PhiloFiction

Zur Ökologie der Existenz – Freiheit, Gleichheit, Umwelt / Leseprobe

31 Mrz , 2017  

Band 73: Zur Ökologie der Existenz – Freiheit, Gleichheit, Umwelt ISBN: 978-3-944233-75-8 Terror und Gegenterror erschüttern die Gegenwart. Sie entspringen den Krisen der Epoche, die sich in der Krise der Geschichte verdichten. Ihren weitesten Horizont umreißt die ökologische Krise, mit der unsere Welt unbewohnbar wie der Mond zu werden ...

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NonMusic

The Human Strike and The Politics of Escape

28 Mrz , 2017  

Transcript of a short talk I gave @ b-books for the German book launch of Dark Deleuze in Berlin.  Introduction
The terms of escape, opacity, and indiscernibility are perhaps three of the most essential concepts that constitute the lexicon of Dark Deleuze; a lexicon that seeks to refute and ...

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NonPolitics

Dark Deleuze/Leseprobe

27 Mrz , 2017  

Ein revolutionärer Deleuze, der einer Welt der verpflichtenden Happiness, der dezentralisierten Kontrolle und der Überbewachung zugeneigt ist? Der französische Philosoph Gilles Deleuze ist als Denker der Kreation, der fröhlichen Affirmation und der Assemblagen bekannt. In Dark Deleuze argumentiert Andrew Culp, dass der ehemals radikale Kanon der Freude seine Widerstandskraft gegen ...

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NonPolitics, PhiloFiction

An Afterword On The Politics of Escape

22 Mrz , 2017  

Afterword of the german edition of Dark Deleuze published by Laika   History, for the most part, has been made by the nameless and the faceless. It has been made by slaves, workers, housewives, sex workers, day and migrant laborers, and everyone else who, through no fault of their own, ...

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NonPolitics

Buchpräsentation „Dark Deleuze“

17 Mrz , 2017  

Montag 27.3. , bbooks, Lübbenerstr.14, 10997 Berlin Buchvorstellung: Andrew Culp „Dark Deleuze“ mit Jose Rosales und Achim Szepanski (plus Skype-Talk mit Andrew Culp)
Ein revolutionärer Deleuze, der einer Welt der verpflichtenden Happiness, der dezentralisierten Kontrolle und der Überbewachung zugeneigt ist? Der französische Philosoph Gilles Deleuze ist als Denker der Kreation, ...

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NonMusic

Buchpräsentation Ultrablackness of Music: Feindliche Übernahme

13 Mrz , 2017  

Echo Bücher, Berlin here Ultrablackness of Music: Feindliche Übernahme Andrzej Steinbach & Achim Szepanski Buchpräsentation / Installation DJ Bleed Mittwoch 29. März, 19:00 Uhr In einem parcours de force durchschreitet Achim Szepanski in dem kurzen Text “Ultrablackness in der Musik. Eine Non-Remixologie” Aspekte der elektronischen Musik bei Deleuze/Guattari und François  ...

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NonPolitics

Dark Deleuze: Netzwerkpessimismus, radikale Ökonomiekritik und subtraktive Negativität

10 Mrz , 2017  

Beitrag gehalten am 27.3.2017 bei bbooks Berlin Soweit es um die Deleuze-Forschung geht, ist Dark Deleuze wahrlich eine Studie der Häresie, insofern Andrew Culp Deleuze keineswegs wie so viele andere Kommentatoren, die dem kalten Rausch der Transformation des poststrukturalistischen Denkens in eine akademische Heimindustrie frönen, als einen toten Hund behandelt. ...

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documentation, Lexicon, NonMusic

Technodeleuze and Mille Plateaux. Achim Szepanski’s Interview (1994-1996)

9 Mrz , 2017  

Achim Szepanski has been one of the “heroes” of the ‘90s thanks to the creation and the visionary promotion of his Mille Plateaux (1994-2004), the famous record label based in Frankfurt. Due to his peculiar philosophical theory applied to the digital culture, Szepanski has totally changed the electronic music panorama ...

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documentation, PhiloFiction

We do not know what a (cinematic) body can do: Reconsidering Deleuze’s and Patton’s reception of Godard in the Age of Control Societies

23 Feb , 2017  

The aim of this essay is to interrogate the relationship between Deleuze’s concepts of Idea, creativity, and control societies, alongside its interpretation by Paul Patton and Godard’s efficacy at giving these concepts their proper audio-visual form in cinema. By means of Godard’s Alphaville, we will demonstrate how Deleuze’s understanding ...

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PhiloFiction

HKRB Interviews: Andrew Culp

6 Feb , 2017  

Alfie Bown: Your book is just 77 pages long but your project and its scope is huge. Your aim has been to recover Deleuze from those who saw him as the philosopher of “joyous affirmation” and who experienced his work (without perhaps always admitting it) as vitalist, life-affirming and even ...

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NonPolitics

To Our Enemies

16 Dez , 2016  

Translated from the French by Ames Hodges. [This text is an excerpt of Éric Alliez and Maurizio Lazzarato’s forthcoming book Wars and Capital, to be published in English by Semiotext(e). The book’s release is scheduled for August 2017.]
1. We are living in the time of the subjectivation of civil ...

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NonPolitics

A Conspiracy Against the World: Comments on Andrew Culp’s “Dark Deleuze”

6 Dez , 2016  

“We do not lack communication,” Gilles Deleuze and Felix Guattari wrote in What Is Philosophy?, their final joint text. “On the contrary, we have too much of it. We lack creation. We lack resistance to the present.”[1] During the course of an interview with Antonio Negri, Deleuze raised a ...

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NonPolitics, PhiloFiction

Acceleration, Revolution and Money in Deleuze and Guattari’s Anti-Oedipus

11 Nov , 2016  

The essay moves from the conceptual place where the „philosophical plane faces the chaos“ (Deleuze-Guattari/1991).  From a deep distance trapped in the past and the discretion of the dawn, a different thought and a different culture (re)emerge. The book presents a new Deleuze, more accelerationist than Srnicek and Williams, more ...

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Lexicon, Necropolitics

Deleuze & Guattari: Culture of Death / Culture of Capital

10 Nov , 2016  

Desiring machines make us an organism; but at the very heart of this production, the body suffers from being organized in this way, from not having some other sort of organization, or no organization at all. – Gilles Deleuze/Fritz Guattari, Anti-Oedipus There comes a moment in their great work Anti-Oedipus  ...

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PhiloFiction

The Pre-Socratic Brotherhood

6 Nov , 2016  

The tale of the circle, the dot, and the arrow — a moral tale — tells the story of a dominant way of thinking about people in the world. The most common preconceptions about epistemology and ontology are contained in the narrative, both what it means to have knowledge and ...

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