Monthly Archives: October 2011

Entretien avec Michel Onfray

Jean Cornil interviewe Michel Onfray: Onfray y parle des valeurs d’un athéisme postchrétien, de la mort de l’europe, de la résistance contre la loi unique du marché, de Camus libertaire et sceptique contre Sartre bolchéviste et dogmatique, de ceux qui … Continue reading

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Morton and Shining: “Plenum of Sparkling Objects”

Timothy Morton on object-oriented ontology: source:http://ecologywithoutnature.blogspot.com/2011/10/queen-mary-talk-on-hegel-ecology.html “I see this not as a reason to confine thinking to a little island of human meaningfulness but rather to embark on a speculative journey amidst a plenum of discrete unique sparkling objects”

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Deleuze and Shining

One of the most interesting aspects of Deleuze’s cinema books is his break with any notion of consciousness as a light that illuminates objects otherwise relegated to darkness. L’IMAGE-MOUVEMENT is quite clear on this point: “It is things that are … Continue reading

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Post-Disciplinary Assemblages and Multiple Showings

We need more light, more immanence Continue reading

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New Laruelle: ANTI-BADIOU

New book out by Laruelle: Anti-Badiou update: Anthony Paul Smith provides some very useful prefatory thoughts to reading this book here: http://speculativeheresy.wordpress.com/2011/10/20/prefatory-thoughts-for-reading-laruelles-anti-badiou/

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Shining and Fading

ALL THINGS SHINING has begun to fade for me, as there is for the moment no new interesting material. On the other hand Badiou is beginning to shine again. I received these two books two days ago, so I will … Continue reading

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There Are Many Shinings

Dreyfus and Kelly are not alone, there are many shinings Continue reading

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