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Tag Archives: Simondon
Duke University Press will be publishing two new books by Brian Massumi later this year, the first is titled What Animals Teach Us About Politics and the second is titled The Power at the End of the Economy. I recently … Continue reading
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One Flat Thing Reproduced by Choreographer William Forsythe (2008) /// Photograph by Michel Cavalca A few months ago, I presented the work of dancer/philosopher Erin Manning and her book, Relationscape (MIT Press, 2009) through a…
Andrew Iliadis on his blog Philosophy of Information & Communication has written about his first impressions of Bruno Latour’s new book, An Inquiry into Modes of Existence, focusing on the influence Gilbert Simondon had on this work. I have not … Continue reading
Here is a great interview with Steven Shaviro at the Figure/Ground blog.
I recently had the privilege of indexing Erin Manning’s forthcoming book Always More Than One: Individuation’s Dance. I will write a review for it once it is released in January and a post on what it is like to write an index (this … Continue reading
Gilbert Simondon “is a secret password amongst certain discussions taking place within philosophy today”
Here is an interesting blog post on Gilbert Simondon with many links to translations and secondary sources in English. H/T to Graham Harman at the Object-Oriented Philosophy blog.