Monthly Archives: March 2013

Originally posted on Continental Drift:
The Articulation of Political Speech   Clockwise from upper right: Anonymous; Occupy; Global Revolution TV; Critical Art Ensemble . “Every way in is a way out.” – Öyvind Fahlström . Let’s start by defining things…

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Originally posted on AntipodeFoundation.org:
by Heather McLean, York University Toby Sharp is an urban philosopher, a think tank hipster, a TED-talking ‘creative city’ guru with the vision to transform any city. A composite character representing my interpretation of the…

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Originally posted on Nomad Scholarship:
The title of this post (echoing an early post) connects directly with our readings from Virno, it seems to me.  When labor-power appeared to be the main source of surplus-value, factories were the logical place…

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Originally posted on Posthegemony:
As with most of his books on the History of Philosophy, Gilles Deleuze’s Nietzsche and Philosophy is in large part a work of ventriloquy. Deleuze is speaking through Nietzsche, or making Nietzsche speak for him, as…

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After Foucault: Maurizio Lazzarato and Contemporary Critiques of Capitalism (2013)

Originally posted on Foucault News:
The Melbourne School of Continental Philosophy is proud to present the 2013 Semester 1 Evening School. http://mscp.org.au/courses/evening-school-semester-1-2013 3 courses are on offer.  Considerable discounts are available when doing multiple courses. When: March 21 – June…

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deleuze and delanda

bookmarking this post by john protevi about delanda’s reading of deleuze (thanks, cheryl!). i’m currently working on my aag paper and am drawing on bonta and protevi’s geophilosophy book, which is heavily indebted to delanda.

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