Monthly Archives: April 2015

NON-MARXISM REVIEW IN GERMAN

There is now a German translation of my review of François Laruelle’s INTRODUCTION TO NON-MARXISM: http://non.copyriot.com/laruells-non-maxismus-auf-dem-weg-zu-einem-demokratischen-pluralismus-des-denkens/

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Towards a Comprehensive Michel Serres primary bibliography (5): interviews

Originally posted on Christopher Watkin:
This list does not include audio and video interviews, which will appear in a future installment. There are one or two interviews featuring in other bibliographies that I do not include in this list, because 1) they…

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Towards a Comprehensive Michel Serres primary bibliography (4): single-authored articles

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As before, let me know if you spot anything I’ve missed… ? (1961). “Descartes et Leibniz dans les deux manières de penser le réel et la science.” Critique no. 164. Hors série. (1963). “La Querelle…

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Michel Serres: La loi du plus fort contredit la démocratie

Context: “Pour la station de radio Europe 1, « la fonction d’un média est de témoigner du monde dans lequel il existe…, et parler des misères, c’est les débusquer toutes, toutes inacceptables, à ceux qui les vivent, à ceux qui les … Continue reading

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Towards a Comprehensive Michel Serres primary bibliography (3): archival material

Originally posted on Christopher Watkin:
Here is the latest instalment of the comprehensive Michel Serres primary bibliography: archival material. Archival material about but not written by Michel Serres is not included in this list, which gives a tantalizing glimpse into…

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RE-PHASING BADIOU AND LARUELLE

Badiou and Laruelle both initially expose a forgetting (of Being, or of the One) and try to overcome it by a form of anamnesis, whose movement is Parmenidean. In Laruelle it’s a sort of noetic “rapture” where all suitable objects … Continue reading

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DIVERGENT FIDELITY: Badiou’s non-relation with Deleuze

Some people have objected that for me to translate and to comment on Badiou’s letter to Deleuze is to take part in a macabre academic recuperation of Deleuze’s fragility in the final phase of his life. On this issue of … Continue reading

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