Recent Publications

[all writings are available for download under “research & publications”]

Recent Media Contributions

„Kartelle, Konkurrenz, Planung. Über einige Grundwidersprüche im gegenwärtigen Wirtschaftssystem,“ Neues Deutschland, July 29, 2017, 10.

„Ein Tag wird kommen. Sozialutopie und Sprache bei Ingeborg Bachmann,” Neues DeutschlandMarch 4, 2017, 23.

„Nah an der Monarchie. Die Trump-Regierung ist ein Symptom für die Krise der demokratischen Institutionen“, AK – Analyse und Kritik. Zeitung für linke Debatte und Praxis, 624/February, 2017.

„Informationskrieg und Expertokratie. Die herrschende US-Politik stützt sich auf enge Verbindungen von Expertise und Reichtum“, AK – Analyse und Kritik. Zeitung für linke Debatte und Praxis, 623/January, 2017.

„Die Kosten zahlen immer die anderen. Stephan Lessenich kritisiert in seinem neuen Buch den globalen Kapitalismus − ohne dabei wirklich weh zu tun“, AK – Analyse und Kritik. Zeitung für linke Debatte und Praxis622, December 2016

“Im Himmel der Ideen. Über Axel Honneths Die Idee des Sozialismus,” AK – Analyse und Kritik. Zeitschrift für linke Debatte und Praxis, 2/2016

Recent Books

The Art of Gerhard Richter. Hermeneutics, Images, Meaning, London: Bloomsbury Press 2015 (paberback edition, 2017)

The Capitalist Schema. Time, Money, and the Culture of Abstraction, Lanham: Lexington Books 2014 (paperback edition, 2016)

Christian Lotz zu Karl Marx: das Maschinenfragment, Marxist Pocket Books 5, Hamburg: Laika Verlag 2014 [excerpts in Junge Welt, 10/8/2014]

Recent Articles & Essays

“Fiction without Fantasy. Capital Fetishism as Objective Forgetting,” Continental Thought & Theory, 2, 2017, 364-382.

“Luther’s influence on Heidegger,“ Encyclopedia of Martin Luther and the Reformation, ed. Mark A. Lamport and George Thomas Kurian, London: Rowman&Littlefield 2017, 320-323.

“Representing Capital? Mimesis, Realism, and Contemporary Photography,” The Social Ontology of Capitalism, ed. Daniel Krier and Mark P. Worrell, London: Palgrave 2017, 173-193.

“Husserl, Expressionism, and the Eidetic Impulse in Brücke’s Woodcut,” Phenomenology and the Arts, ed. Peter Costello and Licia Carlson, Lanham: Lexington Books 2016, 91-119.

“Art = Capital? Reflections on Joseph Beuys’ Das Kapital Raum 1970-1977,” Against Value in the Arts and Education, ed. Sam Ladkin, Robert McKay, and Emile Bojesen, Rowman & Littlefield 2016, 195-213.

“Left Thatcherism. Recent Critical Theory and Post-Marxism(s) in the Light of Marxian Social Ontology,” Capitalism’s Future:  Alienation, Emancipation and Critique, ed. Daniel Krier, and Mark Worrell, Leiden: Brill 2016, 93-113.

Recent Reviews

Review of „Patrick Murray: The Mismeasure of Wealth. Essays on Marx and Social Form,” Marx&Philosophy Review of BooksAug 18, 2017.

Review of “Frank Engster: Das Geld als Maß, Mittel und Methode. Das Rechnen mit der Identität der Zeit,“ Marx&Philosophy Review of Books, Feb 24, 2016.

Publications in Press

“Gegenständlichkeit. From Marx to Lukacs and Back Again,” Theory and Practice: Critical Theory and the Thought of Andrew Feenberg, ed. Darrell Arnold, London: Palgrave 2017

“Marxist Aesthetics, Realism, and Photography. On Brecht’s War Primer.” in Capital in the Mirror:  Critical Social Theory and the Aesthetic Dimension, ed. Daniel Krier and Mark P. Worrell, New York: SUNY Press

“Movement or Event? Negri vs. Badiou on Politics,” in Italian Philosophy: Engaging Contemporary European Perspectives, ed. Antonio Calcagno and Silvia Benso, New York: SUNY Press.

Review of “William Claire Roberts: Marx’s Inferno. The Political Theory of Capital,” Contemporary Political Theory

“Post-Marxism,” Handbook of Frankfurt School Critical Theory, volume III, ed. Best, Beverly; Bonefeld, Werner; O’Kane, Chris; Larsen, Neil, London: Sage

“Culture Industry,” Handbook of Frankfurt School Critical Theory, volume II, ed. Best, Beverly; Bonefeld, Werner; O’Kane, Chris; Larsen, Neil, London: Sage

“Painting and Materiality. What is wrong with Jaspers’ and Heidegger’s van Gogh interpretations?,” Van Gogh among the Philosophers: Art as World, Place, and Existence, ed. David Nichols, Lanham: Lexington Books

“Alienation, Private Property, and Democracy. Why Worrell and Krier Raise Questions in the Clouds.,” Critical Sociology