of Socialism"; Agnes Heller, "With Castoriadis to Aristotle; From Aristotle to Kant; From Kant to Us"; Sunil Khilnani, "Castoriadis and Modern Political Theory"; and Joel Whitebook, "Intersubjectivity and the Monadic Core of the Psyche: Habermas and Castoriadis on the Unconscious." Revue Européenne des Sciences Sociales, 86 (December 1989). Also includes French, Italian, and German articles.
    • Autonomie et autotransformation de la société. La philosophie militante de Cornelius Castoriadis. Giovanni Busino, ed. Geneva: Droz, 1989.
    • Joel Whitebook. "Intersubjectivity and the Monadic Core of the Psyche: Habermas and Castoriadis on the Unconscious." Praxis International, 9:4 (January 1990): 347-64 (see revised version in EN1995d ).
    • Agnes Heller. "With Castoriadis to Aristotle; From Aristotle to Kant; From Kant to Us." Agnes Heller and Ferenc Fehér. The Grandeur and Twilight of Radical Universalism. New Brunswick, N.J. and London, England: Transaction, 1991: 491-502.
    • Ferenc Fehér. "Castoriadis and the Redefinition of Socialism." Agnes Heller and Ferenc Fehér. The Grandeur and Twilight of Radical Universalism. New Brunswick, N.J. and London, England: Transaction, 1991: 503-15.
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  • EN1999w David Ames Curtis. "On the Bookchin/Biehl Resignations and the Creation of the New Liberatory Project." Democracy & Nature: The International Journal of Inclusive Democracy, 5:1 (March 1999): 163-74.
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  • EN1999z Agnes Heller. "Interview. Post-Marxism and the Ethics of Modernity." Radical Philosophy, 94 (March/April 1999): 29-39; see: 37.
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  • EN1999dd Fernando Urribarri. "The Psyche: Imagination and History. A General View of Cornelius Castoriadis's Psychoanalytic Ideas." Trans. Nora Stelzer and Veronica Chehtman, with additional editing by David Ames Curtis. Free Associations, 7:3 (1999): 374-96.
  • EN1999ee "Beginning Well and Ending Badly." Not Bored!, 31 (June 1999): 44-49; see: 47.
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  • EN1999gg Takis Fotopoulos. "The Catastrophe of Marketization." Democracy & Nature: The International Journal of Inclusive Democracy, 5:2 (July 1999): 275-35; see: 279n11, 289n41
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  • EN1999ii David Rutledge. "Imagining the Imaginary " (review of CR). Metascience, 8:2 (July 1999): 332-336.
  • EN1999jj Paul R. Harrison. Review of WIF ( EN1997B ). Journal of Sociology, 35:2 (August 1999): 231-32.
  • EN1999kk Peter Baehr. "In the talking shop" (review of Bauman's In Search of Politics). Times Literary Supplement, 27 August 1999: 12.
  • EN1999ll Marcel van der Linden. Review of FR1997d . Left History: An Interdisciplinary Journal of Historical Inquiry and Debate, 6:2 (Fall 1999): 179-82.
  • EN1999mm Martin O'Connor. "Dialogue and Debate in a Post-Normal Practice of Science: A Reflection." Futures, 31:7 (September 1999): 671-87; see: 676n3, 685, 687.
  • EN1999nn Charity Scribner. "From the Collective to the Collection: Curating Post-Communist Germany." New Left Review, 237 (September-October 1999): 137-49; see: 138.
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  • EN1999pp John Clark. "The Politics of Social Ecology: Beyond the Limits of the City." Democracy & Nature: The International Journal of Inclusive Democracy, 5:3 (November 1999): 523-38; see: 525n6.
  • EN1999qq Takis Fotopoulos. "Social Ecology, Eco-Communitarianism and Inclusive Democracy." Democracy & Nature: The International Journal of Inclusive Democracy, 5:3 (November 1999): 561-96#; see: 563, 566, 575.
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  • EN1999ss Anreas Kalyvas. Review of IIS (= EN1987A ) and WIF ( EN1997B ). Thesis Eleven, 59 (November 1999): 103-31.
  • EN1999tt Takis Fotopoulos. "Social Ecology, Eco-Communitarianism and Inclusive Democracy." Democracy & Nature: The International Journal of Inclusive Democracy, 5:3 (November 1999): 561-##; see ##.
  • EN1999uu Kanakis Leledakis. "An Appreciation of Cornelius Castoriadis (1922-1997), Theorist of Autonomy and Openness." European Journal of Social Theory, 2:1 (1999): 95-98.
  • EN1999vv Andreas Kalyvas. "Critical Theory at the Crossroads. Comments on Axel Honneth's Theory of Recognition." European Journal of Social Theory, 2:1 (1999): 99-108; see: 99, 102, 106n5, 107n8.
  • EN1999ww Gerald Delanty. Review (Johann Arnason, Social Theory and Japanese Experience, and Yoshio Sugimoto and Johann Arnason, Japanese Encounters with Postmodernity).European Journal of Social Theory, 2:1 (1999): 123-27; see: 124-26.
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  • EN2000j Pierre Vidal-Naquet. "The Tradition of Greek Democracy." Trans. David Ames Curtis. Thesis Eleven , 60 (February 2000): 61-86; see: 66, 81n15.
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  • EN2000l David Wallace "The Otherness of Castoriadis" (review of CR and WIF). Topia: Canadian Journal of Cultural Studies, 3 (Spring 2000): 110-115.
  • EN2000m Zygmunt Bauman. "Sociological Enlightenment--For Whom, About What?" _Theory, Culture, & Society, 17:2 (2000): 71-82; see 73-74.
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  • EN2000q Akis Haritopoulos. "Three Works from Cornelius Castoriadis" (review of FP, SPP, and D). European Journal of Social Theory. 3:2 (May 2000): 260-67.
  • EN2000r Takis Fotopoulos. "Class Divisions Today--The Inclusive Democracy approach." Democracy & Nature: The International Journal of Inclusive Democracy, 6:2 (July 2000): 211-52; see: ##.
  • EN2000s Jean Laplanche. "The Other Within: Rethinking Psychoanalysis." Radical Philosophy, 102 (July-August 2000): 31-41; see: 32.
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  • EN2000v Fuyuki Kurasawa. "At the Crossroads of the Radical: The Challenges of Castoriadis's Thought" (Review of WIF and FAF). Theory, Culture, Society, 17:4 (2000): 145-55.
  • EN2000w Takis Fotopoulos. "Systems theory and complexity: a potential tool for radical analysis or the emerging social paradigm for the internationalised market economy?"Democracy & Nature: The International Journal of Inclusive Democracy, 6:3 (November 2000): 421-46; see: ##.
  • EN2000x Alexandros Gezerlis. "The 'objectivity' of a liberatory project and the issue of 'leaders': preliminary notes --In the sequel of the Marx-Proudhon exchange." Democracy & Nature: The International Journal of Inclusive Democracy, 6:3 (November 2000): 463-##; see: ##.
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  • EN2001f Alex Koutsogiannis. "Social Theory and the Work of Cornelius Castoriadis, An International Workshop, University of Crete, September 2000." Studies in Social and Political Thought (University of Sussex), 4 (March 2001): 77-82.
  • EN2001g Paul Berman. "The Felt Quality of Autonomy." First of the Month, March 1, 2001: 4-5.
  • EN2001h Ian Pirie. Recommencing Revolution? Politics and Society in the Work of Cornelius Castoriadis (1922-1997). Part I. Social Politics Paper No. 19. University of East London, 2001. 19pp.
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  • EN2001n Natalie Doyle. Review of Claude Lefort, Writing: The Political Test ( EN2000b ). Thesis Eleven, 65 (May 2001): 167-71; see 170.
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  • EN2002e Steve Wright. Storming Heaven: Class Composition and Struggle in Italian Autonomist Marxism London and Sterling, VA: Pluto Press, 2002: 23 and 51 (Cardan/S. ou B.).
  • EN2002f Timothy J. Reiss. Against Autonomy: Global Dialectics of Cultural Exchange (Cultural Memory in the Present). Stanford: Stanford University Press, 2002: 3.
  • EN2002g Kristin Ross. May '68 and Its Afterlives. Chicago: University of Chicago Press, 2002: 39, 68n10, 86 (S. ou B.), 191, 192.
  • EN2002h Kerry H. Whiteside. Divided Natures: French Contributions to Political Ecology. Cambridge, MA: MIT Press, 2002: 100.
  • EN2002i Marianna Papastephanou. "Cornelius Castoriadis." Cultural Theory: The Key Thinkers. Andrew Edgar and Peter Sedgwick. Eds. London and New York: Routledge, 2002: 33-36.
  • EN2002j Dilip Parameshwar Gaonkar. "Toward New Imaginaries: An Introduction. " Public Culture, 14:1 (Winter 2002): 1-19; see: 1, 6-11.
  • EN2002k Dilip Parameshwar Gaonkar. "Toward New Imaginaries: An Introduction. " Public Culture, 14:1 (Winter 2002): 1-19; see: 1, 6-11.
  • EN2002l Mary Poovey. "The Liberal Civil Subject and the Social in Eighteenth-Century British Moral Philosophy." Public Culture, 14:1 (Winter 2002): 125-45; see: 130n5.
  • EN2002m Craig Calhoun. "Imagining Solidarity: Cosmopolitanism, Constitutional Patriotism, and the Public Sphere." Public Culture, 14:1 (Winter 2002): 147-71; see: 152n10.
  • EN2002n Nilüfer Göle. "Islam in Public: New Visibilities and New Imaginaries." Public Culture, 14:1 (Winter 2002): 173-90; see: 175-76, 189.
  • EN2002o Arran Gare. Review of EN1997b. Review of Radical Political Economics, 34:1 (Winter 2002): 97-99; see: 98.
  • EN2002p Matthew Sharpe. "Autonomy, Reflexivity, Tragedy: Notions of Democracy in Camus and Castoriadis." Critical Horizons, 3:1 (2002): 103-29.
  • EN2002q Cihan Tugal. "Islamism in Turkey: Beyond Instrument and Meaning." Economy and Society, 31:1 (February 2002): 85-111; see: 85, 90-91, 107, 109nn7-8.
  • EN2002r John Clark. "Cornelius Castoriadis. Thinking about Political Theory." Capitalism, Nature, Socialism, 13:1 (March 2002): 67-74.
  • EN2002t David Freeman. Review of EN1997b. Thesis Eleven, 69 (May 2002): 103-106; see: 103.
  • EN2002u Anthony Elliott. "The Social Imaginary: A Critical Assessment of Castoriadis's Psychoanalytic Social Theory. " American Imago, 59:2 (Summer 2002): 141-70.
  • EN2002v N[eil] F[ettes]. "The Legacy of CLR James." Red & Black Notes, Summer 2002: 8-9; see: 8 (Castoriadis/Chaulieu).
  • EN2002w Dick Howard. "World History. To the Barricades: 'Forging Democracy: The History of the Left in Europe, 1850-2000' by Geoff Eley."Washington Post, September 1, 2002: BW04.
  • EN2002x Fernando Urribarri. "Castoriadis: The Radical Imagination and the Post-Lacanian Unconscious." Thesis Eleven, 71 (November 2002): 40-51.
  • EN2002y Johann Arnason. "Psychoanalysis and Civilizational Analysis: Preliminaries to a Debate." Thesis Eleven, 71 (November 2002): 71-92; see: 89-91.
  • EN2002z Hans Joas. "On Articulation." Constellations: An International Journal of Critical and Democratic Theory, 9:4 (December 2002): 506-15.
  • EN2002aa Peter Dews. "Imagination and the Symbolic: Castoriadis and Lacan." Constellations: An International Journal of Critical and Democratic Theory, 9:4 (December 2002): 515-21.
  • EN2002bb Yannis Stavrakakis. "Creativity and Its Limits: Encounters with Social Constructivism and the Political in Castoriadis and Lacan." Constellations: An International Journal of Critical and Democratic Theory, 9:4 (December 2002): 522-39.
  • EN2002cc Linda M. G. Zerilli. "Castoriadis, Arendt, and the Problem of the New." Constellations: An International Journal of Critical and Democratic Theory, 9:4 (December 2002): 540-53.
  • EN2002dd Laurie Naranch. "The Imaginary and a Political Quest for Freedom." Differences: A Journal of Feminist Cultural Studies, 13:3 (2002): 64-82.
  • EN2003a David Ames Curtis. Translator's Forward. Jean-Marc Coicaud, Legitimacy and Politics: A Contribution to the Study of Political Right and Political Responsibility. Cambridge University Press, 2002: xiiinn.4-5, xivn6, xviii, xixnn,11-12, xxn13, xxiii.
  • EN2003b History on the Couch: Essays in History and Psychoanalysis. Ed. Joy Damousi and Robert Reynolds. Melbourne: Melbourne University Press,. 2003.
    • EN2003b1 Joy Damousi and Robert Reynolds. "Introduction: Psychoanalysis, Histories, and Identities." Ibid.: 1-14; see: 9-10, 13.
    • EN2003b2 Miriam Dixson. "Identity: History, the Nation and the Self. Notes on a Conceptual Itinerary, 167-2001." Ibid.: 119-29; see 120, 122, 127-29, 209n18, 210n20.
    • EN2003b3 Marjorie O'Laughlin. "Psychoanalytic Theory and Sources of National Attachment: The Significance of Place." Ibid.: 130-40; see: 131-32, 210n3.
  • EN2003c Anthony Elliott. "Subjectivity, Culture, Autonomy: Cornelius Castoriadis." Critical Visions: New Directions in Social Theory. Lanham/Boulder/New York/Toronto/Oxford: Rowman & Littlefield Publishers, Inc., 2003: 82-104; see also: xii, 7, 12-13, 39-41, 75-77, 155, 177.
  • EN2003c Abdelmajid Hannoum. "Translation and the Colonial Imaginary: Ibn Khaludûn Orientalist." History and Theory, 42 (February 2003): 61-81; see: 62-64.
  • EN2003e Henry A. Giroux. "Utopian Thinking Under the Sign of Neoliberalism: Towards a Critical Pedagogy of Educated Hope." Democracy & Nature, 9:1 (March 2003): 91-105; see: 91, 93, 96.
  • EN2003f Henry A. Giroux. "Youth, Higher Education, and the Crisis of Public Time: Educated Hope and the Possibility of a Democratic Future." Social Identities, 9:2 (June 2003): 141-68; see: 149, 156, 157, 162.
    • Slightly modified version: Henry A. Giroux. "Public Time and Educated Hope: Educational Leadership and the War Against Youth." The Initiative Anthology: An Electronic Publication about Leadership, Culture, and Schooling. Originally posted February 28, 2003. Recently posted March 7, 2003; see: 10, 18, 19. http://www.units.muohio.edu/eduleadership/anthology/OA/OA03001.pdf .
  • EN2003g Graham Ward. "The Commodification of Religion or the Consummation of Capitalism.." The Hedgehog Review, 5:2 (Summer 2003): 50-65; see: 50-54, 63, 65.
  • EN2003h Henry Giroux. "Dystopian Nightmares and Educated Hopes: The Return of the Pedagogical and the Promise of Democracy." Policy Futures in Education, 1:3 (2003): 468-87; see 470, 476, 482.
  • EN2003i Yorgos Oikonomou. "Plato and Castoriadis: The Concealment and the Unveiling of Democracy." Democracy & Nature, 9:2 (July 2003): 247-62.
  • EN2003j "Trashing Georges Bataille, 'Accursed' Stalinist." Not Bored!, 35 (July 2003): 21-23; see: 336.
  • EN2003k Suzi Adams. "Castoriadis' Shift Towards Physis." Thesis Eleven, 74 (August 2003): 105-112. See also Introduction. Ibid.: 3-5; see: 5.
  • EN2003l Peter Murphy. Review of OPS. Thesis Eleven, 74 (August 2003): 126-33.
  • EN2003m Alexandros Gezerlis. Introduction. Democracy and Nature, 9:3 (November 2003): 321-31; see: 328.
  • EN2003n Michael Levin. "Still Taking Democracy Seriously." Democracy and Nature, 9:3 (November 2003): 333-44; see: 338.
  • EN2003o Arran Gare. "Beyond Social Democracy? Takis Fotopoulos's Vision of an Inclusive Democracy as a New Liberatory Project." Democracy and Nature, 9:3 (November 2003): 345-58; see: 345, 347-54, 356, 358.
  • EN2003p David Freeman. "Inclusive Democracy and its Prospects." Democracy and Nature, 9:3 (November 2003): 359-71; see: 360, 368.
  • EN2003q Serge Latouche. "Can Democracy Solve all Problems?" Democracy and Nature, 9:3 (November 2003): 373-77; see: 374-77.
  • EN2003r Jean-Claude Richard. "Vers une démocratie générale?" Democracy and Nature, 9:3 (November 2003): 379-80; see: 379.
  • EN2003s Rafael Spósito. "The Irresistible (and Necessary) Temptation of the Liberating Projects." Democracy and Nature, 9:3 (November 2003): 385-92; see: 388n5, 391.
  • EN2003t Takis Fotopoulos. "Inclusive Democracy and Participatory Economics." Democracy and Nature, 9:3 (November 2003): 401-25; see: 402n4, 410-11, 421.
  • EN2003u Takis Fotopoulos. "The Inclusive Democracy Project--A Rejoinder." Democracy and Nature, 9:3 (November 2003): 429-71; see: 431-32, 440, 442-47, 449-52, 454, 456, 458, 465-66.
  • EN2003v Alan Woolfolk. "The Therapeutic Ideology of Moral Freedom." Journal of Classical Sociology, 3:3 (2003): 247-262; see: 257-58.
  • EN2004a Marcela Tovar. Fields of Inclusion and Exclusion in the Configuration of Anthropology: The Case of Cornelius Castoriadis. Submitted to the Graduate Faculty of Political and Social Science of the New School University in partial fulfillment of the requirements for the degree of Doctor in Philosophy. March 2004.
  • EN2004b Peter Murphy. "Castoriadis, Cornelius." Encyclopedia of Social Theory. Ed. George Ritzer. Vol. 1. Thousand Oaks, CA, London, England, New Delhi: Sage Publications: 82-83.
  • EN2004c Maurice Brinton. For Worker's Power: The Selected Writings of Maurice Brinton. Ed. David Goodway. Oakland, CA and Edinburgh, Scotland: AK Press, 2004: 2-9, 11-13, 15, 61-62, 65, 67, 77n68, 98, 135-40, 169, 201-204, 209-11, 217-19, 255, 275n218, 298n256, 341n413 (Castoriadis/Chaulieu/Cardan/S. ou B.).
  • EN2004d After the Deluge: New Perspectives on the Intellectual and Cultural History of Postwar France. Ed. Julian Bourg. Lanham, MD.: Lexington Books, 2004.
    • EN2004d1 William Gallois. "Against Capitalism? French Theory and the Economy After 1945": 49-72; see: 68-69n2 (CC, Lyotard, and S. ou B.).
    • EN2004d2 Christophe Premat. "A New Generation of Greek Intellectuals in Postwar France": 103-23.
    • EN2004d3 Warren Breckman. "The Post-Marx of the Letter": 73-100; see: 85-87 (CC, Lefort, and S. ou B.).
    • EN2004d4 Stuart Elden. "Kostas Axelos and the World of the Arguments Circle": 125-48; see: 125, 126 (CC, Lefort, and S. ou B.), 128, 130 (S. ou B.), 131 (CC, Lefort, and S. ou B.).
    • EN2004d5 David Berry. "'Un contradicteur permanent': The Ideological and Political Itinerary of Daniel Guérin": 149-74; see: 165 and 167 (S. ou B.), 169 (CC, Lefort, Morin, and S. ou B.).
    • EN2004d6 Michael Behrent. "Religion, Republicanism, and Depoliticization: Two Intellectual Itineraries--Régis Debray and Marcel Gauchet": 325-49; see: 330 (CC, Lefort, and "the dissident Trotskyist group Socialisme ou Barbarie").
  • EN2004e Harald Wolf. "Capitalism." Encyclopedia of Social Theory. Ed. George Ritzer. Vol. 1. Thousand Oaks, CA, London, England, New Delhi: Sage Publications: 75-80; see: 79.
  • EN2004f Mona Renate Ringvej. Interpretation of a Political Idea - The Radical Democracy of 508-462 BC. Doctoral thesis, Faculty of Arts, University of Oslo, 2004: 259, 274.
  • EN2004g David Graeber. Fragments of an Anarchist Anthropology. Chicago: Prickly Paradigm Press, distributed by University of Chicago Press, 2004: 45, 88, 91.
  • EN2004h Michael Seidman. The Imaginary Revolution: Parisian Students and Workers in 1968. New York and Oxford: Berghahn Books, 2004: 2, 3, 5-7, 176.
  • EN2004i Michael Scott Christofferson. French Intellectuals Against the Left: The Antitotalitarian Movement of the 1970s. New York and Oxford: Bergham Books, 2004: 37 (S. ou B.), 41, 46 (CC, Lefort, S. ou B.), 49 (CC, Lefort, S. ou B.), 52 (CC and S. ou B.), 54-55 (CC, Lefort, Morin, S. ou B.), 100 (CC, Lefort, S. ou B.), 138, 140 (CC, Lefort, Gauchet), 154nn128-129, 214-15 (CC and Lefort), 218-20 (CC and Lefort), 226n87, 227n103 (CC and Lefort), 228nn104-111 (CC, Lefort, S. ou B.), 230 (CC and Lefort), 255-56 (CC and Lefort), 268 (Libre), 270.
  • EN2004j Alexander Cockburn and Jeffrey St. Clair. "By Way of an Introduction: The Best Books of the Twentieth Century." Serpents in the Garden : Liaisons with Culture & Sex. Ed. Alexander Cockburn and Jeffrey St. Clair. Petrolia, CA: CounterPunch and Oakland, CA: AK Press, 2004: ix-xxii; see: xviii.
  • EN2004k# Sonia Arribas. The Last Conceptual Revolution? The Place of Language in Political Philosophy. Department of Political Science. New School for Social Research. Thesis advisor: Nancy Fraser, 2004: 132-82.
  • EN2004l Christopher Houston. "Islamism, Castoriadis and Autonomy." Thesis Eleven, 76 (February 2004): 49-69. See also Johan Arnason. Introduction. Ibid: 5-8; see: 7.
  • EN2004m Scott McLemee. "The Strange Afterlife of Cornelius Castoriadis: The Story of a Revered European Thinker, a Literary Legacy, Family Squabbles, and Internet Bootlegging" (article on RTI) The Chronicle of Higher Education, 50:29 (March 26, 2004): A14-16.
  • EN2004n Chamsy El-Ojeili. "'Many Flowers, Little Fruit'? The Dilemmas of Workerism" (review of EN2002e ). Thesis Eleven, 79 (November 2004): 112-123; see: 114-17, 119.
  • EN2004o Alex Khasnabish. Globalizing Hope: The Resonance of Zapatismo and the Political Imagination(s) of Transnational Activism. GHC Working Papers Series (Institute on Globalization and the Human Condition, McMaster University), 04/6 (December 2004). 17pp. See: 3-5, 16; see also: William D. Coleman, Editor. Preface.
  • EN2005a# Dennis L. Sepper. "Cartesian Imaginations: The Method and Passions of Imagining." A Companion to Rationalism. Ed. Alan Nelson. Blackwell Companions to Philosophy. Oxford: Blackwell Publishing, 2005: 156-76; see: 162.
  • EN2005b# Dennis L. Sepper. "Spinoza, Leibniz, and the Rationalist Reconceptions of Imagination." A Companion to Rationalism. Ed. Alan Nelson. Blackwell Companions to Philosophy. Oxford: Blackwell Publishing, 2005: 322-42; see: 323, 341.
  • EN2005c Graham Ward. Cultural Transformation and Religious Practice. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 2005: 4, 119, 127-28, 142-47, 151-52, 155-57, 161-62, 166-67, 170, 172.
  • EN2005d Janet Afary and Kevin B. Anderson. Foucault and the Iranian Revolution: Gender and the Seductions of Islamism. Chicago and London: University of Chicago Press, 2005: 120.
  • EN2005e Armin Medosch. "Roots Culture: Free Software Vibrations Inna Babylon." How Open Is the Future? Economic, Social & Cultural Scenarios Inspired by Free & Open-Source Software. Eds. Marleen Wynants; Jan Cornelis. Brussels, Belgium: Crosstalks, VUB Brussels University Press, 2005: 177-201; see: 179, 187, 199n3, 200n15.
  • EN2005f Jean L. Cohen. "'The Self-Institution of Society and Representative Government: Can the Circle be Squared?" Thesis Eleven, 80 (February 2005): 9-37.
  • EN2005g Maria Chaidopoulou-Vrychea, Maria Kalantzopoulou, and Yorgos Melissourgos. "Seminars of the Aegean: Naxos, September 2003 - "Rethinking Radical Spatial Approaches." International Journal of Urban and Regional Research, 29:1 (March 2005): 180-85; see: 182.
  • EN2005h #David Goodway and Paul Lewis. "Christopher Pallis: An Irreverent Critic of the Bolshevik Revolution." The Guardian, Wednesday 23 March 2005: ##.
  • EN2005i Neil Fettes. "Review: For Workers' Power. The Selected Writings of Maurice Brinton." Red & Black Notes, 21 (Spring 2005): 14-15.
  • EN2005j Neil Fettes. "Maurice Brinton- 1922-2005." Red & Black Notes, 21 (Spring 2005): 16.
  • EN2005k Alice Pechriggl: "Body and Gender within the Stratifications of the Social Imaginary."Hypatia (Contemporary Feminist Philosophy in German Special Issue, Gertrude Postl, ed.), 20:2 (Spring 2005): 102-118; see: 104, 115, 117.
  • EN2005l Simon Tormey. "From Utopian Worlds to Utopian Spaces: Reflections on the Contemporary Radical Imaginary and the Social Forum Process." Ephemera: Theory & Politics in Organization Forum, 5:2 (2005): 394-408; see: 394-95, 397, 398n6, 400, 404.
  • EN2005m David Graeber. "Fetishism as Social Creativity: or, Fetishes are Gods in the Process of Construction." Anthropological Theory, 5:4 (2005): 407-38; see: 409, 433n3.
  • EN2005n Adam Buick. "Solidarity for Twenty-Five Years." Socialist Standard, 1210 (June 2005): 15.
  • EN2005o Linda M. G. Zerilli. "Response to Thiele." Political Theory, 33:5 (October 2005): 715-720; see: 717, 719n2.
  • EN2005p1 Castoriadis, Bauman and Others. Thesis Eleven, 83 (November 2005).
    • EN2005p1 John Rundell and Peter Beilharz. "Introduction." Thesis Eleven, 83 (November 2005): 3-4.
    • EN2005p2 Karl E. Smith. "Re-Imagining Castoriadis's Psychic Monad." Thesis Eleven, 83 (November 2005): 5-14.
    • EN2005p3 Jeffrey Klooger. "Interpretation and Being." Thesis Eleven, 83 (November 2005): 15-24.
    • EN2005p4 Suzi Adams. "Interpreting Creation: Castoriadis and the Birth of Autonomy." Thesis Eleven, 83 (November 2005): 25-41.
    • EN2005o5 Kenneth H. Tucker, Jr. "From the Imaginary to Subjectivation: Castoriadis and Touraine on the Performative Public Space." Thesis Eleven, 83 (November 2005): 42-60.
  • EN2005q Warren Breckman. "Democracy Between Disenchantment and Political Theology: French Post-Marxism and the Return of Religion." New German Critique, 94 (Winter, 2005): 72-105; see: 75, 77-87, 94-95, 101, 104.
  • EN2006a Mihalis Mentinis. Zapatistas: The Chiapas Revolt and What It Means for Radical Politics. London, England and Ann Arbor, MI: Pluto Press, 2006: 64-71, 73, 113, 151, 181, 184.
  • EN2006b Richard Barbrook. The Class of the New. London: Openmute, 2006; see: 12, 25-26, 71-72.
  • EN2006c The Columbia History of Twentieth-Century French Thought. Ed. Lawrence D. Kritzman with the assistance of Brian J. Reilly and French articles translated by M. B. DeBevoise. New York: Columbia University Press: 2006.
    • EN20061c George Ross. "Gauchisme." Ibid.: 48-51; see: 48 68 (CC, Debord, Lefort, Lyotard, S. ou B.).
    • EN2006c2 Mark Lilla. "New Liberal Thought." Ibid.: 67-69; see: 68 (CC, Lefort, S. ou B.).
    • EN2006c3 Sunil Khilnani. "The End of Ideology and the Critique of Marxism." Ibid.: 191-94; see: 192-94 (CC, Lefort, S. ou B.).
    • EN2006c4 Christian Delacampagne. "Cornelius Castoriadis." Ibid.: 470-71.
    • EN2006c5 Thomas Pavel. "Marcel Gauchet." Ibid.: 533-35; see: 533 (CC, Lefort, S. ou B.).
    • EN2006c6 Dick Howard. "Claude Lefort." Ibid.: 578-81; see: 578-79 (CC and S. ou B.).
    • EN2006c7 Dick Howard. "Socialisme ou Barbarie.” Ibid.: 738-40.
    • EN2006c8 Georges Van Den Abbeele. "Jean-François Lyotard." Ibid.: 598-601; see: 598 (S. ou B).
  • EN2006d Ramin Jahanbegloo. "Ideas whose Time Has Come: A Conversation with Iranian Philosopher Ramin Jahanbegloo, with Danny Postel." In Danny Postel. Reading Legitimation Crisis in Tehran: Iran and the Future of Liberalism. Chicago: Prickly Paradigm Press, 2006: 73-124; see: 98.
  • EN2006e Simon Tormey and Jules Townshend. Key Thinkers from Critical Theory to Post-Marxism. London and Thousand Oaks, CA: SAGE, 2006: 7, 9, 13-37, 40, 55, 64, 80, 155, 157, 166, 220, 224.
  • EN2006f Pascal Yan Sayegh. History in the Philosophy of Cornelius Castoriadis. Dissertation Submitted to the University of Manchester for the Degree of Master of Arts in the Faculty Humanities. School of Arts, Histories and Cultures. 2006.
  • EN2006g Christopher Houston. "'The Never Ending Dance: Islamism, Kemalism and the Power of Self-Institution in Turkey." Australian Journal of Anthropology, 17:2 (2006): 161-178; see: 161, 162, 163, 164, 172, 175.
  • EN2006h William D. Coleman. "Globalization and Co-operatives." Brett Fairbairn and Nora Russell. Eds. Co-operative Membership and Globalization: New Directions in Research and Practice. Saskatoon: Center for the Study of Co-operatives, University of Saskatchewan, 2006: 3-17; see: 11, 14.
  • EN2006i# Frédéric Vandenberghe. "The Age of Epigones: Post-Bourdieusian Social Theory in France." In Gerard Delanty. Ed. Handbook of Contemporary European Social Theory. London and New York: Routledge, 2006: 69-81; see: 76 (“Socialisme et [sic] Barbarie, Lefort, Castoriadis and Lyotard”).
  • EN2006j Lorraine Code. Ecological Thinking: The Politics of Epistemic Location. Oxford and New York: Oxford University Press, 2006: 30-36, 51n58, 69n20, 71, 123-25, 134, 164n2, 195, 199n76, 214n24, 282, 283n5.
  • EN2006k Paul Blackledge. "Alasdair MacIntyre: Marxism and Politics." Studies in Marxism, 11 (2006): 95-116; see: 101 (Solidarity/S. ou B./CC/Lefort), 104-108 (S. ou B./Socialism Reaffirmed/Solidarity/Pallis/Pennington/CC), 110 (CC/Solidarity), 114n23, 114n24 (S. ou B.), 114n34, 114n36-37, 115n49-52, 115n62 (Cardan/Solidarity).
  • EN2006l Jonathan Nitzan and Shimshon Bichler. "New Imperialism or New Capitalism?" Review (Fernand Braudel Center), 29: 1 (April 2006): 1-86; see: 18n7, 20, 28, 76.
  • EN2006m# Ignacio Ramonet. "Silent Thought." Translated by Donald Hounam and Harry Forster. Le Monde Diplomatique (English Edition), May 2006: 1.
  • EN2006n Anson Rabinbach. "Totalitarianism Revisited." Dissent, Summer 2006: 77-84; see: 82 ("the intellectual heretics of the old (initially Trotskyist) 'Socialism or Barbarism' group--Cornelius Castoriadis, Marcel Gauchet, and Claude Lefort").
  • EN2006o Alberto Toscano. "French Intellectuals against the Left: The Antitotalitarian Moment of the 1970s." Radical Philosophy, 138 (July-August 2006): 52-55; see 52 (S. ou B.), 53 (CC, Lefort et S. ou B.).
  • EN2006p Claudia Strauss. "The Imaginary." Anthropological Theory, 6:3 (September 2006): 322-344; see: 322-326, 328-29, 333-36, 339, 340n2.
  • EN2006q Christophe Premat. "Castoriadis and the Modern Political Imaginary--Oligarchy, Representation, Democracy." Critical Horizons, 7:1 (December 2006): 251-75.
  • EN2006q Gregory Elliott. "Parisian Impostures" (review of EN2004i). New Left Review, 41 (September-October 2006): 139-45; see: 140, 141 (S. ou B.), 143.
  • EN2006s Paul Blackledge. "The New Left’s Renewal of Marxism." International Socialism, 112 (Autumn 2006): 123-53; see: 143-44 (S. ou B./Solidarity/Pallis), 152n92 (CC and Brinton/Pallis).
  • EN2006t Christophe Premat. "Autonomy as a Balance of Freedom and Equality." International Social Science Journal, 190 (December 2006): 681-695; see: 684-85, 689, 694.
  • EN2006u Konstantinos Kavoulakos. "Cornelius Castoriadis on Social Imaginary and Truth," Ariadne (Rethymno), 12 (2006): 201-14.
  • EN2007a Robert V. Daniels. The Rise and Fall of Communism in Russia. New Haven and London: Yale University Press, 2007: 127.
  • EN2007a Robert V. Daniels. The Rise and Fall of Communism in Russia. New Haven and London: Yale University Press, 2007: 127.
  • EN2007b David Ames Curtis. "Afterword: Walking Together, Three Decades Later." Jean-François Augoyard. Step by Step: Everyday Walks in a French Urban Housing Project. Trans. David Ames Curtis. Minneapolis: University of Minnesota Press, 2007: 193-219; see: 200, 208, 210, 236-37n6, 238n16, 240n27, 242n34, 243nn37,39,42-43, 244nn45-46, 245-46n53, 246-47n60. See also Jean-François Augoyard. Author's Response to the Translator's Afterword. http://www.cresson.archi.fr/sbs.html and: David Ames Curtis. Translator's Reply to the Author's Response. http://www.cresson.archi.fr/sbs.html#reply .
  • EN2007c Stuart Winchester. Social Transformation: Castoriadis, Sublimation and the Non-Rational Divide.M. A. Thesis in Sociology.Flinders University, Adelaide Australia.2007.
  • EN2007d Lachlan Ross. The Imaginary (Self-)Creation of the 'Human Being': Cornelius Castoriadis' Ontology of the Radical and Social Imaginaries. Social Theory Department. Melbourne University Honours Thesis, 2007.
  • EN2007e Aki Orr. Big Business? Big Government? or Direct Democracy? Who Should Shape Society? (World Power Politics of the 20th Century--and Their Lesson).Long Version. Printed by Aki Orr, 2007: 1 (Chris and Jeanne Palis, British "Solidarity" group, Castoriadis, S. ou B., Henri Simon, ICO), 184 ("The following two chapters answer Castoriadis's question.").
  • EN2007f Blackwell Encyclopedia of Sociology. Ed. George Ritzer. 11 vols. Oxford, England and Malden MA: Blackwell Publishing, 2007.
    • EN2007f1 Peter Murphy. "Arendt, Hannah." Vol. 1: 167-75; see: 175.
    • EN2007f2 Phillip Ablett. "Castoriadis, Cornelius." Vol. 2: 406-7.
    • EN2007f3 George Steinmetz. "Marxism and Sociology." Vol 6: 2815-18; see: 2815.
    • EN2007f4 Gerard Delanty. "Modernity." Vol. 6: 3068-71; see: 3069.
    • EN2007f5 Peter Murphy. "Politics." Vol. 7: 3463-67; see: 3466.
  • EN2007g Stevphen Shukaitis and David Graeber. Introduction. Constituent Imagination: Militant Investigations//Collective Theorization. Stevphen Shukaitis and David Graeber with Erika Biddle. Ed. Oakland, CA and Edinburgh: AK Press, 2007: 11-34; see: 20 (CC, Lefort, and S. ou B.), 23, 24 (CC, S. ou B., and Françoise [sic] Lyotard "previously best known for leading the breakaway faction . . . called Communisme ou Barbarie [sic]").
  • EN2007h Yannis Stavrakakis. "Antinomies of Creativity: Lacan and Castoriadis on Social Construction and the Political." The Lacanian Left: Psychoanalysis, Theory, Politics. Edinburgh: Edinburgh University Press, 2007: 37-65; see also: 4, 15, 17-19, 33n23, 66, 68-69, 71, 73, 88, 103, 104n4, 105n17, 106n20, 110, 128, 158, 163, 254, 256-57, 269-70, 273.
  • EN2007i Dominique Bouchet. "The Ambiguity of the Modern Conception of Autonomy and the Paradox of Culture." Thesis Eleven, 88 (February 2007): 31-54.
  • EN2007j Anders Michelsen. "Autotranscendence and Creative Organization: On Self-Creation and Self-Organization." Thesis Eleven., 88 (February 2007): 55-75.
  • EN2007k Suzi Adams. "Castoriadis and Autopoeisis." Thesis Eleven., 88 (February 2007): 76-91.
  • EN2007l Chamsy el-Ojeili. "Forget Debord?" (review essay). Thesis Eleven, 89 (May 2007): 115–27; see: 119-20, 125-26nn8-10.
  • EN2007m Suzi Adams. "Castoriadis and the Permanent Riddle of the World: Changing Configurations of Worldliness and World Alienation." Thesis Eleven, 90 (August 2007): 44-60.
  • EN2007n Karl E. Smith, "Religion and the Project of Autonomy." Thesis Eleven, 91 (November 2007): 27-47.
  • EN2007o Chiara Bottici. A Philosophy of Political Myth. Cambridge, UK and New York: Cambridge University Press. 2007: 15, 24n7, 50, 53n10, 72n9, 73n10, 122n3, 176, 198-99, 201, 220-2641n16, 258,
  • EN2007p Kathleen Wilson. Autonomy is the Destiny of Man: Castoriadis' Sociology of the Possible. Master's Thesis. Concordia University, Montréal, Québec, 2007.
  • EN2007q Emilio Mordini. "The narrative dimension of nanotechnology." Nanotechnology Perceptions, 3:1 (2007): 15-24; see: 16.
  • EN2007r Paul Blackledge. "Morality and Revolution: Ethical Debates in the British New Left." Critique: Journal of Socialist Theory, 35:2 (August 2007): 211-28; see: 225 (S. ou B.) and n59 (CC), 227 (S. ou B.) and n64 (Cardan).
  • EN2007q Roberta Patalano. "Imagination and Society. The Affective Side of Institutions." Constitutional Political Economy, 18: 4 (December 2007): 223-41; see: 223, 226, 228-35, 239.
  • EN2008a# Paul Anderson. "Lefort Dazzles on the State of Communism."Tribune, #January 15, 2008: ##.
  • EN2008b The Greeks: Muses, Myths, and the Moderns. Thesis Eleven, 93 (May 2008).
    • EN2008b1 David Roberts. Introduction. Ibid.: 3-4; see: 4.
    • EN2008b2 Vassilis Lambropoulos. "Governance, Hubris, and Justice in Modern Tragedy." Ibid.: 22-35; see: 33-34.
    • EN2008b3 Vrasidas Karalis. "Aristotle and Us: Some Observations on His Philosophical Language." Ibid.: 36-51; see: 36, 45-50.
    • EN2008b4 Agnes Heller. "The Gods of Greece: Germans and the Greeks." Ibid.: 52-63; see: 54, 63.
    • EN2008b5 Louis A. Ruprecht, Jr. "Greek Exercises: The Modern Olympics as Hellenic Appropriation and Reinvention." Ibid.: 72-87; see: 85n20.
    • EN2008b6 Chamsy el-Ojelli. "'No, We Have Not Finished Reflecting On Communism': Beyond Post-Socialism" (review essay, including discussion of The Rising Tide of Insignificancy (The Big Sleep) and Figures of the Thinkable (Including Passion and Knowledge) ). Ibid.: 110-29.
  • EN2008c Erik W. Davis. "Imaginary Conversations with Mothers about Death." At the Edge of the Forest: Essays in Honor of David Chandler. Anne R. Hansen and Judy Ledgerwood. Eds. Ithaca: Cornell University Press, 2008: 221-48; see: 223.
  • EN2008d Samuel Moyn. "Marxism and Alterity: Claude Lefort and the Critique of Totality." In Warren Breckman et al. Eds. The Modernist Imagination: Intellectual History and Critical Theory (Essays in Honor of Martin Jay). New York: Berghahn Books, 2008: 99-116; see: 108 (S. ou B.).
  • EN2008e Dick Howard. "The Anti-Totalitarian Left Between Morality and Politics." In Warren Breckman et al. Eds. The Modernist Imagination: Intellectual History and Critical Theory (Essays in Honor of Martin Jay). New York: Berghahn Books, 2008: 331-44; see: 332 (CC and Lefort), 342n5 (S. ou B.) and n8 (CC and Lefort), 343-44n19 (CC and Lefort).
  • EN2008f Simon Pirani. The Russian Revolution in Retreat, 1920-24: Soviet Workers and the New Communist Elite. London and New York: Routledge 2008: 168.
  • EN2008g Paul Blackledge and Neil Davidson. "Introduction: the Unknown Alasdair MacIntyre." Alasdair MacIntyre’s Engagement with Marxism: Selected Writings 1953–1974. Edited and with an introduction by Paul Blackledge & Neil Davidson. Boston and Leiden: Brill, 2008: xiii-l; see: xxix (S. ou B.), xxxn47, xli-xliii (S. ou B./Solidarity/CC/Cardan).
  • EN2008h Vladimir Fours. "(Re)thinking the 'public sphere' with Arendt and Habermas." Topos, 19 (2008): 94-100; see: 99.
  • EN2008i Lambros Philippou. "Castoriadis, Arendt and Derrida: On the Faculty to Begin Something New." Diotima, 36 (2008): 163-174.
  • EN2008j Catharine Rising. "Ulrich Redux: Musil’s Design for His Man Without Qualities." American Imago, 65:4 (Winter 2008): 523–545; see: 523, 528-29, 533, 540-41.
  • EN2008k William H. Wahl. "Pathologies of Desire and Duty: Freud, Ricoeur, and Castoriadis on Transforming Religious Culture." Journal of Religion and Health, 47:3 (September 2008): 398-414.
  • EN2008l Richard Gilman-Opalsky. "Guy Debord and Ideology Materialized: Reconsidering Situationist Praxis." Theory in Action, 1:4 (October 2008): 5-26; see: 18, 19.
  • EN2009a Richard Greeman. Beware of Vegetarian Sharks! Radical Rants and Internationalist Essays (Illustrated). Moscow and New York: Praxis Research and Education, 2009: 7, 9, 53 (CC and S. ou B.), 57 (CC and S. ou B.), 70, 338-39 (CC and S. ou B.).
  • EN2009b Erik W. Davis. Treasures of the Buddha: Imagining Death and Life in Contemporary Cambodian Religion. Dissertation. University of Chicago Divinity School. 2009. Steven Collins, Advisor. See: ii,-iii, 2, 25-31, 44, 120-121, 135-136, 148, 248, 253-255.
  • EN2009c Nader N. Chokr. Unlearning or "How NOT to Be Governed?" Exeter, England and Charlottesville, VA: Societas, 2009: 17n15,42nn35-36, 46, 50.
  • EN2009d Jonathan Nitzan and Shimshon Bichler. Capital As Power: A Study of Order and Creorder. London and New York: Routledge, 2009: xi, 17, 20, 54, 102, 140, 141, 148, 306.
  • EN2009e Jeffrey Klooger. Castoriadis: Psyche, Society, Autonomy. Leiden and Boston: Brill, 2009. Dick Howard. Foreword. Ibid.: xi-xiv.
  • EN2009f Jane Kenway and Johannah Fahey. "Imagining Research Otherwise." Globalizing the Research Imagination. Eds. Jane Kenway and Johannah Fahey. London and New York: Routledge, 2009: 1-39; see: 5-6, 9-10, 25, 27-28, 33-38, 39nn4-6.
  • EN2009g Giorgio Baruchello and Varlerio Lintner. "Life and Death Economics Revisited: Reflections on the Economic Crisis One Year On." Death and Anti-Death. Vol. 7: Nine Hundred Years After St. Anselm (1033-1109). Ed. Charles Tandy. Palo Alto: Ria University Press, 2009: 35-54; see: 39.
  • EN2009h Maximiliano E. Korstanje. Review of ES2007B . Cultura. International Journal of Philosophy of Culture and Axiology, 6:1 (2009): 211-14.
  • EN2009i Jane Kenway and Johannah Fahey. "A Transgressive Global Research Imagination." Thesis Eleven, 96 (February 2009): 109-127.
  • EN2009j Alexander Zevin. "Revolution to Go: Reordering 68." New Left Review, 57 (May-June 2009): 127-37; see: 133, 136.
  • EN2009k Dominique Bouchet. “The Paradox of Culture.” Empedocles: European Journal for the Philosophy of Communication,1:2 (2009): 203-13; see: 207, 211.
  • EN2009l Alexander Zevin. "Revolution to Go: Reordering 68." New Left Review, 57 (May-June 2009): 127-37; see: 133, 136.
  • EN2009m Giorgio Baruchello. "Good and Bad Capitalism. Re-Thinking Value, Human Needs, and the Aims of Economic Activity." Economics, Management, and Financial Markets, 4:3 (2009): 125-69; see: 150n1, 156, 162n62.
  • EN2009n Christos Memos. "Dignified Rage, Insubordination and Militant Optimism." Ephemera: Theory & Politics in Organization, 9:3 (August 2009): 219-33; see: 221, 225, 232, 233.
  • EN2009o Christos Memos. "For Marx and Marxism: An Interview with Kostas Axelos." Thesis Eleven, 98 (August 2009): 129-39; see: 130, 137.
  • EN2010a Karl E. Smith. Meaning, Subjectivity, Society: Making Sense of Modernity. Leiden, The Netherlands: Brill, 2010.
  • EN2010b Andrej Grubacic. Introduction. From Here to There: The Staughton Lynd Reader. Oakland: PM Press, 2010: 13 ("Castoriades"), 26n12.
  • EN2010c Dominique Bouchet: "The Pragmatics of Intercultural Communication. The Bounded Openness of a Contradictory Perspective." Pragmatics and Society, 1:1 (2010): 137–154; see: 149.
  • EN2010d Roberta Patalano. "Imagination and Economics at the Crossroad. Materials for a Dialogue." History of Economic Ideas, 18:1 (2010): 167-189.
  • EN2010e Christos Memos. "Neoliberalism, Identification Process and the Dialectics of Crisis." International Journal of Urban and Regional Research, 34:1 (March 2010): 210-16; see: 211-14.
  • EN2010f Christos Memos. "Reconsidering the Marxist-Anarchist Controversy in and through Radical Praxis: Lessons Taken from the Greek Uprising, December 2008." Theory in Action: International Journal of the Transformative Studies Institute, 3:4 (October 2010): 17-37; see: 17n1, 30, 33, 36nn38,40, 37n54.
  • EN2010g Mathieu Potte-Bonneville. "Risked Democracy: Foucault, Castoriadis and the Greeks." Trans. Shane Lillis. Radical Philosophy, 166 (March/April 2011): 29-38.
  • EN2011a Depoliticization: The Political Imaginary of Global Capitalism. Ed. I. S. Straume, and J. F. Humphreys. Malmö: NSU Press, 2011.
  • EN2011b Henry A. Giroux. Zombie Politics and Culture in the Age of Casino Capitalism. New York: Peter Lang Publishing, 2011: 26n24, 27n56, 106, 108n7.
  • EN2011c Pascal Yan Sayegh. Nationalism as a Social Imaginary: Negotiations of Social Signification and (Dis)Integrating Discourses in Britain, France and Poland. Thèse de doctorat d'Etudes Transculturelles. Université de Lyon - Jean Moulin. 2011.
  • EN2011d Destins d'exilés. Kostas Axelos, Cornelius Castoriadis et Kostas Papaïoannou. Ed. Servanne Jollivet, Christophe Premat and Mats Rosengren. Paris: Éditions du Manuscrit, 2011. (See also FR2011i.)
    • EN2011d1 Christos Memos. "A Generation of Greeks from Paris: Early Years and Political Context." Ibid.: 19-43.
    • EN2011d2 Christophe Premat. "A New Generation of Intellectuals in Postwar France." Ibid.: 75-107.
    • EN2011d3 Christophe Premat. "Perspectives sur Kostas Axelos et Cornelius Castoriadis". Ibid.: 181-97.
    • EN2011d4 Anders Ramsay. "Castoriadis' Critque of Marx and Marxism in 'Modern Capitalism and Revolution'". Ibid.: 199-222.
    • EN2011d5 Mats Rosengren. "True and False Chaos–The Mythical Origins of the Preconditions of Creation". Ibid.: 223-34.
    • EN2011d6 Suzi Adams. "Retrieving the World Problematic in Castoriadis' Thought". Ibid.: 235-51.
  • EN2011e Jan-Werner Müller. Contesting Democracy: Political Ideas in Twentieth-Century Europe. New Haven, CT: Yale University Press, 2011: 160, 206, 214, 269n23.
  • EN2011f Chamsy El-Ojeili. "After Post-Socialism: Social Theory, Utopia, and the Work of Castoriadis in a Global Age." J. L. Shaw and M. Hemmingsen. Eds. Human Beings and Freedom: An Interdisciplinary Perspective. Kolkata: Punthi Pustak, 2011: 195-218.
  • EN2011g James H. Liu. "Response to Chamsy El-Ojeili: Globalisation and the (Temporary) Death of Grand Social Theories." J. L. Shaw and M. Hemmingsen. Eds. Human Beings and Freedom: An Interdisciplinary Perspective. Kolkata: Punthi Pustak, 2011: 225-35; see: 231, 233.
  • EN2011h Neil Davidson. "Alasdair Macintyre and Trotskyism." Virtue and Politics. Ed. Paul Blackledge and Kelvin Knight. University of Notre Dame Press, Indiana, 2011: 152-176; see: 161, 169-70.
  • EN2011i Suzi Adams. Castoriadis's Ontology: Being and Creation. New York: Fordham University Press, 2011.
  • EN2011j Giorgio Baruchello. "Your Money or Your Life: John McMurtry and Martha Nussbaum on the For-profit Assault upon Life-capabilities." Journal of Philosophy of Life, 1:1 (2011): 13-48; see: 15n2.
  • EN2011k Giorgio Baruchello and Rachael Lorna Johnstone. "Rights and Value: Construing the International Covenant on Economic, Social and Cultural Rights as Civil Commons." Studies in Social Justice, 5:1 (2011): 91-125; see: 112, 114n23.
  • EN2011l Mark Chou. "When Democracies Fail." Political Studies Review, 9 (2011): 344–356; see: 350-51.
  • EN2011m Christos Memos. "Pannekoek and Castoriadis on the Question of Stalinism." Critique, 39:4 (December 2011): 525-44.
  • EN2012a Giorgio Baruchello. “Contingency, Autonomy and Inanity: Cornelius Castoriadis on Human Mortality.” Death and Anti-Death Volume 9: One Hundred Years After Wilhelm Dilthey (1833-1911). C. Tandy. Ed. Palo Alto: Ria Press: 27-54.
  • EN2012b Marcela Tovar-Restrepo. Castoriadis, Foucault, and Autonomy: New Approaches to Subjectivity, Society, and Social Change. London and New York: Continuum, 2012.
  • EN2012c Giorgio Baruchello. "Contingency, Autonomy and Mysticism: Three Critical Remarks on Cornelius Castoriadis' Understanding of Human Mortality." Death and Anti-Death, vol. 10: Ten Years After John Rawls (1921-2002). C. Tandy. Ed. Palo Alto: Ria Press, 2012: 21-30.
  • EN2012d Jeff Klooger. "The Meanings of Autonomy: Project, Self-limitation, Democracy and Socialism." Thesis Eleven, 108 (February 2012): 84-98.
  • EN2012e Karl E. Smith. Review of Jeff Klooger, Castoriadis: Psyche, Society, Autonomy. Thesis Eleven, 108 (February 2012): 136-40.
  • EN2012f Panagiotis A. Kanellopoulos. "Envisioning Autonomy through Improvising and Composing: Castoriadis Visiting Creative Music Education Practice." Educational Philosophy and Theory, 44:2 (March 2012): 151-82.
  • EN2012g Special Issue: Cornelius Castoriadis: Critical Encounters. European Journal of Social Theory, 15:3 (August 2012).
    • EN2012g1 Suzi Adams and Ingerid S. Straume. "Castoriadis in Dialogue." Ibid.: 289-94.
    • EN2012g2 Johann P. Arnason. "Castoriadis as a Civilizational Analyst: Sense and Non-sense in Ancient Greece." Ibid.: 295-311.
    • EN2012g3 Suzi Adams. "Castoriadis at the Limits of Autonomy? Ecological Worldhood and the Hermeneutic of Modernity." Ibid.: 313-29.
    • EN2012g4 Natalie J. Doyle. "Autonomy and Modern Liberal Democracy: From Castoriadis to Gauchet." Ibid.: 331-47.
    • EN2012g5 Anthony Elliott. "New Individualist Configurations and the Social Imaginary: Castoriadis and Kristeva." Ibid.: 349-65.
    • EN2012g6 Ingerid S. Straume. "A Common World? Arendt, Castoriadis and Political Creation." Ibid.: 367-83.
    • EN2012g7 Alexandros Kioupkiolis. "The Agonistic Turn of Critical Reason: Critique and Freedom in Foucault and Castoriadis." Ibid.: 385-402.
    • EN2012g8 Nathalie Karagiannis and Peter Wagner. "What Is to Be Thought? What Is to Be Done?: The Polyscopic Thought of Kostas Axelos and Cornelius Castoriadis." Ibid.: 403-17.
  • EN2012h Christos Memos. "Crisis of Theory, Subversive Praxis and Dialectical Contradictions: Notes on Luxemburg and the Anti-Capitalist Movement". Critique: Journal of Socialist Theory, 40: 3 (August 2012): 405-21; see: 411n11, 413n19, 414.
  • EN2012i Christos Memos. "Castoriadis on Althusser and the Crisis of Marxism." Cosmos and History: The Journal of Natural and Social Philosophy, 8:2 (2012): 100-116.
  • EN2012j Christos Memos. "Anarchism and Council Communism on the Russian Revolution." Anarchist Studies, 20:2 (2012): 22-47; see: 45nn67,68 (S. ou B.).
  • EN2012k Christopher Houston. "Anthropology, Autonomy and the Art of Cultural Revolution." Anthropological Theory, 12:3 (2012): 252–70.
  • EN2012l Giorgio Baruchello. Review of Free Markets and the Culture of Common Good by M. Schlag and J.A. Mercado (eds.). Economics, Management, and Financial Markets, 7:4 (December 2012): 276-291; see: 284, 286, 291.
  • EN2013a Creation, Rationality and Autonomy. Essays on Cornelius Castoriadis. Ed. Ingerid S. Straume and Giorgio Baruchello. Copenhagen: NSU Press and Nordiskt Sommaruniversitet, 2013.
    • EN2013a1 Ingerid Straume and Giorgio Baruchello. Preface. Ibid.: 7-8
    • EN2013a2Ingerid Straume and Giorgio Baruchello. "Creation, Rationality and Autonomy: A Brief Introduction." Ibid.: 11-27.
    • Part I: Creation
      • EN2013a3 Angelos Mouzakitis. "Chaos and Creation in Castoriadis's Interpretation of Greek Thought." Ibid.: 31-48.
      • EN2013a4 Catharina Gabrielsson. "Origins as a Sign of Pathology in Architectural Thinking." Ibid.: 49-73.
      • EN2013a5 Suzi Adams. "Castoriadis, Arnason and the Phenomenological Question of the World." Ibid.: 75-98.
    • Part II: Rationality
      • EN2013a6 Giorgio Baruchello. "Odd Bedfellows: Cornelius Castoriadis on Capitalism and Freedom." Ibid.: 101-32
      • .EN2013a7 Sophie Klimis. "From Modernity to Neoliberalism: What Human Subject?" Ibid.: 133-58.
      • EN2013a8 Andrea Gabler. "Artistic Critique? Socialisme ou Barbaries's and Castoriadis's Concept of Revolutionary Work Research." Ibid.: 159-82.
    • Part III: Autonomy
      • EN2013a9 Harald Wolf. "The Power of the Imaginary." Ibid.: 185-202.
      • EN2013a10 Ingerid Straume. "Castoriadis, Education and Democracy." Ibid.: 203-28
      • EN2013a11 Kristina Egumenovska. "The Wreath of Subjectivity and Time." Ibid.: 229-41.
      • EN2013a12 Stathis Gourgouris. "Autonomy and Self-Alteration." Ibid.: 243-68.
  • EN2013b Warren Breckman. Adventures of the Symbolic: Post-Marxism and Radical Democracy. New York: Columbia University Press: xii-xiii, 6-9, 86, 96-138, 140, 142-43, 148-49 (CC/Lefort/S. ou B.), 167 (CC/Lefort/S. ou B.), 174-75, 197 (S. ou B.), 265, 284-85, 287-88, 289n9, 305n119 (S. ou B.), 306nn3-4, 307nn5-21, 308nn22-30,32,35-38,41-43,46, 309nn48-49,52-53,55-56,61,63, 310nn64,66-69,72,74-75,78-81,83-84, 311nn86-88,90-93,98-99, 312nn105-106,108-12,114-17,121-25, 313nn126,129,135-45, 314nn146-48,3-4, 315nn30-32 (S. ou B), 319nn99 (CC/Lefort), 321nn125,127, 337nn33,48, 339n82.
  • EN2013c Nicholas Taylor Rogerson. Self Creation and Social Critique: Kierkegaard, Arendt, and Castoriadis on Thinking and Discourse. Submitted to the Graduate Faculty as partial fulfillment of the requirements for the Master of Arts Degree in Philosophy, The University of Toledo May 2013. 132pp.
  • EN2013d Christos Memos. "Axelos, Castoriadis, Papaioannou and Marx: Towards an Anti-Critique." Philosophy and Social Criticism, 39:10 (December 2013): 1029–1047.
  • EN2014a Stephen Hastings-King. Looking for the Proletariat: Socialisme ou Barbarie and the Problem of Worker Writing. Leiden and Boston: Brill, 2014.
  • EN2014b Sean Leneghan. "Catch-22: Anthropology, Autonomy and the Trial." Studia Universitatis Babeş-Bolyai: Philosophia, 59:1 (April 2014): 5-27; see: 6, 8, 22-26.
  • EN2014c Ingerid S. Straume. "Education in a Crumbling Democracy." Ethics and Education, 9:2 (2014): 187-200.

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