Stranger

The Organon of the Force (of) the Law, from Éthique de l’Étranger (2000)

The Organon of the Force (of) the LawFrançois LaruelleIn Éthique de l’étranger: du crime contre l’humanité (Paris: Kimé, 2000), p.327-338 The Non-Kantian Universalization of EthicsWe reprise the previous problem of the constitution of the Neighbour [Prochain] by transposing the problem into the …

The Organon of the Force (of) the Law, from Éthique de l’Étranger (2000)

The Stranger as Void, Law, and Multitudo Transcendentalis

he Stranger as Void, Law, and Multitudo Transcendentalis: On the Concept of “Human Multitudes”François LaruelleIn Théorie des étrangers: science des hommes, démocratie, non-psychanalyse (Paris: Kimé, 1995), p.159-163.[1] 1) A democratic or universal conception of the body as the very dimension of the Stranger …

The Stranger as Void, Law, and Multitudo Transcendentalis

Underground Intensities: The Gothic Marxism of Deleuze and Guattari

taken from The Wasted World Within the pages of Gilles Deleuze and Felix Guattari’s collaborative works recur images of the most unsettling kind. Writing of capital’s endless thirst for living labour, they remark that it “is no longer the cruelty …

Underground Intensities: The Gothic Marxism of Deleuze and Guattari

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