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Tiqqoun : théorie du bloom 

“Lettre à l’éditeur,

Contre toute apparence, il ne s’agit pas d’un livre, mais d’un virus éditorial.

Le Livre, en tant qu’il se tenait face à son lecteur dans la même feinte complétude, dans la même suffisance close que le Sujet classique devant ses semblables, est, non moins que la figure classique de l'”Homme”, une forme morte. 349 more words


"Watch your wallet at the Pantheon" / Memorable Fancies #1721

[“From time to time … one must redo one’s personal Pantheon, even if it is with a suspicious eagerness that one throws the once honorable bones out onto the streets.” – Alain Badiou] 21 more words


What is philosophy?

Why do some people philosophize? What need is there for philosophy today? Who cares, right? Well, some people do. And some people ask you: What is philosophy? 1,423 more words


The Return of Religion, Kettle Logic, and the Secular Dilemma

At this year’s Australasian Society of Continental Philosophy conference I had the pleasure of responding to Gregg Lambert’s new book Return Statements: The Return of Religion in Contemporary Philosophy… 108 more words

Jean-Luc Nancy

French Philosophy Today to join Difficult Atheism on Edinburgh Scholarship Online

I’ve just learned that French Philosophy Today will shortly join Difficult Atheism on Edinburgh Scholarship Online.

This, I hope, will come as good news to at least some of those who have been in touch with me about the price of the hardback edition.

Michel Serres