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Kirill Chepurin

Kirill Chepurin is senior lecturer in philosophy at HSE University, Moscow. He has published on German Idealism and Romanticism, 19th-century Russian thought, utopia, and political theology. His co-edited volume (with Alex Dubilet), Nothing Absolute: German Idealism and the Question of Political Theology, is out with Fordham University Press. His current projects explore the logics of bliss or beatitude in Schelling and Romanticism, and in modernity more broadly, as well as the concepts of the planetary and the cosmic in Romanticism and beyond.

Essays

Quentin Meillassoux

Meillassoux’s thinking of post-Copernican cosmic immanence and cosmic delegitimation constitutes a challenge to political theology as still predominantly Ptolemaic in its assumptions and focus

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