Gloss on Humanism

5 Feb , 2019  

Since the emergence of bourgeois society and throughout the course of its existence, the emphasis on man has been the price paid for the development and the autonomization of exchange value as well as for the progressive reification of human relations. The more capitalist dehumanization – the ‘organic composition’ of ...

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The Nonhuman: Apophatic or Cataphatic?

4 Dez , 2016  

“Join us!” –the trees in Evil Dead

A major theme to emerge from my current seminar on the nonhuman is the distinction between apophatic nonhumanism and cataphatic nonhumanism. Since these terms don’t seem to come up that often in contemporary discussions I figured it would be useful to lay it ...

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