philosophies of opposition

NOTBadiouIn this section we review the main theories having somehow developed (or at least embodied) the concept of opposition. This concerns in primis philosophy, but not only: also the humanities, mathematics and more generally any thinking field. This is a work in progress. Please scroll down and see: there are already 137 entries (from Pythagoras to da Costa). Suggestions welcome

  • Actual (33)

    • Nash (1928/2015)
    • da Costa (1929/)
    • Severino (1929/)
    • Bourdieu (1930/2002)
    • Derrida (1930/2004)
    • Héritier (1933/)
    • Sylvan (1935/1996)
    • Angelelli (?/)
    • Lawvere (1937/)
    • Laruelle (1937/)
    • Badiou A. (1937/)
    • Zilberberg (1938/)
    • Kripke (1940/)
    • Lewis (1941/2001)
    • Gauthier (1941/)
    • Petitot (1944/)
    • Pizzi (1944/)
    • Marion (1946/)
    • Nef (1947/)
    • Guitart (1947/)
    • Priest (1948/)
    • Descola (1949/)
    • Gärdenfors (1949/)
    • Carnielli (1952/)
    • Smith (1952/)
    • Butler (1956/)
    • Zalamea (?/)
    • Lordon (1962/)
    • Béziau (1965/)
    • Smessaert (1965/)
    • Barot (?/)
    • Moretti (1972/)
    • Berto (1973/)
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