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2018

September 7

What Is Affect? (or, Gestures Towards an Outline for an Ethics of the Encounter)

June 30

Common sense as philosophical “misadventure” in Deleuze and Flaubert

April 9

(un)known(1): A retrospective of Autechre’s inhumanist aesthetics

March 28

Introduction to Inorganic Demonology: Reza Negarestani and The Exorcist

January 22

Usage of the Term “Schizophrenia” Beyond Medical Discourse: Two Misreadings of Anti-Oedipus

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2017

December 21

The Work Ethic and “Postwork Imaginaries”: From Max Weber to Kathi Weeks // Part 2

December 19

The Work Ethic and “Postwork Imaginaries”: From Max Weber to Kathi Weeks // Part 1

November 20

Petrohorror and Unknowing: Petrocultural Engagements with the Limits of Philosophical Thought // Part 2

November 15
Petrohorror and Unknowing: Petrocultural Engagements with the Limits of Philosophical Thought // Part 1

October 24
Evaluating Deleuze’s “The Image of Thought” (1968) as a Precursor of Hyperstition // Part 2

October 18
Evaluating Deleuze’s “The Image of Thought” (1968) as a Precursor of Hyperstition // Part 1

October 15
Update: October 2017

January 15
There Is An Alternative: A Tribute to Mark Fisher

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2016

November 15
Doctor Octopus: A Reading of Deleuze’s “Bartleby; or, The Formula” (1993)

October 1
Mandela Effect, Truth Affect

September 16
A Note on Hyperstition and Hidden Writing

June 24
Five Advantages of Brexit, From a Remainer’s Perspective

June 22
Epistemic Dam, or What Shadow of the Colossus Tells Us About Public Security and Societies of Control

March 14
Review: Inventing the Future: Postcapitalism and a World Without Work by Nick Srnicek and Alex Williams

January 30
World of Ecco: A Look Back at Chuck Person’s Eccojams Volume 1.

2015

December 28
Red Adam: Accelerationist Subjectivisation and Borges’s “The Circular Ruins”//Part 3: Negarestani – An Inhuman Subject?

December 21
Red Adam: Accelerationist Subjectivisation and Borges’s “The Circular Ruins”//Part 2: Brassier and the Promethean

December 14
Red Adam: Accelerationist Subjectivisation and Borges’s “The Circular Ruins”//Part 1: Accelerationism and the Ideology Without Subject

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