Tag archive: anthropology

Fragments for a radically negative anthropology

Fragments for a radically negative anthropology

Originally published on Through Europe, January 2015     What follows are various fragments that emerged from the efforts to explore what a radically negative anthropology might be.  They were written a number of years ago now and are revived to assist in a rethinking of what the project of a radically negative anthropology might…

The Haunting of Man: on the possibility of a panecastic anthropos

The Haunting of Man: on the possibility of a panecastic anthropos

Originally published on Through Europe, February 2014   The question of the anthropos lingers on, it remains as the ghostly apparition of that which was never thought, it continues, resting beneath a thin shadowy surface concealing its phantasmagorical form, it hovers beyond the vision of those who would fain it realised. The questions and answers…

A first (and failed) attempt at a manifesto for a radically negative anthropology

A first (and failed) attempt at a manifesto for a radically negative anthropology

Originally published on Through Europe, January 2014     “Breathing has become difficult, almost impossible: as a matter of fact, one suffocates. One suffocates every day and the symptoms of suffocation are disseminated all along the paths of daily life … There are no more maps we can trust, no more destinations for us to…

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