Category Archives: Alberto Toscano

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Interesting review of Alberto Toscano’s Fanaticism book on The Guardian website (via Verso blog) Video of Quentin Meillassoux in action here (in French, via Graham Harman) I finished Wu Ming’s 54. Quite good and some nice moments. Think Eco or Pynchon … Continue reading

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Alberto Toscano – Fanaticism

Just finished reading Alberto Toscano’s book Fanaticism. A very interesting book and a great project – a kind of genealogy or conceptual history of the uses and abuses of the term. Lots of interesting ideas and a lot to take … Continue reading

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Cartographies of the Absolute

Infinite Thought reports that Alberto Toscano has a new project underway. There is a blog and a forthcoming book written with Jeff Zinkle on cognitive mapping with Zer0. Looking interesting. Alberto was a PhD student at Warwick when I taught … Continue reading

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