Laruelle and Non-Philosophy

John Mullarkey and I just sent off the completed manuscript for Laruelle and Non-Philosophy, which includes essays from Speculative Heresy favorites like Ray Brassier, Katerina Kolovzova, and Alexander R. Galloway, as well essays from Anne-Françoise Schmid, Marjorie Gracieuse, Rocco Gangle, Michael J. Olsen, John, myself, and an essay of and interview with Laruelle himself. We think it will be an important volume for those who are interested in Laruelle’s non-philosophy and help set the stage for further engagements with his work. The point of non-philosophy is, of course, not to provide yet another philosopher-guru, but aims to make use of philosophy and other forms of thinking. But understanding the method will help towards that end.

John has also written a short piece, extending on our editors’ introduction, that responds to Harman’s August review of the recent translation Philosophies of Difference.

1 thought on “Laruelle and Non-Philosophy

  1. Congratulations Anthony, I’m really looking forward to it!

    On the other hand, it is nothing short of scandalous that the London Graduate School (and indeed Edinburgh University Press!) would allow such a piece of trolling to be published under their name. Doubtlessly, they should expect a very indignant email of cease&desist to hit their inbox soon.

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