Category Archives: Bernard Stiegler

Peter Gratton reviews Stiegler & Technics; Derrida’s The Death Penalty; and Johnston on Materialism

Peter Gratton has been busy with reviews recently… A review of Christina Howells and Gerald Moore (eds.), Stiegler and Technics at NDPR A review article at Berfrois on Derrida’s The Death Penalty, Vol. 1  And a review article in Symposium on Adrian Johnston’s Prolegomena to Any Future … Continue reading

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Books received – Derrida, Stiegler, Comay, Taubes, Azoulay & Ophir, Serres

A number of books from Stanford University Press in recompense for review work.

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Stiegler and Technics

Stiegler and Technics, edited by Christina Howells and Gerald Moore, is due out in September with Edinburgh University Press.

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Radical Philosophy 174 out

Peter Nyers, Moving Borders: The Politics of Dirt Ackbar Abbas, Adorno and the Weather Peter Osborne, Disguised as a Dog: Cynical Occupy? Andrew McGettigan, The Privatization of Higher Education Nicholas Ray, Jean Laplanche, 1924-2012 Nina Power and Erica Lagalisse on … Continue reading

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French Theory today

I linked to the audio of these some time back, but Alexander Galloway’s lectures on French Theory today are now available as pdf pamphlets, with commentaries. The lectures cover Catherine Malabou, Bernard Stiegler, Mehdi Belhaj Kacem, Quentin Meillassoux, and François … Continue reading

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Edinburgh University Press philosophy

Edinburgh University Press have a new philosophy catalogue out. Lots of really interesting books in there – Graham Harman’s book on Meillassoux launches the new Speculative Realism series; plus Gerald Moore’s book on The Politics of the Gift (endorsed by … Continue reading

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Back to Ohio

With the travelling I’ve not had much chance to write about my own work recently, and have largely been using this blog as an information service. I have been working on the book during and around the travel, and there will … Continue reading

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Galloway on New French Thought

You can now download the audio of Alexander Galloway’s lectures on New French Thought here. I’d previously mentioned these lectures were taking place – on Catherine Malabou, Bernard Stiegler, Mehdi Belhaj Kacem, Quentin Meillassoux and François Laruelle – and good … Continue reading

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New French Thought

Very interesting set of seminars at The Public School in New York later this month. They focus on new French thought – that is outside of the 1960s/70s generation – and the thinkers covered are Catherine Malabou, Bernard Stiegler, Mehdi Belhaj … Continue reading

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Gratton on Stiegler

Since Peter Gratton kindly links to my Erlangen lecture, it is perhaps appropriate to link to his review of Bernard Stiegler’s book Taking Care of Youth and the Generations. Gratton’s critique is pretty compelling, and I have to confess I’ve … Continue reading

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