Tag archive: negativity

A Misosophical Confession

A Misosophical Confession

  Originally published on Through Europe, September 2014   “Thought is primarily trespass and violence, the enemy, and nothing presupposes philosophy: everything begins with misosophy.”[i] “As far as ‘thought’ is concerned, works are falsifications, since they eliminate the provisional and the non-repeatable, the instantaneous and the mingling of purity and impurity, disorder and order.”[ii] “I…

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…

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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