Publications

2017
Katrina Forrester et al. 4/29/2017. “'A Modern May Day Manifesto: How to Make the World a Better Place'.” The Guardian. Publisher's Version
Katrina Forrester. 2/2017. “‘Libidinal Politics’.” Harper’s . Publisher's Version
2016
Katrina Forrester. 10/26/2016. “Review, Guy Standing, ‘The Corruption of Capitalism: Why Rentiers Thrive and Work Does Not Pay’.” The Guardian . Publisher's Version
Katrina Forrester. 9/26/2016. “'Lights, Camera, Action: Making Sense of Modern Pornography’.” The New Yorker. Publisher's Version
Katrina Forrester. 6/24/2016. “What Now? After Brexit.” n+1.
Katrina Forrester. 5/12/2016. “‘The Anthropocene Truism’.” The Nation. Publisher's Version
2015
Katrina Forrester. 10/22/2015. “‘Don’t Join a Union, Pop a Pill’.” London Review of Books 37 (20). Publisher's Version
2014
Katrina Forrester. 12/22/2014. “‘Liberalism Doesn’t Start with Liberty’.” The Nation . Publisher's Version
Katrina Forrester. 7/3/2014. “‘Blame it on the Management’.” London Review of Books 36 (13). Publisher's Version
Katrina Forrester. 2014. “‘Citizenship, War and the Origins of International Ethics in American Political Philosophy 1960-1975’.” Historical Journal , 57, 3, Pp. 773-801. Publisher's Version
2013
Katrina Forrester. 11/7/2013. “Shag another.” London Review of Books 35 (21), Pp. 8-10. Publisher's Version
Katrina Forrester. 11/2013. “Review: Rahul Sagar, ‘Secrets and Leaks: The Dilemmas of State Secrecy’.” The New Statesman . Publisher's Version
Katrina Forrester. 7/2013. “Review: Alan Ryan, ‘The Making of Modern Liberalism’ .” Political Quarterly, 84, 2, Pp. 303-5. Publisher's Version
Katrina Forrester. 1/3/2013. “‘I Want You to Know I Know Who You Are’.” London Review of Books 35 (1), Pp. 23-5. Publisher's Version
Katrina Forrester. 2013. “‘Gloves Off in British Energy Battles’.” Dissent. Publisher's Version
2012
Katrina Forrester. 4/26/2012. “‘Tocqueville Anticipated Me’.” London Review of Books . Publisher's Version
Katrina Forrester. 2012. “‘Judith Shklar, Bernard Williams and Political Realism’.” European Journal of Political Theory, 11, 3, Pp. 247-72. Publisher's Version
2011
Katrina Forrester. 2011. “Hope and Memory in the Thought of Judith Shklar’.” Modern Intellectual History, 8, 3, Pp. 591-620. Publisher's Version
Katrina Forrester. 2011. “Review: Stanley Cavell, ‘Little Did I Know: Excerpts from Memory’, Vol. 1, No. 5 (Summer 2011): 169-81.” Cambridge Literary Review 1 (5), Pp. 169-81. Publisher's VersionAbstract

Few philosophers write autobiographies. Even fewer write them more than once. Little Did I Know: Excerpts from Memory is Stanley Cavell’s second attempt at autobiographical exploration. And that’s only if we’re being strict with numbers. In many ways, Cavell’s entire approach to philosophy has been autobiographical—or at the very least, unusually personal. His work is deeply engaged with the question of what it might mean to live a philosophical life, with “why philosophy, of a certain ambition, tends perpetually to intersect the autobiographi- cal”.

Forrester, Cavell, Little Did I Knowpdf

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