From e-flux, Boris Groys is under the gaze of theory: Critical theory criticizes not only philosophical contemplation, but any kind of contemplation, including aesthetic contemplation; and after the last man: Elizabeth A. Povinelli on images and ethics of becoming otherwise. Structuralism's Samson: Jacques Derrida’s infamous 1966 appearance at Johns Hopkins tore down the temple of structuralism. A review of The Young Derrida and French Philosophy by Edward Baring. Spectres of Derrida: Richard Kreitner on Occupy Wall Street and the politics of deconstruction. From 3:AM, an interview with Lee Braver on Heidegger, Wittgenstein, Derrida (and a review of Groundless Grounds: A Study of Wittgenstein and Heidegger). From Radical Philosophy, on technoreformism: Tom Bunyard reviews The Decadence of Industrial Democracies by Bernard Stiegler; and the future is subhuman: Keith Ansell-Pearson reviews Anti-Nietzsche by Malcolm Bull. From LARB, Adam Kotsko on how to read Zizek. Thomas Riggins is coming to grips with Zizek. My First Critical Theory ABC: HiLobrow on a series of alphabetical rhymes, for kiddies, about capital-T Theory.