Random Links

Anthony Paul Smith and Daniel Whistler have just had their edited collection released, After the Postsecular and the Postmodern, featuring cutting-edge work in philosophy of religion. It includes a number of works that make use of the speculative realist philosophers and should become a reference point for this field. While the cost of the book is unfortunate, most university libraries have easy-to-use systems set up to request the purchase of a book.

The newest issue of Parrhesia includes a new essay from Laruelle, translated by Alexander Galloway (along with a number of other really interesting articles and a roundtable on Nathan Widder’s book Reflections on Time and Politics).

Finally, a recent conference devoted to Gilbert Simondon’s work has made a number of the papers available online. Definitely worth checking out. (H/T Nandita)

5 thoughts on “Random Links

  1. OK, so the Simondon papers are private for now, but I’ve gotten word that they will be made public eventually. When that happens, I’ll be sure to post about it here.

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