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"Less a juncture to control than an adventure to be had" - Working with Michel Serres and Mikhail Bakhtin (2005)

Image: “Abyss” by Alpha Coders

While working on my section for the forthcoming Routledge International Handbook of Interdisciplinary Methods, I stumbled upon an old essay on researching with Michel Serres and Mikhail Bakhtin. 393 more words

Thoughts On Matter

Michel Serres

Bruno Latour enthusiasts will not be surprised to read here of my affection for the work of Michel Serres. A philosopher and historian with a rich background in both the sciences and the humanities, Serres’ elegant scholarship and non-modern sensibilities gives texture to some of Latour’s most impactful concepts and ideas.  266 more words

The 'Brettwork'

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

The Thumb Generation - Michel Serres

As novas tecnologias trouxeram ao mundo muitas novas formas de comunicar, de trabalhar, de ensinar e até mesmo de pensar. Por isso mesmo, os públicos, que um profissional de Relações Públicas tinha que lidar há duas décadas atrás são muito diferentes daqueles que tem que ligar hoje. 1,560 more words

Millennial Generation: Understanding the New Publics

Não é novidade quando digo que o mundo mudou.

Mas esta transformação que vemos decorrer debaixo do nosso olhar, por vezes letárgico, é uma das transformações que mais rapidamente se desencadeou. 1,425 more words

RP Posts

You cannot be Serres-ist?! Baal and the Challenger explosion

Okay, I will admit to being prejudiced.  Or rather, having encountered a certain group and then unfairly tarred’em all with the same brush.
And that group is….   111 more words


French Philosophy Today reviewed at NDPR

French Philosophy Today has just been reviewed over at Notre Dame Philosophical Reviews. Here are some highlights:

Gilles Deleuze and Félix Guattari’s famously defined philosophical production as concept creation.

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