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English-Language Bibliography of Writings By Cornelius Castoriadis

N.B.:This draft bibliography is an updated and reorganized version of the English-language bibliographies 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 Writings By Cornelius Castoriadis
(Écrits de Cornelius Castoriadis en anglais):

  • EN1958A Pierre Chaulieu. "The Marxist Organization Today" (unauthorized editing of original typescript, now lost). Grace Lee [now: Boggs], Pierre Chaulieu [Cornelius Castoriadis] and J. R. Johnson [C. L. R. James]. Facing Reality. Detroit: Correspondence, 1958: 90-102?
  • EN1960A Anon. Socialism Reaffirmed. An Analysis of the Crisis of Contemporary Society and An Outline of the Road to Working Class Power (translation of FR1949B ). London: Bob Pennington, no date (July 1960). 28pp.
    • "Socialism or Barbarism" (new translation). PSW 1: 76-106, including Postface (translation of FR1973A6 ), ibid.: 106.
  • EN1960B ##. The Socialist Program (translation of FR1952B ). #Socialism Reaffirmed, ##:## (September 1960). ##pp.
  • EN1961A Anon. Socialism or Barbarism (statement originally written in English for a May 1961 international "conference of revolutionary socialists" held in Paris). London: Socialism Reaffirmed, no date. ##pp.
    • Solidarity Pamphlet 11. London: Solidarity, no date. 22pp. Introduction (dated May 1968). Ibid.: 1-2.
    • Solidarity Pamphlet 11. London: Solidarity, no date. 22pp. Introduction (dated May 1969). Ibid.: 1-2.
    • Electronic reprint: http://www.notbored.org/PSRTI.pdf
  • EN1961B# Paul Cardan. "Socialism and Capitalism" (originally written in English; subsequent French translation by Castoriadis as FR1979D4 ). International Socialism, 4 (Spring 1961): 20-27.
    • The Meaning of Socialism (reprint of EN1961B in slightly altered form). London: Socialism Reaffirmed, September 1961. ##pp.
    • The Meaning of Socialism. Solidarity Pamphlet 6. London: Solidarity, 1966. 26pp. Introduction (dated November 1966).
    • The Meaning of Socialism. Solidarity Pamphlet 6. London: Solidarity, no date. 26#pp. Introduction (dated December 1969 on fifth reprint). Ibid.: 1-2#.
    • The Meaning of Socialism. Solidarity Pamphlet 6. London: Solidarity, no date. 26pp. Additional introduction (dated July 1972). Ibid.: [i]-[ii].
    • The Meaning of Socialism. Philadelphia: Philadelphia Solidarity, 1994. 26pp. Philadelphia Solidarity. Introduction. Ibid.: 1-2. Other Castoriadis Works Available. Ibid.: 2.
  • EN1962A #Paul Cardan. "Working Class Consciousness" (translation of FR1959C). Trans. Maurice Brinton. Solidarity, 2:2 (April 1962): ##-## and 2:3 (May 1962): ##-##.
  • EN1963A #Paul Cardan. # Modern Capitalism and Revolution (translation of FR1960B, FR1961A, and FR1961B, with new material written in English). Trans. Maurice Brinton. London: Solidarity, 1963. ##pp. (See also EN1965A, EN1965B, and EN1974A.)
    • #Paul Cardan. #Modern Capitalism and Revolution. #Rev. ed. with additional new material written in English. London: Solidarity, 1965. ##pp.
    • Paul Cardan. Modern Capitalism and Revolution. A Solidarity Book. 2nd ed. London: Solidarity, 1974: 15-95.
    • http://libcom.org/library/modern-capitalism-revolution-paul-cardan
    • "Modern Capitalism and Revolution" (new translation making extensive use of Brinton's original translation and Castoriadis's 1963 and 1965 additions; also includes translations of the French-language additions found in the FR1979B reprint). PSW 2: 226-314, with notes a- e, ibid.: 314-15.
  • EN1965A #Paul Cardan. #"Appendix: The 'Falling Rate of Profit.'" # Modern Capitalism and Revolution. #Rev. ed. London: Solidarity, 1965: ##-##. (See also EN1963A, EN1965B, and EN1974A.)
  • EN1965B #Paul Cardan. #"Appendix to APPENDIX!" #Modern Capitalism and Revolution. #Rev. ed. London: Solidarity, 1965: ##-##. (See also EN1963A, EN1965A, and EN1974A.)
  • EN1966A Paul Cardan. The Crisis of Modern Society ("Lecture given in May 1965, in Tunbridge Wells (Kent, England) before the comrades and supporters of Solidarity"; subsequent French translation by Castoriadis as FR1979B 5). Solidarity Pamphlet 23. London: Solidarity, no date (June 1965). 14pp. Introduction. Ibid.: 1-2.
    • "The Crisis of Modern Society." PSW 3: 106-17.
  • EN1966B Paul Cardan. "The Fate of Marxism" (partial translation of FR1964D ; reprinted in IIS [French ed.]: 13-20). Trans. Maurice Brinton. Solidarity, 4:3 (August 1966): 15-19.
    • The Fate of Marxism. Clydeside: Solidarity, no date 8pp.
    • The Fate of Marxism. A Solidarity Pamphlet. London: Solidarity, no date. 5pp.
    • "The Fate of Marxism". The Anarchist Papers. Ed. Dimitrios I. Roussopoulos. Buffalo and Montreal: Black Rose Press, 1986: 75-84.
    • IIS (new English translation): 9-15.
    • "Marxism and Revolutionary Theory (1964-1965): Excerpts. Marxism: A Provisional Assessment. The Historical Situation of Marxism and the Notion of Orthodoxy" (edited version of IIS version). CR: 139-45.
  • EN1967A From Bolshevism to the Bureaucracy (translation of FR1964B ). Trans. Maurice Brinton. Solidarity Pamphlet 24. London: Solidarity, 1.3.67. 18pp. M. B. Introduction. Ibid.: 1-2.
  • EN1967B "Sexual Thermidor" (translation of FR1963C ). Solidarity for Workers' Power, 4:8 (July 1967): 17-23.
    • "Sexual Education in the USSR." PSW 3 : 56-63.
  • EN1968A [Maurice Brinton]. "France 1968" (this final chapter includes a loose, partial translation and paraphrasing of parts of "La Révolution anticipée" [ FR1968B ]; see EN1993A7 ). [Maurice Brinton].Paris: May 1968. Solidarity Pamphlet 30. London: Solidarity, June 1968: 39-43.
    • London: Dark Star Press and Rebel Press, 1986: 50-55.
    • http://libcom.org/library/May-68-Solidarity (Paris: May 1968 - Maurice Brinton's diary).
    • Maurice Brinton. For Worker's Power: The Selected Writings of Maurice Brinton. Ed. David Goodway. Oakland, CA and Edinburgh, Scotland: AK Press, 2004: 253-56.
  • EN1968B Gabriel and Daniel Cohn-Bendit. "Students and Society " (this section is a loose, partial translation and rewriting of FR1963B ; see EN1993A3 ). Gabriel and Daniel Cohn-Bendit. Obsolete Communism. The Left-Wing Alternative. Trans. Arnold Pomerans. London: André Deutsch Ltd., 1968: 41-48.
    • London: Penguin Books, 1969: 41-48.
  • EN1971A Paul Cardan. History and Revolution: A Revolutionary Critique of Historical Materialism (partial translation of FR1964D and FR1964E ; reprinted in IIS [French ed.]: 21-56). Trans. Maurice Brinton. Solidarity Pamphlet 38. London: Solidarity, no date. 35pp. Introduction (dated August 1971), ibid.: 2.
    • IIS (new English translation): 15-40.
  • EN1972A Workers' Councils and the Economics of a Self-Managed Society(translation of FR1957C ). Trans. Maurice Brinton. London: Solidarity, 1972. 60pp. Our Preface (dated March 1972). Ibid.: #1-5.
  • EN1974A Paul Cardan. "Author's Introduction to the 1974 English Edition" (17 March 1974). Modern Capitalism and Revolution. A Solidarity Book. 2nd ed. London: Solidarity, 1974: 1-11 (see also EN1963A, EN1965A, and EN1965B ).
    • PSW 2: 326-43 (this version adopts a number of clarifications made in the FR1979B4 version).
  • EN1974B "Redefining Revolution" (translation of FR1964A ). Trans. Maurice Brinton. Solidarity Pamphlet 44. London: Solidarity, no date. 24pp.
  • EN1974C Paul Cardan. "Wot? No Contradictions?" Solidarity for Workers' Power, 7:11 (July 1974): 28-30.
  • EN1975A "An Interview with C. Castoriadis" (translation of 26 January 1974 APL interview [ FR1974D ]). Trans. Bart Grahl and David Pugh. Telos, 23 (Spring 1975): 131-55. Dick Howard. "Introduction to Castoriadis." Ibid.: 117-31.
    • "'The Only Way to Find Out If You Can Swim Is to Get into the Water': An Introductory Interview" (new English translation). CR: 1-34.
  • EN1976A "The Hungarian Source" (unauthorized editing by Paul Piccone of original English-language typescript; subsequent French translation by Maurice Luciani as FR1977E ). Telos, 29 (Fall 1976): 4-22.
    • PSW 3: 250-71 (this restoration of the original English-language version now also includes translations of additions found in FR1979D ).
  • EN1976B "On the History of the Workers' Movement" (translation of FR1974A3 ). "Translated from the French by Brian Singer and into English by Patricia Tummons." Telos, 30 (Winter 1976-77): 3-42.
    • "The Question of the History of The Workers' Movement" (new English translation). PSW 3: 157-206.
  • EN1977A #"Hierarchy of Salaries and Incomes" (excerpted translation of FR1974B ). Trans. Tom McLaughlin. The Red Menace, 3 (Winter 1977): ##-##.
    • Trans. Tom McLaughlin and Peter Royle. Catalyst, 13 (Spring 1979): 95-104.
    • "Hierarchy of Wages and Income" (new English translation). PSW 3: 207-15.
  • EN1977B P. Cardan. "Listen, Psychiatrist" (partial translation of FR1964F ; reprinted in IIS [French ed.]: 126-30). Trans. Maurice Brinton. Solidarity for Workers' Power, 8:7 (8 August 1977): 19-23. Solidarity postscript. Ibid.: 23.
    • IIS (new English translation): 90-94.
    • "The Subjective Roots of the Revolutionary Project" CR: 165-69.
  • EN1977C "The Diversionists" (translation of FR1977G ). Trans. Dorothy Gehrke. Telos, 33 (Fall 1977): 102-6.
    • PSW 3 (new English translation): 272-77.
  • EN1977D "Reply to André Gorz" (translation of FR1977H ). Ibid.: 108-9.
    • PSW 3 (new English translation): 277-80.
  • EN1977E "The French Left" (slightly abridged translation of FR1979E4 ). Trans. Bart Grahl, Susan Wheeler, Dorothy Gehrke, Bob D'Amico, Bill Hamilton, and John Fekete. Telos, 34 (Winter 1977-78): 49-73.
  • EN1978A C. Castoriadis (Paul Cardan). History as Creation (partial translation of FR1964E ; reprinted in IIS [French ed.]: 56-84. Trans. Maurice Brinton. Solidarity Pamphlet 54. London: Solidarity, no date. 56pp. Publication note. Ibid.: 2. Introduction (dated July 1978). Ibid.: 3-9. Other Pamphlets by C. Castoriadis. Ibid.: 10.
  • EN1978B "From Marx to Aristotle, from Aristotle to Us" (translation of FR1975B ). Trans. Andrew Arato. Social Research, 45 (Winter 1978): 667-738.
    • CL (new translation): 260-339.
  • EN1978C "The Social Regime in Russia" (translation of FR1978C ). Trans. David J. Parent. Telos, 38 (Winter 1978-79): 32-47.
    • CR (new English translation): 219-38. Prefatory Note (November 1985). Ibid.: 218-19.
  • EN1979A "What Is Important" (translation of FR1959A ). Trans. Tom McLaughlin. Catalyst, 13 (Spring 1979): 91-94.
  • EN1979B "The French Communist Party: A Critical Anatomy" ("somewhat abridged" translation of FR1977I ). Trans. Adrienne Foulke. Dissent, Summer 1979: 315-25.
    • "The Evolution of the French Communist Party" (new English translation). PSW 3: 281-99.
  • EN1980A "Socialism and Autonomous Society" (translation of FR1979D3 ). Trans. David J. Parent. Telos, 43 (Spring 1980): 91-105.
    • PSW 3 (new English translation): 314-31.
  • EN1980B "Facing the War" (translation of FR1980A ). Trans. Joe Light, Telos, 46 (Winter 1980-81): 43-61.
    • "Facing War." Trans. ## ##. Solidarity Journal, 2 (### 198#): ##-##.
  • EN1981A "From Ecology to Autonomy" (partial translation of FR1981A ). Trans. Alastair Davidson. Thesis Eleven, 3 (1981): 8-22. Paul Breines. Introduction. Ibid.: 7.
    • CR (new, fuller translation of FR1981A ): 239-52.
  • EN1981B Interview (4 October 1981; subsequent translation by Zoé Castoriadis as FR1986B3 ). Psych-Critique, 2 (1982): 3-8.
  • EN1982A "The Impossibility of Reforms in the Soviet Union" (translation of FR1981B : 171-82). Trans. Jim Asker. Thesis Eleven, 4 (1982): 26-31.
  • EN1982B "The Toughest and Most Fragile of Regimes" (translation of FR1982F ). Trans. David Berger. Telos, 51 (Spring 1982): 186-90.
  • EN1982C Alain Besancon, Alexandre Astruc, Andre Gluecksmann, Bernard-Henri Levy, Cornelius Castoriadis, Czeslaw Milosz, Edgar Morin, Fernando Arrabal, Huber Matos, Jean-Marie Benoist, Jean-Marie Domenach, Lane Kirkland, Leonid Plyushch, Marek Halter, Michel Crozier, Michel Leiris, Natalya Gorbanevskya, Nikita Struve, Olga Svintsova, Olivier Guichard, Olivier Todd, Pierre Golendorf, Pierre Vidal-Naquet, Samuel Beckett, Stanislaw Baranczak, Susan Sontag, Tania Plyushch, Vladimir Bukovsky, Vladimir Maximov (partial list). "Help Save Que Me." New York Review of Books, 29:8 (May 13, 1982): 51.
  • EN1982D "The Crisis of Western Societies" (translation of FR1982G ). Trans. David J. Parent. Telos, 53 (Fall 1982): 17-28.
    • CR: 253-66. Prefatory Paragraph (1985). Ibid.: 253.
  • EN1982E "'Facing the War' and 'The Socio-Economic Roots of Re-Armament: A Rejoinder'" (reply written in English). Telos, 53 (Fall 1982): 192-97. (See EN1980B.)
  • EN1983A "The Destinies of Totalitarianism" (article originally written in English; subsequent translation by Castoriadis as FR1986B9 ). Salmagundi, 60 (Spring-Summer 1983): 107-22
  • EN1983B "The Greek Polis and the Creation of Democracy" ("lecture read on April 15, 1982, in New York, during one of the Hannah Arendt Memorial Symposia in Political Philosophy organized by the New School for Social Research which dealt with 'The Origin of Our Institutions'"; Paris--New York, March 1982--June 1983; subsequent French translation as FR1986B11 ). Graduate Faculty Philosophy Journal, 9 (Fall 1983): 79-115.
    • PPA: 81-123, incorporating notes and textual additions found in FR1986B11.
    • The Ancients and the Moderns. Bloomington, IN: Indiana University Press, 1996: 29-58 (reprint of PPA version).
    • CR: 266-89 (excerpted reprint of PPA version).
  • EN1984A "The Imaginary Institution of Society" (translation of IIS[French ed.]: 162-63, 175-204 and 311-24). Trans. Brian Singer. The Structural Allegory: Reconstructive Encounters with the New French Thought. Ed. John Fekete. Minneapolis: University of Minnesota Press, 1984: 6-45. Brian Singer. Introduction to Castoriadis. Ibid.: 3-5.
    • IIS (new English translation): 117-18, 125-46, and 227-37.
  • EN1984B "The Imaginary: Creation in the Social-Historical Domain" ("Based on a speech given to the International Symposium at Stanford University, September 14-16, 1981"). Disorder and Order. Ed. Paisley Livingston. Stanford Literature Studies 1. Saratoga, California: Anma Libri, 1984: 146-61.
    • Identity: The Real Me. London: Institute of Contemporary Arts, 1987: 39-43.
    • WIF: 3-18 (includes translation of additions found in FR1986B10 ).
  • EN1984C Crossroads in the Labyrinth (=CL; translation of FR1978A ). Trans. Martin H. Ryle and Kate Soper. Cambridge, MA: MIT Press and Brighton, England: Harvester Press, 1984. Translator's Note. Ibid.: vii-viii.
    • EN1984C1: Preface (translation of FR1978A1 ): ix-xxix.
    • EN1984C2: Note on the Texts Collected in this Volume (translation of FR1978A2 ): xxxi.
    • EN1984C3: "Epilegomena to a Theory of the Soul which has been presented as a Science" (translation of FR1968C ): 3-45.
    • EN1984C4: "Psychoanalysis: Project and Elucidation" (translation of FR1977F ): 46-115.
    • EN1984C5: "The Sayable and the Unsayable" (translation of FR1971A ): 119-44.
    • EN1984C6: "Modern Science and Philosophical Interrogation" (translation of FR1973E ): 145-226.
    • EN1984C7: "Technique" (translation of FR1973D ): 229-59.
    • Also: EN1978B (new translation): 260-339.
  • EN1984D "Marx Today: An Interview" (translation of FR1983E ). Trans. Franco Schiavoni. Thesis Eleven, 8 (1984): 124-32.
  • EN1984E "Defending the West" (translation of expanded version of FR1983C ). Trans. Alfred J. MacAdam. Partisan Review, 51 (1984): 375-79. (Castoriadis called this title "misleading" and the translation "particularly bad"; his letter of protest to Partisan Reviewconcerning this unauthorized translation was never published.)
  • EN1985A "Reflections on 'Rationality' and 'Development'" (translation of FR1976B ). Trans. John Murphy "in consultation with the author." Thesis Eleven, 9 (1985): 18-36.
  • EN1986A "The Nature and Value of Equality." Trans. David Ames Curtis. Philosophy and Social Criticism, 11:4 (Fall 1986): 373-90. Errata. Ibid., 12:4: 388.
  • EN1986B "Beating the Retreat into Private Life" (edited excerpt from BBC broadcast, "Voices," of Michael Ignatieff; other participant: Christopher Lasch). The Listener, 27 March 1986: 20-21.
  • EN1987A The Imaginary Institution of Society (=IIS; new, complete translation of FR1975A [ FR1964D , FR1964E , FR1964F , FR1965A , FR1965B , FR1975A1 , and FR1975A2 ]; see EN1966B , EN1971A , EN1977B , EN1978A , and EN1984A ). Trans. Kathleen Blamey. Cambridge, MA: MIT Press and Cambridge, England: Polity Press, 1987.
    • "The Social Imaginary " (reprint of IIS: 3, 117-19, 124, 139-40, 141-43). In Patrick Joyce, ed. Class (Oxford Readers). Oxford and New York: Oxford University Press, 1995: 117-24 (see EN1995g).
    • Paperback edition. Cambridge, England: Polity Press, 1997. Cambridge, MA: MIT Press, 1998.
    • "Marxism and Revolutionary Theory" (1964-65): Excerpts. CR: 139-95.
    • "The Social Imaginary and the Institution" (1975): Excerpt. CR: 196-217.
  • EN1987B "Cold War Fictions" (translation of letter to Professor Otto, editor of Sozialwissenschaftliche Literatur Wissenschaft, concerning Hauke Brunkhorst's review of Devant la guerre). Solidarity Journal, ## (Summer 1987): 14-15.
  • EN1987C The Crisis of Culture and the State (New York and Minneapolis, April 1986-- Paris, May 1987). Center for Humanistic Studies [University of Minnesota] Occasional Papers, 16 (1987). 20 pp. Afterword. Ibid.: 19-20.
    • PPA: 219-41. Afterword. Ibid.: 241-42.
  • EN1987D "The Movements of the Sixties" (translation of FR1986D ). Trans. Franco Schiavone and revised by David Ames Curtis. Thesis Eleven, 18/19 (1987): 20-31. Editorial Comment. Ibid.: 31.
    • Forms of Commitment: Intellectuals in Contemporary France. Ed. Brian Nelson. Monash Romance Studies 1. Melbourne, Australia: Aristoc Press, 1995.
    • WIF: 47-57.
  • EN1988A Political and Social Writings. Volume 1: 1946-1955. From the Critique of Bureaucracy to the Positive Content of Socialism (=PSW 1). Trans. and ed. David Ames Curtis. Minneapolis: University of Minnesota Press, 1988. David Ames Curtis. Foreword: vii-xxiii. With critical apparatus.
  • EN1988B Political and Social Writings. Volume 2: 1955-1960. From the Workers' Struggle Against Bureaucracy to Revolution in the Age of Modern Capitalism (=PSW 2). Trans. and ed. David Ames Curtis. Minneapolis: University of Minnesota Press, 1988. David Ames Curtis. Foreword: vii-ix. With critical apparatus.
  • EN1988C "The Gorbachev Interlude" (translated by Castoriadis as FR1987J / FR1990B2 ). New Politics, New Series 1 (Winter 1988): 60-79.
    • Thesis Eleven, 20 (1988): 5-29.
    • Gorbachev: The Debate. Andrew Arato and Ferenc Fehér, eds. Oxford: Polity Press, 1989: 61-83 (reedited version).
  • EN1988D "The First Institution of Society and Second-Order Institutions" (translation of FR1986C ). Trans. David Ames Curtis. Free Associations, 12 (1988): 39-51.
  • EN1988E "Intellectuals and History" (translation of FR1987I ). Trans. David Ames Curtis. Salmagundi, 80 (Fall 1988): 161-69.
    • PPA: 3-12.
    • The New Salmagundi Reader. Ed. Robert Boyers and Peggy Boyers. Syracuse: Syracuse University Press, 1996: 468-77.
  • EN1989A "Power, Politics, Autonomy" (abridged translation of FR1988G ). Trans. Cornelius Castoriadis. Zwischenbetrachtungen im Prozess der Aufklärung. Jürgen Habermas zum 60. Frankfurt: Suhrkamp, 1989: 453-81.
  • EN1989B "The 'End of Philosophy'?" Salmagundi, 82/83 (Spring/Summer 1989): 3-23. Richard Rorty. "Comments on Castoriadis's 'The End of Philosophy?'" Ibid.: 24-30.
    • PPA: 13-32, with translation of final paragraph from Castoriadis's subsequent transation, FR1990C3.
  • EN1989C "The State of the Subject Today" (translation of FR1986G ). Trans. David Ames Curtis. Thesis Eleven, 24 (1989): 5-43.
    • American Imago, 46:4 (Winter 1989): 371-412 (with typographical errors).
    • WIF: 137-71.
  • EN1990A "Individual, Society, Rationality, History" (translation of FR1988H ). Trans. David Ames Curtis. Thesis Eleven, 25 (1990): 59-90.
  • EN1990B "Does the Idea of Revolution Still Make Sense?" (translation of FR1989D ). Trans. David Ames Curtis. Thesis Eleven, 26 (1990): 123-38.
  • EN1990C "The Pulverization of Marxism-Leninism" (translation of FR1990F ). Trans. David Ames Curtis. Salmagundi, 88/89 (Fall 1990/Winter 1991): 371-83.
  • EN1990D "Cornelius Castoriadis. An Interview." Radical Philosophy, 56 (Autumn 1990): 35-43.
  • EN1991A Philosophy, Politics, Autonomy. Essays in Political Philosophy(=PPA; N.B.: the subtitle is an unauthorized editorial addition). Ed. David Ames Curtis. New York: Oxford University Press, 1991. David Ames Curtis. Foreword: v-x.
  • EN1991B "Time and Creation." Chronotypes: The Construction of Time. John Bender and David E. Wellbery, eds. Stanford, California: Stanford University Press, 1991: 38-66.
    • WIF: 374-401, with translations of passages found in Castoriadis's subsequent translation, FR1990C4.
  • EN1991C "Cornelius Castoriadis interviewed by Paul Gordon." Free Associations, 24 (1991): 483-506.
  • EN1992A "The Retreat from Autonomy: Postmodernism as Generalized Conformism" ("presented to an August 1991 conference in Melbourne on 'Reason and Imagination in Modern Culture'"). Thesis Eleven, 31 (1992): 14-23.
    • WIF: 32-43, with changes made to reflect Castoriadis's subsequent translation ( FR1990C2 ).
    • "Post-Modernism as Generalized Conformism." In Die Modernisierung moderner Gesellschaften. Ed. Wolfgang Zapf. Verhandlungen des 25. Deutschen Soziologentages in Frankfurt am Main 1990. Frankfurt/New York: Campus Verlag, 1991, p. 185-195.
    • Democracy & Nature: The International Journal of Inclusive Democracy, 7:1 (March 2001): 17-26. Includes Takis Fotopoulos. Editorial. Ibid.: #. http://www.democracynature.org/dn/vol7/editorial_1.htm
  • EN1992B "Logic, Imagination, Reflection" (translation of typescript version of FR1991A ; cf. FR1997A5 ). Trans. David Ames Curtis. American Imago, 49:1 (Spring 1992): 3-33.
    • Psychoanalysis in Contexts: Paths between Theory and Modern Culture. Anthony Elliott and Stephen Frosh, eds. London and New York: Routledge, 1995: 15-35.
    • WIF: 246-72, with changes made to reflect the published French version ( FR1991A ).
  • EN1992C "Reflections on Racism" (translation of FR1987F ). Trans. David Ames Curtis. Thesis Eleven, 32 (1992): 1-12.
  • EN1992D "Institution of Society and Religion" (translation of FR1982H ). Trans. Stathis Gourgouris. In Emergences, 3/4 (Fall 1992): 144-61. See EN1993C.
  • EN1992E "The Crisis of Marxism, the Crisis of Politics." Dissent, Spring 1992: 221-25.
    • "The Crisis of Marxism and the Crisis of Politics" (Frankfurt: 15 October 1990). Documenta, IX (June 13-September 20, 1992): 85-89.
    • "The Crisis of Marxism and the Crisis of Politics." Society and Nature, 1:2 (September-December 1992): 203-11.
  • EN1992F "Passion and Knowledge" (translation of FR1992D ). Trans. Thomas Epstein. Diogenes, 160 (Winter 1992): 75-93.
  • EN1992G "Our Revolutionary Tradition" (abridged translation of FR1989F ). Trans. David Ames Curtis. Common Knowledge, 3 (Winter 1992): 44-55.
    • "The Revolution Before the Theologians: For a Critical/Political Reflection on Our History" (complete translation of FR1989F ). WIF: 70-83.
  • EN1993A Political and Social Writings. Volume 3: 1961-1979. Recommencing the Revolution: From Socialism to the Autonomous Society (=PSW 3). Trans. and ed. David Ames Curtis. Minneapolis: University of Minnesota Press, 1993. David Ames Curtis. Foreword: vii-xxiv. With critical apparatus.
  • EN1993B "Cornelius Castoriadis, Philosopher and Psychoanalyst." Europes: els intel·lectuals i la qüestió europea. Barcelona: ACTA, Fundació per a les idees i les arts, 1993: 242-47.
  • EN1993C "Institution of Society and Religion" (translation of FR1982H ; includes changes made in the FR1986B reprint). Trans. David Ames Curtis. Thesis Eleven, 35 (1993): 1-17. See EN1992D.
  • EN1993D "Merleau-Ponty and the Weight of the Ontological Tradition" (translation of French typescript later published as FR1997A3 ). Trans. David Ames Curtis. Thesis Eleven, 36 (1993): 1-36.
  • EN1993E "Imagining Society--Cornelius Castoriadis Interview." Variant, 15 (Autumn 1993): 40-43.
  • EN1993F Cornelius Castoriadis et al. "Remembering Irving Howe." Dissent, Fall 1993: 514-49. Castoriadis, ibid.: 525.
  • EN1993G "The Greek and the Modern Political Imaginary" (translation of FR1991C ). Trans. David Ames Curtis. Salmagundi, 100 (Fall 1993): 102-29.
  • EN1994A "Psychoanalysis and Politics" (based on the October 1987 typescript). Speculations after Freud. Psychoanalysis, Philosophy and Culture. Sonu Shamdasani and Michael Münchow, eds. New York and London: Routledge, 1994: 2-12. Introduction. Ibid.: 1. Select Bibliography. Ibid.: 2.
    • WIF: 125-36, based on the original October 1987 English-language typescript, with changes made to reflect the French translation ( FR1989B ).
  • EN1994B "Radical Imagination and the Social Instituting Imaginary." Rethinking Imagination: Culture and Creativity. Gillian Robinson and John Rundell, eds. London and New York: Routledge, 1994: 136-53.
    • CR: 319-37.
  • EN1994C "Cornelius and Cybèle Castoriadis: Writer Psychoanalyst, Paris, 1991." Fathers and Daughters: In Their Own Words. Introduction by William Styron. Photographs by Mariana Cook. San Francisco: Chronicle Books: 1994: 66-67.
  • EN1994D "World Imbalance and the Revolutionary Force of Ecology" (translation of FR1993B ). Society and Nature, 5 (January 1994): 81-90.
  • EN1994E "The Logic of Magmas and the Question of Autonomy" (translation of FR1983G ). Trans. David Ames Curtis. Philosophy and Social Criticism, 20: ? (1994): 123-54.
    • CR: 290-318.
  • EN1994F "The Discovery of the Imagination" (translation of FR1978B ). Trans. David Ames Curtis. Constellations, 1:2 (1994): 183-213.
  • EN1994G "Phusis, Autonomy, and Change" (slightly abridged translation of the original typescript, preceding final publication as FR1997A4 ). Trans. David Ames Curtis. Common Knowledge, 3:3 (Winter 1994): 91-99.
    • "Phusis and Autonomy" (complete translation of the original typescript version, preceding final publication as FR1997A4 ). WIF: 331-41.
  • EN1995A "C. L. R. James and the Fate of Marxism." C. L. R. James. His Intellectual Legacies. Selwyn R. Cudjoe and William E. Cain, eds. Amherst: University of Massachusetts Press, 1995: 277-88. See also EN1995l.
  • EN1995B "Questions and Answers". Ibid.: 288-97.
  • EN1995C "Letter, No. 3 Cornelius Castoriadis to C. L.R. James. Paris, 29th September 1957." Ibid.: 302-303. (In "Three Letters." Ibid.: 298-303.)
  • EN1995D "The Dilapidation of the West" (translation of FR1991O ). Trans. David Ames Curtis. Thesis Eleven, 41 (1995): 94-111. "Postscript" (written in English; subsequently translated by Castoriadis as 1996A2). Ibid.: 111-14.
  • EN1995E "From the Monad to Autonomy" (translation of FR1991R ). Trans. David Ames Curtis. Free Associations, 34 (1995): 125-49. David Ames Curtis and Sparta Castoriadis. Introduction. Ibid.: 123-24.
  • EN1996A "The Athenian Democracy: False and True Questions" (translation of FR1993I ). Trans. David Ames Curtis. Pierre Lévêque and Pierre Vidal-Naquet. Cleisthenes the Athenian. An Essay on the Representation of Space and of Time in Greek Political Thought from the End of the Sixth Century to the Death of Plato. Atlantic Highlands, New Jersey: Humanities Press, 1996: 119-27.
  • EN1996B "Heritage and Revolution" (based on a 1985 Hannah Arendt Symposium typescript). The Ancients and the Moderns. Ed. Reginald Lilly. Bloomington, IN: Indiana University Press, 1996): 159-69.
  • EN1996C "The Construction of the World in Psychosis" (translation of FR1993E ). Trans. David Ames Curtis. Psychoanalytic Review, 83:6 (1996): 929-44.
  • EN1996D "The Problem of Democracy Today " (translation of GR1993#). Trans. Dimitris Isigonis. Democracy and Nature (formerly Society and Nature), 8 (April 1996): 18-35.
  • EN1997A The Castoriadis Reader (=CR). Ed. David Ames Curtis. Malden, MA and Oxford, England: Basil Blackwell, 1997. David Ames Curtis. Foreword: vii-xv. With critical apparatus.
  • EN1997B World in Fragments. Writings on Politics, Society, Psychoanalysis, and the Imagination (=WIF). Ed. and trans. David Ames Curtis. Stanford, CA: Stanford University Press, 1997. Translator's Foreword: xi-xxxi. On the Translation: xxxi-xxxix. With critical apparatus.
  • EN1997C "Democracy as Procedure and Democracy as Regime" (translation of FR1996A4 ). Trans. David Ames Curtis. Constellations, 4:1 (April 1997): 1-18.
  • EN1997D "The Crisis of the Identification Process" (translation of FR1990I ). Trans. David Ames Curtis. Thesis Eleven, 49 (May 1997): 85-98.
  • EN1997E "Anthropology, Philosophy, Politics" (translation of FR1990D ). Trans. David Ames Curtis. Thesis Eleven, 49 (May 1997): 99-116.
  • EN1998A Elie Wiesel, Fritjof Capra, Vaclav Havel, Bronislaw Geremek, Seizaburo Sato, René-Samuel Sirat, Cornelius Castoriadis. "Man's Freedom, God's Will. " Civilization. The Magazine of the Library of Congress, 5:2 (April-May 1998): 54-57; see: 57 (see also quotation on: 67).
  • EN1998B Immanuel Wallerstein, Michael Novak, Timothy Garton Ash, Cornelius Castoriadis, Michael Mann, Richard von Weizsäcker. "The Prospect of Politics." Civilization. The Magazine of the Library of Congress, 5:2 (April-May 1998): 70-77; see: 74.
  • EN1998C "A Conversation Between Sergio Benvenuto and Cornelius Castoriadis" (7 May 1994). Trans. Joan Tambureno. Journal of European Psychoanalysis, 6 (Winter 1998): 93-107.
    • "Of Autonomy, Individualism and Psychoanalysis." In Freud’s Tracks: Conversations from the Journal of European Psychoanalysis. Ed. Sergio Benvenuto and Anthony Molino. New York, Toronto, and Plymouth, UK: Jason Aronson, 2009: 169-81.
  • EN1999A "The Psychical and Social Roots of Hate." Free Associations, 7:3 (1999): 402-15.
  • EN2001A "Aeschylean Anthropogony and Sophoclean Self-Creation of Anthropos." Trans. from the Greek by Stathis Gourgouris. Johann P. Arnason and Peter Murphy, eds. Agon, Logos, Polis: The Greek Achievement and its Aftermath. Stuttgart: Franz Steiner Verlag, 2001: 138-54.
  • EN2002A On Plato's Statesman (translation of ( FR1999B ). Trans. David Ames Curtis. Stanford, CA: Stanford University Press, 2002. 227pp. Pierre Vidal-Naquet. Foreword: Castoriadis and the Statesman: xiii-xviii. Pascal Vernay. Introduction: "Living Thought at Work": xix-xxiii. David Ames Curtis. Translator's Afterword: 173-84. With critical apparatus.

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