Paul Fleming, “Secret Germany / Crooked Germany: Ernst H. Kantorowicz,”Telos 176 (Fall 2016).

Ernst Osterkamp, “The Poet as Cultural Savior: Friedrich Gundolf’s Goethe,”Telos 176 (Fall 2016).

Russell A. Berman, “Edgar Salin and Social Theory in the Circle around Stefan George,”Telos 176 (Fall 2016).

Janus C. Gudian, “Ernst H. Kantorowicz as Reflected in His Letters,”Telos 176 (Fall 2016).

Ernst H. Kantorowicz, “Three Samples from the Forthcoming Annotated Edition of the Letters of Ernst H. Kantorowicz (1895–1963),”Telos 176 (Fall 2016).

Peter Uwe Hohendahl, “Critic or Prophet? The George Circle Reads Nietzsche,”Telos 176 (Fall 2016).

Carsten Strathausen, “‘Geheimes Deutschland’: George’s Biopoetics,”Telos 176 (Fall 2016).

Elke Siegel, “Contested Legacies of “German” Friendship: Max Kommerell’s The Poet as Leader in German Classicism,”Telos 176 (Fall 2016).

Michael Bray, “Openness as a Form of Closure: Public Sphere, Social Class, and Alexander Kluge’s Counterproducts” Telos 159 (Summer 2012).

Katharina Gerstenberger, “The Public Intellectual as Survivor: The Cases of Josef Haslinger and Kathrin Röggla” Telos 159 (Summer 2012).

Jeffrey S. Librett, “Historicist Orientalism as a Public Absolute: On Herder’s Typo-teleology” Telos 159 (Summer 2012).

Sean Franzel, “Toward an Anti-Monumental Literary-Critical Style: Notes on Walter Benjamin and Jean Paul” Telos 159 (Summer 2012).

Eleanor Courtemanche, “Marx, Heine, and German Cosmopolitanism: The 1844 Deutsch-Französische Jahrbücher” Telos 159 (Summer 2012).

Loren Kruger, “Literary? Public? Proletarian: Öffentlichkeit and Erfahrung among the Haymarket Martyrs” Telos 159 (Summer 2012).

Jaimey Fisher, “Citizen-Soldiers and Militarized Nostalgia: Genres of War and Place in the 1950s Public Sphere” Telos 159 (Summer 2012).

Brad Prager, “Offending the Public: Handke, Herzog, Hypnosis” Telos 159 (Summer 2012).

Casey Servais, “A Certain Light, But Only a Juridical Light: The Legal Aesthetics of Thomas Bernhard’s The Lime Works” Telos 159 (Summer 2012).

Eva Geulen, “Passion in Prose” Telos 158 (Spring 2012).

Paul Fleming, “On the Edge of Non-Contingency: Anecdotes and the Lifeworld” Telos 158 (Spring 2012).

Anselm Haverkamp, “The Scandal of Metaphorology” Telos 158 (Spring 2012).

Dirk Mende, “Histories of Technicization: On the Relation of Conceptual History and Metaphorology in Hans Blumenberg” Telos 158 (Spring 2012).

Rüdiger Campe, “Contingencies in Blumenberg and Luhmann” Telos 158 (Spring 2012).

Kirk Wetters, “Working Over Philosophy: Hans BlumenbergÕs Reformulations of the Absolute” Telos 158 (Spring 2012).

Herbert Kopp-Oberstebrink, “Between Terror and Play: The Intellectual Encounter of Hans Blumenberg and Jacob Taubes” Telos 158 (Spring 2012).

Brad Tabas, “Blumenberg, Politics, Anthropology” Telos 158 (Spring 2012).

Helmut Müller-Sievers, “Kyklophorology: Hans Blumenberg and the Intellectual History of Technics” Telos 158 (Spring 2012).

Mark Chou, “Morgenthau, the Tragic: On Tragedy and the Transition from Scientific Man to Politics Among Nations” Telos 157 (Winter 2011).

Rusmir Mahmutćehajić, “On the Poetry of Mak Dizdar: The Poet, the Road, and the Word” Telos 156 (Fall 2011).

Aryeh Botwinick, “Shakespeare in Advance of Hobbes: Pathways to the Modernization of the European Psyche as Charted in The Merchant of Venice” Telos 153 (Winter 2010).

Gabriel Alkon, “Freedom and Integral Will: The Abandonment of Sovereign Power in Emerson, Melville, and Agamben” Telos 152 (Fall 2010).

Haiyan Lee, ” From the Iron Rice Bowl to the Beggar’s Bowl: What Good Is (Chinese) Literature?” Telos 151 (Summer 2010).

Christoph König, “Critique Today: The University and Literature around 1968,” Telos 144 (Fall 2008).

Tim Luke, “A Harsh and Hostile Land: Edward Abbey’s Politics and the Great American Desert,” Telos 141 (Winter 2007).

Russell A. Berman, “Conspiracy Theories: Szondi on Hölderlin’s Jacobinism,” Telos 140 (Fall 2007).

Claudia Brodsky, “Szondi and Hegel: ‘The Troubled Relationship of Literary Criticism to Philosophy’,” Telos 140 (Fall 2007).

Joshua Robert Gold, “Minority Report: Approaching Peter Szondi’s Hölderlin Studies,” Telos 140 (Fall 2007).

Christoph König, “Reflections of Reading: On Paul Celan and Peter Szondi,” Telos 140 (Fall 2007).

James McFarland, “Embodied Reading: On Peter Szondi’s Benjamin Reception,” Telos 140 (Fall 2007).

Rainer Nägele, “Peter Szondi: Positions of a Literary Critic (at the Border),” Telos 140 (Fall 2007).

James V. Schall, “The Holy Grail: At the Liturgical Center of the Universe,” Telos 140 (Fall 2007).

Thomas Schestag, “Philology, Knowledge,” Telos 140 (Fall 2007).

Rochelle Tobias, “Romantic Irony and the Modern Lyric: Szondi on Hofmannsthal,” Telos 140 (Fall 2007).

Elizabeth Coggeshall, “Dante, Islam and Edward Said,” Telos 139 (Summer 2007).

Harris Feinsod, “Reconsidering the ‘Spiritual Economy’: Saint-John Perse, His Translators, and the Limits of Internationalism,” Telos 138 (Spring 2007).

Shafiq Shamel, “Epic Poetry and The Kite Runner: Paradigms of Cultural Identity in Fiction and Afghan Society,” Telos 138 (Spring 2007).

Nick Hoff, “Three Poems by Friedrich Hölderlin,” Telos 134 (Spring 2006).

Herbert Marcuse, “Proust,” Telos 134 (Spring 2006).

David Pan, “Kafka as a Populist: Re-reading ‘In the Penal Colony’,” Telos 101 (Fall 1994).

Hugh Grady, “Professionalism, Culture and the Predicament of Literary Studies,” Telos 80 (Summer 1989).

Michael Smith, “Peguy’s Socialist Utopia,” Telos 80 (Summer 1989).

Leonard Quart, “Viva Kazan!,” Telos 77 (Fall 1988).

Elizabeth Ezra, “The Forces of Reprodution,” Telos 77 (Fall 1988).

Martha Minow, “Law Turning Outward,” Telos 73 (Fall 1987).

G. L. Ulmen , “Introduction to Carl Schmitt,” Telos 72 (Summer 1987).

Schuldt, “France: An Acronym Poem,” Telos 67 (Spring 1986).

Victor Zaslavsky, “Vasily Grossman, ‘Life and Fate’,” Telos 66 (Winter 1985-86).

Ferenc Feher, “Edward Topol and Fridrikh Nizanksy, ‘Red Square’,” Telos 61 (Fall 1984).

Leo Lowenthal, “Goethe and False Subjectivity,” Telos 60 (Summer 1984).

Juan E. Corradi, “Julio Cortazar (1914-1984),” Telos 59 (Spring 1984).

Arshi Pipa, “Gramsci as a (Non) Literary Critic,” Telos 57 (Fall 1983).

Charles Webel, “Stephen Bronner, ‘A Beggar’s Tale’,” Telos 50 (Winter 1981-82).

Wolfgang Freese, “On Benjamin and Brecht,” Telos 49 (Fall 1981).

Michael Scrivener, “Michael Wilding, ‘Political Fictions’,” Telos 49 (Fall 1981).

David Gross, “Jack Zipes, ‘Breaking the Magic Spell: Radical Theories of Folk and Fairy Tales’,” Telos 47 (Spring 1981).

Russell Berman, “Frederic Jameson, ‘Fables of Aggression. Wyndham Lewis, The Modernist as Fascist’,” Telos 45 (Fall 1980).

Henry Pachter, “Brecht’s Personal Politics,” Telos 44 (Summer 1980).

Robert Kentor, “Terry Eagleton, ‘Marxism and Literary Criticism’,” Telos 43 (Spring 1980).

Wilma Iggers, “Thomas Szasz, ‘Karl Kraus and the Soul Doctors’; Harry Zohn, ed., ‘In These Great Times’; Harry Zohn, ed., ‘Half-Truths and One-and-a-half Truths’; Frederick Ungar, ed., ‘No Compromise’,” Telos 40 (Summer 1979).

Michael Scrivener, “Raymond Williams, ‘Marxism and Literature’,” Telos 38 (Winter 1978-79).

Harvey Blume, “Jerome Rothenberg, ‘The Notebooks’,” Telos 37 (Fall 1978).

Lem Coley, “Georges Bataille, ‘Story of the Eye’ ,” Telos 36 (Summer 1978).

Ingrid Eggers, “Hans Magnus Enzensberger, ‘Mausoleum’,” Telos 34 (Winter 1977-78).

Harvey Blume, “’68 in France,” Telos 30 (Winter 1976-77).

Hans Magnus Enzensberger, “Tour of the City,” Telos 29 (Fall 1976).

Karel Kosik, “Hasek and Kafka,” Telos 23 (Spring 1975).

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

Robert D’Amico, “Frederic Jameson, ‘The Prison House of Language’; Victor Erlich, ‘Russian Formalism: History, Doctrine’,” Telos 22 (Winter 1974-75).

John O’Neill , “Raya Dunayevskaya, ‘Philosophy and Revolution’,” Telos 22 (Winter 1974-75).

Douglas Kellner, “J.-P. Sartre, P. Gavi, P. Victor, ‘On a raison de se revolter’ ,” Telos 22 (Winter 1974-75).

Joseph Ferrandino, “Joyce and Phenomenology,” Telos 2 (Fall 1968).

Ingrid Poole, “Goethe’s Faust and Hegel’s Phenomenology: A Comparison,” Telos 1 (Spring 1968).