Devin Z. Shaw
- philosophy of social movements
- Indigenous philosophy
- environmental ethics
- philosophy of art
- political theory
- German idealism
PhD (University of Ottawa)
I am currently writing a book about Jacques Rancière, Simone de Beauvoir, and antifascism. My long-term project, called Unsettling Existentialism, involves rethinking the work of Sartre, Beauvoir, and other existentialists through the lens of anticolonial and decolonial—that is, Africana, creole, and Indigenous—frameworks.
Recent Citations for Devin Z. Shaw
- Freedom and nature in Schelling's philosophy of art
- Philosophy of antifascism: Punching Nazis and fighting white supremacy
- The “keystone” of the system: Schelling’s philosophy of art
- Cartesian egalitarianism: From Poullain de la Barre to Rancière
- The absence of evidence is not the evidence of absence: Biopolitics and the state of exception
- The nothingness of equality: "The 'Sartrean existentialism' of Jacques Rancière"
- Inaesthetics and truth: The debate between Alain Badiou and Jacques Rancière
- 'Animals, those incessant somnambulists’: A critique of Schelling’s anthropocentrism
- Cansolv CO2 capture: The value of integration
- Egalitarian moments: From Descartes to Rancière
- "Reading Ranciere's Disagreement today: Politics, policing, and the extreme right"