The other day I listened to an episode in the La Trobe Philosophy podcast with interest: Dr Jack Reynolds was talking about the divide between Analytical and Continental philosophers. It was fascinating, but I wondered why Alain Badiou’s name did not come up, since he frames Being and Event with a discussion of the divide, critiques both sides, and explicitly grounds his thought in mathematics (‘mathematics is ontology’).
So I emailed the podcast presenters; they got on the phone to Dr Reynolds, who responded in a brief extra episode of the podcast. (Thanks very much!) Check both the original episode and addendum here.