Monthly Archives: March 2013

Originally posted on ethics & philosophy of information:
SAVE THE TECHNICAL OBJECT Interview with Gilbert Simondon Translated by Andrew Iliadis The following is an English translation of a 1983 interview that Simondon gave to the French magazine Esprit (Esprit 76:147-52.…

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Pharmacologie (1)

Pharmacologie du Front national: suivi du vocabulaire d’ars indistrualis (Bibliotheque des Savoirs) (French Edition) by Bernard Stiegler, Victor Petit “Le monde s’individue à travers l’individuation de ceux qui y vivent. Et un monde devient immonde lorsqu’il est devenu un obstacle … Continue reading

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PRATIQUER LE PHARMAKON (1): Lire c’est participer

Bernard Stiegler vient de publier PHARMACOLOGIE DU FRONT NATIONALE. Pour accompagner le livre et prolonger son propos qu’il ne suffit pas de lire son livre, il faut aussi le pratiquer, il a lancé l’initiative d’une liste de discussion en ligne … Continue reading

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Graham Harman has yet again published a version of his absurd and utterly refuted claim that an ontology of relation and event cannot explain change (p47). This ignores temporal relations such as relative speeds and accelerations, as well as relative … Continue reading

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My critique of Graham Harman’s OOP is that it posits as real what is in fact a useless mirror image of common sense and scientific objects that he declares to be “utter shams” (THE THIRD TABLE, p6). His real objects … Continue reading

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The online journal has just published my article on Badiou’s spatialised pluralism:

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Originally posted on Speculative Heresy:
In honor of the recent translations of Laruelle’s work (Struggle and Utopia, Principles, Anti-Badiou), as well as a couple coming out in May (Dictionary, Philosophy and Non-Philosophy), I have decided to post my translation of…

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