AUDIO: Human Error: Species-Being and Media Machines/Look at the Bunny: Totem, Taboo, Technology “The humans are dead.” Whether or not you recognize the epigram from Flight of the Conchords (and […]
Bernard Stiegler is a French philosopher at Goldsmiths, University of London and at the Université de Technologie de Compiègne. In addition, he is Director of the Institut de recherche et […]
Noam Chomsky responds to a caller’s request for his thoughts on socialism, during a 2003 interview by Brian Lamb, for C-SPAN’s “In Depth” program. He describes how socialism was equated […]
Originally posted on Researchers Gone Wild:
In this post I will be exploring and elucidating the claim that in the 16th Century the underpinning philosophy of science turned from being…
Annemarie Mol is a Dutch ethnographer and philosopher. She is the Professor of Anthropology of the Body at the University of Amsterdam, the Netherlands. She has helped to develop post-ANT/feminist […]
“When we observe the environment, we necessarily do so only on a limited range of scales; therefore our perception of events provides us with only a low-dimensional slice through a […]
Discognition: A lecture by Steven Shaviro Friday, 24 May 2013, 2-4 pm, Ardmore House, Belfield, UCD Cognitivist and representationalist theories of mind continually find themselves confronted with elements that they […]
Originally posted on Dr. Rinaldi's Horror Cabinet:
We declare that the splendor of the world has been enriched by a new beauty: the beauty of speed. – F.T. Marinetti,…
Daniel W Smith discussed Gilles Deleuze and Felix Guattari’s works Anti-Oedipus & A Thousand Plateaus at the Collegium Phaenomenologicum 2009. Smith, a professor of philosophy at Purdue University, is a […]
Rob Nixon is currently the Rachel Carson Professor of English at the University of Wisconsin-Madison and is the author of London Calling: V. S. Naipaul, Postcolonial Mandarin; Homelands, Harlem and […]
AUDIO: Philosophers’ Anthropologies: Stiegler after Heidegger and Derrida Duration: 1 hour 31 mins 16 secs March 15, 2012 – Cambridge University In this lecture Dr. Michael Lewis talks about Stiegler’s […]
Originally posted on Recollecting Philosophy:
Some would perhaps call Pierre Bourdieu more of an anti-philosopher than a philosopher. I want to claim that Bourdieu was a philosopher, and stress Bourdieu’s…
A great discussion ensued in the comment section. Healthcare in general is in danger of being subsumed by the machinations of technoscience and corporate pharma: the colonization of the life-health-world […]
Jane Bennett is Professor of Political Theory and Chair of the Department of Political Science at Johns Hopkins University. Her published books include Thoreau’s Nature: Ethics, Politics, and the Wild (1994), The Enchantment […]
Stengers and Haraway throwing it down.
Originally posted on Anarchist Without Content:
This post contained an draft version of a dissertation section. A more recent version is now available on the works page.
the latest from alt-sound artist and rocker Trent Reznor of Nine Inch Nails fame.
“They demand that the first act of the social revolution shall be the abolition of authority. Have these gentlemen ever seen a revolution? A revolution is certainly the most authoritarian […]
In 1971 two giants of intellectual activity debated philosophy and politics on Dutch television. Noam Chomsky (1928) is a linguist, historian, philosopher, critic and political activist. Often regarded as the […]