PhiloFiction

Humanity on the Threshold? – Some Notes On Eco-Fiction or Ordinary Ecology

To Luka Stojanovic What is this new ecological science present in Laruelle’s The Last Humanity, and what exactly makes it ‘new’? As another introduction, another invention, The Last Humanity carves out the space of verticality that dominant and majoritarian practices of ecology, as …

Humanity on the Threshold? – Some Notes On Eco-Fiction or Ordinary Ecology

The Tsunami and the Myth of the Water-Fish

translated by Jeremy R. Smith “The Tsunami and the Myth of the Water-Fish: A Short Essay on Fantastic Zoology, to Add to Borges and Schrödinger” François Laruelle In Philo-Fictions 2 (2009), p.7-15.[1] To Muriel Mambrini-Doudet Abstract: As an exercise in philo-fiction, how …

The Tsunami and the Myth of the Water-Fish

For the Strangers Who We Are – a response to Jacob Vangeest

In response to one of my exegeses earlier in January, my colleague, Jacob Vangeest, provided a preliminary criticism directed towards non-philosophy with elements that I wish to highlight, some of which I share, and others to which I must intervene, or, to use our …

For the Strangers Who We Are – a response to Jacob Vangeest

Essays on Badiou, Ranciere, Benjamin & Adorno

In the gap [l’ecart] between the spaces of thought ofAlain Badiou and Jacques Rancière exists a topological invariant,preserved under homeomorphic transformations of the Real—the continuous deformation of R in the terms of objectifications,the n-tuples of re-presentations, each coordinate countingaccording to …

Essays on Badiou, Ranciere, Benjamin & Adorno

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