Rowman & Littlefield introduced Groundworks, a new series of publications edited by Arne De Boever, Jon Roffe, Bill Ross and Ashley Woodward. The series starts with Gaston Bachelard’s The Dialectic of Duration, translated by Mary McAllester Jones.
A quick blurb about the Groundworks:
What are the hidden sources that determine the contemporary moment in continental thought? This series goes ‘back to the source’, publishing English translations of the hidden origins of our contemporary thought in order to better understand not only that thought, but also the world it seeks to understand. The series includes important French, German and Italian texts that form the lesser-known background to prominent work in contemporary continental philosophy. With an eye on the contemporary moment – on both world-historical events and critical trends – Groundworks seeks to recover foundational but forgotten texts and to produce a more profound engagement not only with the contemporary but also
with the sources that have shaped it.
For more information please visit the Rowan & Littlefield website.
I’m impressed. You’ve really raised the bar with that.