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Tendencies of Life and Death

Tendencies of Life and Death

Originally published on Through Europe, April 2014   Life forever holds within itself, coiled at the very centre of its unfolding, the fearful promise of death. That death, emerging from the shadows of the living, from the darkness that forever follows the living, brings about an absolute end-of-life, brings down its sickle upon the vitality…

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…

Fragments on the zombie myth: the mortification of general intellect and the half-life of the cognitariat

Fragments on the zombie myth: the mortification of general intellect and the half-life of the cognitariat

  Originally published on Through Europe, October 2013   “The only modern myth is the myth of zombies—mortified schizos, good for work, brought back to reason.” Gilles Deleuze & Félix Guattari The zombie is the point at which power’s domination, the domination of the state and of capital in all its shades – subjective, existential,…

The Joys of Being Wrong

The Joys of Being Wrong

  Originally published on Through Europe, September 2013   To some eyes this may read as a disclaimer, an attempt to remove all responsibility from that which is written or said, an abscondment from intellectual and ethical accountability; and perhaps to some extent, and from certain perspectives, it is.  Disclaimers are certainly popular in contemporary…

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