TELOSscope: The Telos Press Blog

We’ve come a long way…

Since its inception in 1968, Telos has remained an intellectual innovator by providing provocative and prescient discussions of political, social, and cultural changes. Forty-three years later, Telos remains as essential as ever.

Founded at SUNY-Buffalo by the late Paul Piccone, an inspiring scholar and teacher, Telos became the premier North American venue for the unconventional ideas of European intellectuals, including Theodor Adorno, Michel Foucault, Jürgen Habermas, and Carl Schmitt—long before they became staples of the reading lists in literature, media, philosophy, political science, and sociology courses across universities. In 2004 Russell Berman of Stanford University became the editor of Telos.

As part of our 43rd anniversary celebration, we are revamping the front cover with a fresh design that we hope will reflect the continuing mission of Telos to encourage the vibrant exchanges of ideas, as well as honor the journal’s legacy of independence.

We’re also celebrating by offering a 10% discount on all Telos Press books purchased at our website during the month of June. Now is the perfect time to catch up on your summer reading!

We have come a long way, indeed.

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