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Between Badiou and Valery: The Poetics of Subtraction and Dissemination

I like those lovers of poetry who venerate the goddess with too much lucidity to dedicate to her the slackness of their thought and the relaxation of their reason.

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Dystopian Reflections

French Philosophy Today: New figures of the Human, low-res cover

Today I received the first low resolution mock-up of the cover for my new book: French Philosophy Today. New Figures of the Human in Badiou, Meillassoux, Malabou, Serres and Latour.  12 more words

Michel Serres

A better way of saying 'Love'

From the book ‘In Praise of Love” by Alain Badiou

To love is to struggle, beyond solitude, with everything in the world that can animate existence. 680 more words


In Praise of Love

“I think… that love encompasses the experience of the possible transition from the pure randomness of chance to a state that has universal value. Starting out from something that is simply an encounter, a trifle, you learn that you can experience the world on the basis of difference and not only in terms of identity. 124 more words


"Seid Mutig", ein Interview mit Alain Badiou

Interview von Khusraw Mostafanejad für die Papierlose Zeitung

Wie ist Ihr erster Eindruck von der Autonomen Schule in Zürich?

Alain Badiou: Es ist eine starke Erfahrung, wirklich. 1,076 more words

Alternative Structures

Lightness and Weight: The politics of Love

The decade forever dubbed “The 60s” possess a near mythical existence in American history, for unlike the previous decades, the sixties fixation of the social is undeniable, its appetite for every percolated voice came frothing forth from the kettle. 703 more words

Fiction And Poetry