Ruth Jackson, “Photography, Finitude, and the Human Self through Time,” Telos 179 (Summer 2017).

Stéphane Symons, “‘The creature that can still survive’: Walter Benjamin on Mickey Mouse and Rhythmic Movement,”Telos 176 (Fall 2016).

Jens-Martin Eriksen, “Culturalism: When the Culture becomes Political Ideology” Telos 163 (Summer 2013).

Danilo Breschi, “From Politics to Lifestyle and/or Anti-Politics: Political Culture and the Sense for the State in Post-Communist Italy” Telos 163 (Summer 2013).

Luciano Pellicani, “The Cultural War between Athens and Jerusalem: The American Case” Telos 162 (Spring 2013).

Adrian Pabst, “Athens, Jerusalem, and Rome: A Reply to Luciano Pellicani” Telos 162 (Spring 2013).

Penelope Deutscher, “Sacred Fecundity: Agamben, Sexual Difference, and Reproductive Life” Telos 161 (Winter 2012).

Russell A. Berman, “Humanities and the Public Sphere: Scholarship, Language, Technology” Telos 159 (Summer 2012).

Daniel Purdy, “Media and Architecture at the Birth of the Public Sphere” Telos 159 (Summer 2012).

Pekka Sulkunen, “Autonomy against Intimacy: On the Problem of Governing Lifestyle-Related Risks” Telos 156 (Fall 2011).

David Gross, “A New Direction? The Religious Critique of Modern Culture” Telos 152 (Fall 2010).

Jeffrey Folks, “The Final Rose” Telos 150 (Spring 2010).

David Kishik, “Life and Violence” Telos 150 (Spring 2010).

Ejvind Hansen, “Kantian Antinomies in Digital Communications Media” Telos 150 (Spring 2010).

Mark W. Rectanus, “Performing Knowledge: Cultural Discourses, Knowledge Communities, and Youth Culture” Telos 150 (Spring 2010).

Keith Gandal, “Why the Vietnam Antiwar Uprising? The Confluence of Scholastic Meritocracy and Cold War Mobilization in a New Student Class” Telos 150 (Spring 2010).

Matthew Rampley, “Art as a Social System: The Sociological Aesthetics of Niklas Luhmann,” Telos 148 (Fall 2009).

Kasper Støvring, “The Turn from Cultural Radicalism to National Conservatism: Cultural Policy in Denmark,” Telos 148 (Fall 2009).

Michèle C. Cone, “Overcoming a Tainted Past,” Telos 146 (Spring 2009).

Kenneth H. Marcus, “Baseball Stadiums and American Audiences,” Telos 143 (Summer 2008).

Michael Marder, “Carl Schmitt’s ‘Cosmopolitan Restaurant’: Culture, Multiculturalism and Complexio Oppositorum,” Telos 142 (Spring 2008).

Johannes Türk, “The Intrusion: Carl Schmitt’s Non-Mimetic Logic of Art,” Telos 142 (Spring 2008).

John Zerzan, “Second-Best Life: Real Virtuality,” Telos 141 (Winter 2007).

Julia Rothenberg, “Form, Utopia and Feminist Performance Art: Toward a Rehabilitation of Adorno’s Aesthetic Theory,” Telos 137 (Winter 2006).

Karl Heinz Bohrer, “The Lost Paradigm: Frederick II, Prussia, and July 20th,” Telos 135 (Summer 2006).

Ying Ma, “The Hate That Won’t Go Away: Anti-Americanism in China,” Telos 135 (Summer 2006).

Tim Luke, “From Pedagogy to Performativity: The Crises of Research Universities, Intellectuals, and Scholarly Communication,” Telos 131 (Summer 2005).

Detlev Claussen, “TWA: The Friend from America,” Telos 130 (Spring 2005).

Roger Deacon, “Moral Orthopedics: A Foucauldian Account of Schooling as Discipline,” Telos 130 (Spring 2005).

Howard Eiland, “Notes on Film,” Telos 130 (Spring 2005).

Ralph Shain, “High/Low and the Discourse of ‘Anti’?” Telos 130 (Spring 2005).

James Burgey, “Georg Simmel’s Metropolis: Anticipating the Postmodern,” Telos 129 (Fall-Winter 2004).

Russell Jacoby, “On Anti-Utopianism, More or Less,” Telos 129 (Fall-Winter 2004).

Alain de Benoist, “On Identity,” Telos 128 (Summer 2004).

James Gilbert-Walsh, “Heidegger’s Communal Self-Assertion,” Telos 126 (Winter 2003).

Hans Magnus Enzensberger, “Blind Peace: A Postscript to the Iraq War,” Telos 125 (Fall 2002).

Claude Karnoouh, “Technology and Destiny,” Telos 124 (Summer 2002).

John Zerzan, “Why Primitivism?” Telos 124 (Summer 2002).

Jean-Marie Brohm and Marc Perelman, “Soccer: From Ecstasy To Nightmare,” Telos 123 (Spring 2002).

John Hughes and Matthew Bullimore, “What is Radical Orthodoxy?” Telos 123 (Spring 2002).

Michael Mack, “Richard Wagner and the Trajectory of German Philosophy,” Telos 123 (Spring 2002).

Arran Gare, “Narratives and Culture: The Role of Stories in Self-Creation,” Telos 122 (Winter 2002).

Fabio Vander, “Ernst Bloch and Joachim of Fiore,” Telos 122 (Winter 2002).

Heribert Adam, “Divided Memories: Confronting the Crimes of Previous Regimes,” Telos 118 (Winter 2000).

Tim Luke, “Dealing with the Digital Divide: The Rough Realities of Cyberspace,” Telos 118 (Winter 2000).

Gábor T. Rittersporn, “Skeptical Remarks on ‘Divided Memories’,” Telos 118 (Winter 2000).

Nick Nesbitt, “Sounding Autonomy: Adorno, Coltrane and Jazz,” Telos 116 (Summer 1999).

Kaveh L. Afrasiabi, “From ‘The Clash of Civilizations’ to ‘Civilizational Parallelism’,” Telos 115 (Spring 1999).

Rick Johnstone, “Ethnic Purges and Neighborly Pacts: Reflections on a Swiss Statue,” Telos 115 (Spring 1999).

Simon Oliver, “Theology as a Pseudo-Ecology? Reply to Manussos Marangudakis,” Telos 115 (Spring 1999).

Alain de Benoist, “What is Racism?” Telos 114 (Winter 1999).

Paul Gottfried, “Liturgy and Postmodernism,” Telos 113 (Fall 1999).

Russell A. Berman, “Goldhagen’s Germany,” Telos 109 (Fall 1996).

Claude Karnoouh, “Is the Problem Drug Addiction or Society? Amoral Reflections on the Postmodern,” Telos 108 (Summer 1996).

Evelyn Wilcock, “Adorno, Jazz and Racism: ‘†ber Jazz’ and the 1934-7 British Jazz Debate,” Telos 107 (Spring 1996).

Babette E. Babich, “Physics vs. Social Text: Anatomy of a Hoax,” Telos 107 (Spring 1996).

David Pan, “Botho Strau§: Myth, Community and Nationalism in Germany,” Telos 105 (Fall 1995).

Roger Bartra, “South of the Border: Mexican Reflections on Distorted Images,” Telos 103 (Spring 1995).

Sergio Benvenuto, “On Italy,” Telos 98-99 (Winter 1993-Spring 1994).

Robert D’Amico, “Cold Fusion,” Telos 97 (Fall 1993).

John A. DeBrizzi, “Questionable Wisdom,” Telos 97 (Fall 1993).

Paul Gottfried, “Up from McCarthyism?,” Telos 97 (Fall 1993).

David Gross, “Taking Potshots,” Telos 97 (Fall 1993).

Russell Jacoby, “Christopher Lasch (1932-1994),” Telos 97 (Fall 1993).

Russell Jacoby, “Journalists, Cynics and Cheerleaders,” Telos 97 (Fall 1993).

Tim Luke, “The Leisure of the Theory Class: Political Correctness or Professional Correctness?,” Telos 97 (Fall 1993).

Kevin Mattson, “Maybe it is that Bad,” Telos 97 (Fall 1993).

Eva Geulen, “The End of Art – Again: Afterthoughts on the German Literaturstreit,” Telos 95 (Spring 1993).

Donald I. Warren, “The Politics of the Displaced Majority,” Telos 95 (Spring 1993).

Willi Goetschel, “The Differential Character of Traditions,” Telos 95 (Spring 1993).

Theodor W. Adorno, “Theory of Pseudo-Culture,” Telos 95 (Spring 1993).

Jack Zipes, “The Utopian Function of Tradition,” Telos 94 (Winter 1992-93).

Sang-ki Kim, “Confucian Capitalism: Recycling Traditions,” Telos 94 (Winter 1992-93).

Tim Luke, “Neo-Populism: Fabricating the Future by Rehabbing the Past?,” Telos 94 (Winter 1992-93).

Abraham N. Tennenbaum, “The Crisis in Criminology,” Telos 92 (Summer 1992).

Peter Ferentzy, “Addiction, Culture and Community,” Telos 91 (Spring 1992).

Graeme Gilloch, “The Heroic Pedestrian or the Pedestrian Hero? Walter Benjamin and the Flaneur,” Telos 91 (Spring 1992).

Edmund Mokrzycki, “Eastern Europe After Communism,” Telos 90 (Winter 1991-92).

Claude Karnoouh, “The End of National Culture in Eastern Europe,” Telos 89 (Fall 1991).

Kevin Mattson, “Populism and the NEA,” Telos 89 (Fall 1991).

Elzbiet Tarkowska, “Social Disintegration in Poland: Civil Society or Amoral Familism?,” Telos 89 (Fall 1991).

Jacek Tarkowski, “Social Disintegration in Poland: Civil Society or Amoral Familism?,” Telos 89 (Fall 1991).

Mira Marody, “On Polish Political Attitudes,” Telos 89 (Fall 1991).

Willi Goetschel, “Switzerland for Example: 700 Years Old and Still Going Strong,” Telos 88 (Summer 1991).

Christopher Lasch, “Liberalism and Civic Virtue,” Telos 88 (Summer 1991).

Russell A. Berman, “Intellectuals and the Gulf War in Germany and the United States,” Telos 88 (Summer 1991).

Russell A. Berman, “Popular Culture and Populist Culture,” Telos 87 (Spring 1991).

Theodor W. Adorno, “Marginalia to Mahler,” Telos 87 (Spring 1991).

Florindo Volpacchio, “The Mother of All Interviews: Zappa on Music and Society,” Telos 87 (Spring 1991).

Robert Hullot-Kentor, “The Impossibility of Music: Adorno, Popular and Other Music,” Telos 87 (Spring 1991).

Ulrich Schšnherr, “Adorno and Jazz: Reflections on a Failed Encounter,” Telos 87 (Spring 1991).

Florindo Volpacchio, “The Unhappy Marriage of Music and Emancipation,” Telos 87 (Spring 1991).

David Pan, “Ivory Tower and Red Tape: Reply to Adler,” Telos 86 (Winter 1990-91).

Peter Bürger, “Adorno’s Anti-Avant-Gardism,” Telos 86 (Winter 1990-91).

Andrew Fraser, “Slaying the Republican Dragon: Reply to David Fraser,” Telos 85 (Fall 1990).

Michel Maffesoli, “Post-Modern Sociality,” Telos 85 (Fall 1990).

Russell A. Berman, “Troping to Pretoria: The Rise and Fall of Deconstruction,” Telos 85 (Fall 1990).

Kevin Mattson, “The Dialectic of Powerlessness: Black Identity Culture and Affirmative Action,” Telos 84 (Summer 1990).

Robert D’Amico, “Intellectual Eclipse,” Telos 83 (Spring 1990).

Daniel Barbiero, “After the Aging of the New Music,” Telos 82 (Winter 1989-90).

Robert Hullot-Kentor, “From Uplift to Gadgetry: Barbiero, Eno and New Age Music,” Telos 82 (Winter 1989-90).

Tim Luke, “Xmas Ideology: Unwrapping the New Deal and the Cold War Under the Christmas Tree,” Telos 82 (Winter 1989-90).

Paul Piccone, “Sometimes a Cigar is Just a Good Smoke: Xmas Ideology or Reaganism?,” Telos 82 (Winter 1989-90).

Russell A. Berman, “Perestroika for the University!,” Telos 81 (Fall 1989).

Pierre Bourdieu, “The Corporatism of the Universal: The Role of Intellectuals in the Modern World,” Telos 81 (Fall 1989).

Klaus Heinrich, “The Spiritual Impoverishment of the German University,” Telos 81 (Fall 1989).

Claude Karnoouh, “Notes on the Crisis of the University,” Telos 81 (Fall 1989).

Zygmunt Bauman, “Exit Visas and Entry Tickets: Paradoxes of Jewish Assimilation,” Telos 77 (Fall 1988).

Tim Luke, “The Political Economy of Colorization: Reel Rehab?,” Telos 77 (Fall 1988).

A. Joseph Layon, “AIDS and the Politics of Morbidity,” Telos 76 (Summer 1988).

Emery M. Roe, “Management Crisis in the New Class,” Telos 76 (Summer 1988).

Various, “Roundtable on Communitarianism,” Telos 76 (Summer 1988).

Wolfgang Fach, “Strong Liberalism,” Telos 76 (Summer 1988).

Tim Knapp, “Democracy and Abundance: The Declining Middle and Postliberal Politics,” Telos 76 (Summer 1988).

Paul Gottfried, “Selectively Remembering the 1960s,” Telos 76 (Summer 1988).

Jeanne Schuler, “Baby M and the Politics of Gender,” Telos 74 (Winter 1987-88).

Murray Bookchin, “On The Last Intellectuals,” Telos 73 (Fall 1987).

Marc Wortman, “Charles Newman, ‘The Post-Modern Aura: The Act of Fiction in an Age of Inflation’,” Telos 71 (Spring 1987).

Nigel Rapport, “Julie Burchill, ‘Damaged Gods: Cults and Heroes Reappraised’,” Telos 71 (Spring 1987).

Jerry Zaslove, “In Search of Columbo,” Telos 70 (Winter 1986-1987).

Jonathan Stevens, “Jacques Attali, ‘Noise: The Political Economy of Music’,” Telos 70 (Winter 1986Ð1987).

Leslie A. Adelson, “Russell A. Berman, ‘The Rise of the Modern German Novel: Crisis and Charisma’,” Telos 69 (Fall 1986).

Moishe Gonzales, “Commentary on Tikkun,” Telos 69 (Fall 1986).

Russell A. Berman, “The Vienna Fascination,” Telos 68 (Summer 1986).

Christa Bürger, “The Disappearance of Art: The Postmodernism Debate in the U.S.,” Telos 68 (Summer 1986).

Marc Wortman, “Douglas Kahn and Diane Neumaier, ‘Cultures in Contention’,” Telos 68 (Summer 1986).

Claude Karnoouh, “The Lost Paradise of Regionalism: The Crisis of Post- Modernity in France,” Telos 67 (Spring 1986).

Maurice Smith, “La Nouvelle Cage aux Folles,” Telos 67 (Spring 1986).

Moishe Gonzales, “The Secrets of Heller,” Telos 66 (Winter 1985-86).

Agnes Heller, “The Secrets of Columbo,” Telos 66 (Winter 1985-86).

Dick Howard, “East European Reporter,” Telos 66 (Winter 1985-86).

David Buxton, “Reply to Scudder,” Telos 65 (Fall 1985).

Mas’ud Zavarzadeh, “A Strategy of Containment: Center and Margin in Desperately Seeking Susan,” Telos 65 (Fall 1985).

Russell A. Berman, “Rambo: From Counter-Culture to Contra,” Telos 64 (Summer 1985).

Tetsuo Kogawa, “New Trends in Japanese Popular Culture,” Telos 64 (Summer 1985).

Richard Wolin, “The Bankruptcy of Left-Wing Kulturkritik: The ‘After the Avant-Garde’ Conference,” Telos 63 (Spring 1985).

Russell A. Berman, “Modern Art and Desublimation,” Telos 62 (Winter 1984-85).

Peter Bürger, “The Decline of the Modern Age,” Telos 62 (Winter 1984-85).

Diane Ghirardo, “Past or Post Modern in Architectural Fashion,” Telos 62 (Winter 1984-85).

Moishe Gonzales, “Kellner’s Critical Theory: A Reassessment,” Telos 62 (Winter 1984-85).

Agnes Heller, “Luk‡cs and the Holy Family,” Telos 62 (Winter 1984-85).

James D. Herbert, “The Political Origins of Abstract Expressionist Art Criticism,” Telos 62 (Winter 1984-85).

Martin Jay, “Hierarchy and the Humanities: The Radical Implications of a Conservative Idea,” Telos 62 (Winter 1984-85).

Douglas Kellner, “Critical Theory and the Culture Industries: A Reassessment,” Telos 62 (Winter 1984-85).

Casey Blake, “James Sloan Allen, ‘The Romance of Commerce and Culture: Capitalism, Modernism and the Chicago-Aspen Crusade for Cultural Reform’; Serge Guilbaut, ‘How New York Stole the Idea of Modern Art: Abstract Expressionism, Freedom and the Cold War’,” Telos 62 (Winter 1984Ð85).

Albrecht Wellmer, “Truth, Semblance and Reconciliation: Adorno’s Aesthetic Redemption of Modernity,” Telos 62 (Winter 1984-85).

Claude Karnoouh, “Culture and Development,” Telos 61 (Fall 1984).

Daglind Sonolet, “Peter Burger, ‘Theory of the Avant-Garde’,” Telos 61 (Fall 1984).

Lorraine Mortnier, “Yvette Biro, ‘Profane Mythology: The Savage Mind of the Cinema’,” Telos 61 (Fall 1984).

David F. Scudder, “On Buxton: Structuralist Logic and the Conspiracy of Latent Functions,” Telos 59 (Spring 1984).

David Gross, “Eugene Lunn, ‘Marxism and Modernism: An Historical Study of Lukacs, Brecht, Benjamin, and Adorno’; Richard Wolin, ‘Walter Benjamin: An Aesthetic of Redmption’; Stephen E. Bronner and Douglas Kellner, eds., ‘Passion and Rebellion: the Expressionist Heritage’,” Telos 59 (Spring 1984).

Mikhail Osipovich Gershenzon, “The Destinies of the Jewish People,” Telos 58 (Winter 1983-84).

David Buxton, “Rock Music, the Star System and the Rise of Consumerism,” Telos 57 (Fall 1983).

Michael McKeon, “The Origins of Aesthetic Value,” Telos 57 (Fall 1983).

Albrecht Wellmer, “Art and Industrial Production,” Telos 57 (Fall 1983).

Nicolae Tertulian, “Lukacs’ Aesthetics and its Critics,” Telos 52 (Summer 1982).

Robert Ehrlich, “T.J. Jackson Lears, ‘No Place of Grace: Anti-Modernism and the Transformation of American Culture 1880-1920’,” Telos 51 (Spring 1982).

Sandor Radnoti, “The Effective Power of Art: On Benjamin’s Aesthetics,” Telos 49 (Fall 1981).

Sandor Radnoti, “Mass Culture,” Telos 48 (Summer 1981).

Barton Byg, “The Commodification of Viet Nam?,” Telos 47 (Spring 1981).

Eleni Mahaira-Odoni, “Youssef Ishaghpour, ‘Paul Nizan: Une Figure Mythique et son Temps’,” Telos 47 (Spring 1981).

Flo Liebowitz, “Recycling American Ideology: The Second Coming of Michael Vronsky,” Telos 47 (Spring 1981).

David Craven, “John Berger, ‘About Looking’,” Telos 46 (Winter 1980-81).

Theodor W. Adorno, “Music and the New Music,” Telos 43 (Spring 1980).

Patricia Tummons, “David Halberstam, ‘The Powers that Be’,” Telos 43 (Spring 1980).

Nancy Wood, “The Ohio Conference on Political Cinema,” Telos 42 (Winter 1979-80).

Christian Zimmer, “Our Hitler,” Telos 42 (Winter 1979-80).

Richard Norton, “Dmitri Shostakovich, ‘Testimony: The Memoirs of Dmitri Shostakovitch’,” Telos 42 (Winter 1979-80).

Richard Wolin, “The De-Aestheticization of Art: On Adorno’s Aesthetische Theorie,” Telos 41 (Fall 1979).

Laura Boella, “Eastern European Societies,” Telos 41 (Fall 1979).

Nicolae Tertulian, “On the Later Lukacs,” Telos 40 (Summer 1979).

Yvette Biro, “The Intellectual Film: Eisenstein’s Plan to Film Capital,” Telos 39 (Spring 1979).

Russell A. Berman, “Beauty in the Age of Pollution: Art and Nature at the Biennale 1978,” Telos 37 (Fall 1978).

Theodor W. Adorno, “Culture and Administration,” Telos 37 (Fall 1978).

Evelyne Tschirhart, “On Chinese Asexuality,” Telos 37 (Fall 1978).

Elizabeth Ewen, “Americanization and Consumption,” Telos 37 (Fall 1978).

Stuart Ewen, “Americanization and Consumption,” Telos 37 (Fall 1978).

Sohnya Sayres, “Morris Dickstein, ‘Gates of Eden: American Culture in the Sixties’,” Telos 36 (Summer 1978).

Theodor W. Adorno, “On the Social Situation of Music,” Telos 35 (Spring 1978).

Russell A. Berman, “Adorno, Marxism and Art,” Telos 34 (Winter 1977-78).

Russell A. Berman, “From Street Theatre to Meditation: International Theatre Workshop In Bergamo,” Telos 33 (Fall 1977).

Ruth George, “Philip Slater, ‘Foothold, Earthwalk’,” Telos 33 (Fall 1977).

Wes Blomster, “Electronic Music,” Telos 32 (Summer 1977).

Antonio Gramsci, “Notes on Journalism,” Telos 32 (Summer 1977).

Lynne Layton, “Latin American Films,” Telos 32 (Summer 1977).

George Lipsitz, “Herbert Biberman and the Art of Subjectivity,” Telos 32 (Summer 1977).

Gyorgy Markus, “The Soul and Life: The Young Luk‡cs and the Problem of Culture,” Telos 32 (Summer 1977).

Jack Zipes, “Bruno Bettelheim, ‘The Uses of Enchantment: The Meaning and Importance of Fairy Tales’,” Telos 32 (Summer 1977).

Theodor W. Adorno, “Music and Technique,” Telos 32 (Summer 1977).

Rainer Friedrich, “On Brecht and Eisenstein,” Telos 31 (Spring 1977).

Jose E. Rodriguez-Ibanez, “The Cultural Thaw in Spain,” Telos 30 (Winter 1976-77).

William Leiss , “Stuart Ewen, ‘Captains of Consciousness’; Tibor Scitovsky, ‘The Joyless Economy’,” Telos 29 (Fall 1976).

Moishe Postone, “Helmut Reinicke, ‘Revolt im burgerliche Erbe’,” Telos 29 (Fall 1976).

John Alt, “Beyond Class: The Decline of Industrial Labor and Leisure,” Telos 28 (Summer 1976).

W.V. Blomster, “Sociology of Music: Adorno and Beyond,” Telos 28 (Summer 1976).

Jacques D. Rupnik, “The Politics of Culture in Czechoslovakia,” Telos 28 (Summer 1976).

John Bokina, “Janos Marothy, ‘Music and the Bourgeois; Music and the Proletarian’,” Telos 28 (Summer 1976).

Richard Norton, “Janos Marothy, ‘Music and the Bourgeois; Music and the Proletarian’,” Telos 28 (Summer 1976).

Theodor W. Adorno, “Alienated Masterpiece: The Missa Solemnis (1959),” Telos 28 (Summer 1976).

Tom Morris, “Maynard Solomon, ed., ‘Marxism and Art’,” Telos 27 (Spring 1976).

Antonin J. Liehm, “Franz Kafka in Eastern Europe,” Telos 23 (Spring 1975).

Antonin J. Liehm, “The Intellectuals on the New Social Contract,” Telos 23 (Spring 1975).

John Fekete, “The New Criticism: Ideological Evolution of the Right Opposition,” Telos 20 (Summer 1974).

George Ross, “Jean Daubier, ‘A History of the Chinese Cultural Revolution’; Jean Esmein, ‘The Chinese Cultural Revolution’; Adrian Hsia, ‘The Chinese Cultural Revolution’; K.S. Karol, ‘La deuxieme revolution chinoise’; Stuart Schram, ed., ‘Authority, Participation, and Change in China’,” Telos 20 (Summer 1974).

Bart Grahl, “Adolfo Sanchez-Vasquez, ‘Art and Society: Essays in Marxist Aesthetics’,” Telos 20 (Summer 1974).

Antonin J. Liehm, “Jan Kott: Between Shakespeare and Euripides,” Telos 19 (Spring 1974).

Maynard Solomon, “Beethoven and the Enlightenment,” Telos 19 (Spring 1974).

Robert C. Solomon, “Beethoven and the Sonata Form,” Telos 19 (Spring 1974).

Lucien Goldmann, “Introduction to the Problems of a Sociology of the Novel,” Telos 18 (Winter 1973-74).

Scott Sanders, “Scott: Towards a Social Theory of Literature,” Telos 18 (Winter 1973-74).

Bart Grahl, “Lee Baxandall, ed., ‘Radical Perspectives in the Arts’,” Telos 18 (Winter 1973-74).

David Gross, “On Writing Cultural Criticism,” Telos 16 (Summer 1973).

Andrew Feenberg, “Aesthetics as Social Theory: Introduction to Fehér’s ‘Is the Novel Problematic?’,” Telos 15 (Spring 1973).

John Fekete, “McLuhanacy: Counterrevolution in Cultural Theory,” Telos 15 (Spring 1973).

Thomas Ferguson, “The Political Economy of Knowledge and the Changing Politics of the Philosophy of Science,” Telos 15 (Spring 1973).

Ferenc Fehér, “Is the Novel Problematic? A Contribution to the Theory of the Novel,” Telos 15 (Spring 1973).

Karel Kovanda, “Antonin J. Liehm, ‘The Politics of Culture’; Pavel Kohout, ‘From the Diary of a Counterrevolutionary’,” Telos 14 (Winter 1972).

Maxy Beml, “William Burroughs and the Invisible Generation,” Telos 13 (Fall 1972).

George Moberg, “Christopher Caudwell, ‘Studies in a Dying Culture and Further Studies in a Dying Culture’; Christopher Caudwell, ‘Romance and Realism’,” Telos 12 (Summer 1972).

Silvia Federici, “Notes on Lukács’ Aesthetics,” Telos 11 (Spring 1972).

David Kettler, “Culture and Revolution: Lukács in the Hungarian Revolution of 1918,” Telos 10 (Winter 1971).

Georg Lukács, “The Old Culture and the New Culture,” Telos 5 (Spring 1970).