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Alliez, Eric and Bonne, Jean-Claude (2019) Unframing painting, 'pushing back the walls'. Journal of Contemporary Painting, 5(1), pp. 117-134. ISSN (print) 2052-6695

Alliez, Éric and Lazzarato, Maurizio (2019) Subjectivation and war : Marx and Foucault. In: Osborne, Peter , Alliez, Éric and Russell, Eric-John, (eds.) Capitalism : concept, idea, image - aspects of Marx's 'Capital' today. Kingston, U.K. : CRMEP Books. pp. 184-200. (CRMEP Books) ISBN 9781999333706

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Balibar, Étienne (2019) Towards a new critique of political economy : from generalized surplus value to total subsumption. In: Osborne, Peter , Alliez, Éric and Russell, Eric-John, (eds.) Capitalism : concept, idea, image - aspects of Marx's 'Capital' today. Kingston, U.K. : CRMEP Books. pp. 36-57. (CRMEP Books) ISBN 9781999333706

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Nemenyi, Daniel (2019) What is an internet? Norbert Wiener and the society of control. (PhD thesis), Kingston University, .

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Osborne, Peter (2019) Capitalism : concept, idea, image. In: Osborne, Peter , Alliez, Éric and Russell, Eric-John, (eds.) Capitalism : concept, idea, image - aspects of Marx's 'Capital' today. Kingston, U.K. : CRMEP Books. pp. 3-18. (CRMEP Books) ISBN 9781999333706

Osborne, Peter , Alliez, Eric and Russell, Eric-John, eds. (2019) Capitalism : concept, idea, image : aspects of Marx's 'Capital' today. Kingston, U.K. : CRMEP Books. 250p. (CRMEP Books) ISBN 9781999333706

Osborne, Peter (2019) Working the contemporary : history as a project of crisis, today. In: de Assis, Paulo and Schwab, Michael, (eds.) Futures of the contemporary : contemporaneity, untimeliness and artistic research. Leuven, Belgium : Leuven University Press. pp. 135-146. (Orpheus Institute Series) ISBN 9789462701830

Osborne, Peter (2019) The exhibition-form and the space-time of the artwork: a retroactive ontology. A conversation with Peter Osborne. In: Garcia, Tristan and Normand, Vincent, (eds.) Theater, garden, bestiary: a materialist history of exhibitions. Berlin, Germany : Sternberg Press and ECAL/University of Art and Design Lausanne. pp. 269-277. ISBN 9783956794551 (In Press)

Osborne, Peter (2019) The image is the subject: once more on the temporalities of image and act. In: Goerling, Reinhold , Gronau, Barbara and Schwarte, Ludger, (eds.) Aesthetics of standstill. Berlin, Germany : Sternberg. pp. 124-137. ISBN 9783956794674

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Russell, Eric-John (2019) From the commodity to the spectacle : Debord's Marx. In: Osborne, Peter , Alliez, Éric and Russell, Eric-John, (eds.) Capitalism : concept, idea, image - aspects of Marx's 'Capital' today. Kingston, U.K. : CRMEP Books. pp. 58-87. (CRMEP Books) ISBN 9781999333706

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Sandford, Stella (2019) From Aristotle to contemporary biological classification : what kind of category is "Sex"? Redescriptions, 22(1), pp. 4-17. ISSN (online) 2308-0914

Sandford, Stella (2019) A thousand tiny 'sexes' or none? Sluice Magazine,

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Thomson, Terrence (2019) The understanding in 'Transition' : fascicles X, XI and VII of 'Opus postumum'. Con-textos Kantianos : International journal of philosophy, 9, pp. 23-48. ISSN (online) 2386-7655

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Webb, Christine E., Woodford, Peter and Huchard, Elise (2019) Animal ethics and behavioral science : an overdue discussion? BioScience, 69(10), pp. 778-788. ISSN (print) 0006-3568

Woodford, Peter (2019) Evaluating inclusive fitness. Royal Society Open Science, 6(6), p. 190644. ISSN (online) 2054-5703

Woodford, Peter (2019) Response to Shawn Thompson on 'Supporting ape rights : finding the right fit between science and the law'. ASEBL Journal, 14(1), pp. 38-41. ISSN (online) 1944-401X

Woodford, Peter and Carter, Alecia (2019) Science, social critique, and the need for ethics. Animal Sentience, 4(25), p. 34. ISSN (online) 2377-7478

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