Stiegler

Anti-Hauntology: SOPHIE, Stiegler and the Ruins of Accelerationism

taken from bluelabyrinths.com Since the initial article on SOPHIE last week the idea of anti-hauntology has gained a significant amount traction across various internet platforms producing a variety of responses, both positive and negative. In some regards, the concept itself …

Anti-Hauntology: SOPHIE, Stiegler and the Ruins of Accelerationism

Anti-Hauntology: Derrida and Stiegler on Dancing With Ghosts and Education

taken from bluelabyrinths.com in a small ghost town, there’s a little arcadewhere the poltergeists play their video games In my previous post I argued that it was necessary to distinguish Fisher and Derrida when considering hauntology, especially when criticising it. …

Anti-Hauntology: Derrida and Stiegler on Dancing With Ghosts and Education

The Hedonistic Imperative: The Seduction of Hypercapitalism

The unlikely parable that Xenophon relates  between Socrates and their mutual friend Aristippus of Cyrene serves as a lead in to the subject of this post. Socrates had observed his friend Aristippus for some time and felt that the young …

The Hedonistic Imperative: The Seduction of Hypercapitalism

Bemerkungen zu Stieglers „Automatic Society. The Future of Work“ (3)

Im dritten Kapitel seines Textes vollzieht Stiegler im wesentlichen Jonathans Crays Beschreibungen des heute ubiquitären 24/7-Taktes im Rahmen eines globalisierten Kapitalismus nach. Also folgen wir ihnen. Ein 24/7-System generiert andauernd asoziale Modelle eines automatisierten Funktionierens – die Kalkulation, Quantifizierung und …

Bemerkungen zu Stieglers „Automatic Society. The Future of Work“ (3)

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