From “Ontogenesis and the Ethics of Becoming“: KY: In terms of the Stoics, how might their approach to “dying well” offer us some resources for thinking amidst our current scene […]
by Susan James Published on 8 Nov 2014 During the twentieth century, Spinoza was allotted a minor role in Anglophone histories of philosophy. Dwarfed by Descartes, Hobbes, Locke and Leibniz, […]
& Is radical-academic an oxymoron?
https://www.academia.edu/1255122/On_Guattaris_Planetary_Psychopathology Planetary psychopathology is a term used by Guattari in an Italian-published text from the early80s (Guatari 1984). Psychopathology is the science that studies the mental disorders of human beings. […]
A new Prometheus need not take the form of the ‘Modern Prince’, the party, if the latter is regarded as a commanding height and centre supervenient on any other council, […]
Paul Rabinow on Foucault & the Contemporary – the host is a bit lacking but Rabinow is probably the most important intellectual of our time… http://www.stanford.edu/dept/fren-ital/opinions/shows/eo10175.mp3 Paul Rabinow is Professor […]