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Spinoza après Marx, ou le problème de l’ontologie marxienne

Hulak’s article is in French on cairn.info but the English abstract is pasted below. Why does the idea of a « spinozist » Marx seem so obvious nowadays, while there is no agreement at all about the features of this « spinozism », and … Continue reading

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Macherey: Lire Foucault and Other Recent Presentations

Pierre Macherey has posted four recent presentations on Foucault (from the “Foucault au collège de France : une aventure intellectuelle et éditoriale” conference), Althusser, and Hegel/Spinoza on his blog (thanks to Jason Read for posting this on Facebook).

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Frédéric Lordon’s Willing Slaves of Capital Review

My review of Lordon’s Willing Slaves of Capital is now posted on Antipode‘s website.

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Deleuze’s transcribed lectures

A reminder, for those who have yet to come across this incredible resource. I somehow lost my pdf of Deleuze’s lectures on Spinoza and affect and came back to find it here (the pdf is in a zip file that … Continue reading

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SLU Immaterial/Biopolitical Labor I

From Hardt and Negri’s Multitude (pg 108-109): Immaterial labor “creates immaterial products, such as knowledge, information, communication, or an emotional response,” and has two forms, which are typically combined in immaterial labor: 1) It can be primarily intellectual or linguistic … Continue reading

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Eugene Holland on Spinoza and Marx

Originally posted on Becoming Poor:
Haven’t read it yet, but it is almost certainly worth the time…

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How to Parent 1

“The walls of Lacan’s boyhood bedroom were covered in diagrams and coloured arrows that charted the supple architecture of Spinoza’s Ethics…” (Gregory J. Seigworth, “From Affection to Soul” in Deleuze: Key Concepts, 184).  

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