Dr Matthias Pauwels

Matthias Pauwels is a cultural and political philosopher who works in the post-Marxian and post-Lacanian tradition of radical philosophy. He holds degrees in architecture (Ghent, 1999) and philosophy (Rotterdam, 2006, and Pretoria, 2015) and is currently a post-doctoral researcher at North-West University’s School of Philosophy. His latest research focuses on the entanglement of politics and aesthetics in socially engaged art practices, popular protest movements, and decolonial politics in contemporary South Africa. Between 2002 and 2012, he co-founded and ran the independent research office BAVO (Rotterdam) focused on the ethico-political dimension of architecture and urban planning.

Matthias Pauwels is a cultural and political philosopher who works in the post-Marxian and post-Lacanian tradition of radical philosophy. He holds degrees in architecture (Ghent, 1999) and philosophy (Rotterdam, 2006, and Pretoria, 2015) and is currently a post-doctoral researcher at North-West University’s School of Philosophy. His latest research focuses on the entanglement of politics and […]

Dr Matthias Pauwels

Matthias Pauwels is a cultural and political philosopher who works in the post-Marxian and post-Lacanian tradition of radical philosophy. He holds degrees in architecture (Ghent, 1999) and philosophy (Rotterdam, 2006, and Pretoria, 2015) and is currently a post-doctoral researcher at North-West University’s School of Philosophy. His latest research focuses on the entanglement of politics and aesthetics in socially engaged art practices, popular protest movements, and decolonial politics in contemporary South Africa. Between 2002 and 2012, he co-founded and ran the independent research office BAVO (Rotterdam) focused on the ethico-political dimension of architecture and urban planning.

Matthias Pauwels is a cultural and political philosopher who works in the post-Marxian and post-Lacanian tradition of radical philosophy. He holds degrees in architecture (Ghent, 1999) and philosophy (Rotterdam, 2006, and Pretoria, 2015) and is currently a post-doctoral researcher at North-West University’s School of Philosophy. His latest research focuses on the entanglement of politics and […]

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