#6: Evidence of Things Not Seen
The forthcoming sixth issue of Salvage.
Poetry by Kay Gabriel
Photography by Luc Delahaye
Art by Bahar Behbahani
Fiction by Katie Kane and David Naimon
Richard Seymour: ‘Caedmon’s Dream: On the Politics of Style’
Politics and the English language – among others – redux. Bromides, ornamentaphobia and the elitism of ‘clarity’.
Robert Knox: ‘Against Law-sterity’
Beyond economics and ideology to a jurisprudential horizon. The law of austerity and the austere grounds of law.
Esther Leslie: ‘Men of Doubt: Fortini, Benjamin, Brecht’
Fragments, scraps, posters and poems, certainty and its discontents, ethics and hunger and a neglected angel.
Barnaby Raine: ‘Jewophobia’
Navigating sound, fury and fear, the bad faith and even good, in an unstable debate, striving for a theory worthy of the name.
China Miéville: ‘Silence in Debris: Towards an Apophatic Marxism’
Put your finger to your lips. Epistemology, yearning and liberation beyond the limits of words.
Asad Haider: ‘Eight Theses on Identity’
The universal, the particular, the reactionary and emancipatory in a category overused and under strain.
Alex Alvarez Taylor: ‘The Left and Louis-Ferdinand Céline’
On the eloquence of an enemy, the politics of publishing, and radical reading beyond moralism and special pleading.
Sivamohan Valluvan and Malcolm James: ‘Left Problems, Nationalism and the Crisis’
Towards a chronology of toxicity, of bad answers to good questions and the seduction of exclusion amid political decline.
Daniel Hartley: ‘The Person, Historical Time and the Universalisation of Capital’
History and histories, universality and particularities in the overdetermined person, subaltern and/or otherwise, itself.
Yvan Najiels: ‘The Demise of the International Proletariat of France: Talbot as Political Turning Point’
Strike-making, strike-breaking, the rise of race and racism in the Republic and the perfidy of the so-called Left.
Parastou Saberi: ‘Urban Geopolitics and ‘The Immigrant’: Lessons from Toronto’
Space, minority-management and maple-syrup racism.
Joe Hayns and Selim Nadi: Interview with Selim Nadi of the Parti des Indigènes de la République
‘Not outside, but against’. Testimony from and of the vilified and unvanquished.