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TENET AND THE DELEUZE/ZIZEK PARALLAX (1): expanded logics and temporal figurations

I was powerfully impressed by TENET as philosophical figuration and wrote a first review soon after seeing it, on the basis of the Deleuze/Zizek parallax that I have been developing on this blog. Kent Palmer responded to my review, trying … Lire la suite

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LOGIC OF SENSE AND DIVERGENT DIALOGUE: the architectonic/heuristic parallax

My review of Christopher Nolan’s TENET is in part the result of my ongoing engagement with Zizek’s SEX AND THE FAILED ABSOLUTE and in part a homage to the concepts and perspective of Bernard Stiegler, but its underlying logic comes … Lire la suite

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The Role of the Roll of the Dice in Logic of Sense: why does Deleuze call it the « Ideal » Game »?

Why does Deleuze speak of the dice throw as the « Ideal » game in Series 10 of LOGIC OF SENSE, given that he has done so much in the text up to that point to deconstruct and to « invert » Platonism? Is … Lire la suite

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DE-QUANTIFYING HYPERMODERNITY: From Algorithmic Re-Set to Noetic Hyper-Set

Do we really need a new term such as « hypermodernity » to serve as journalistic slogan for the ennui of a society whose lexical narcissism serves to hide that it is just an nth neo-remix, more of the same? Michael Aaron … Lire la suite

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LARUELLE AND THE JARGON OF PERFORMATIVITY

1) EUDOXA François Laruelle used to be a controversial figure in Continental Philosophy circles, but now all controversy has ceased. There is a circle of believers, and they refuse all dialogue with the non-credulous, they reject all critical input. The … Lire la suite

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