Levi Bryant: “Two Ontologies: Posthumanism and Lacan’s Graph of Sexuation”

 

Audio of Levi Bryant’s lecture, “Two Ontologies: Posthumanism and Lacan’s Graph of Sexuation” which took place at Independent Colleges in Dublin on 3 July. Part 2 with responses from Paul Ennis and Michael O’Rourke will be available shortly. 

 

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  1. A cohort of my sent this link to me, to a dissertation that walks the reader through the formulae of sexuation, explaining each symbol and their combinations together. Puts Lacan’s discourse theory into the formulae and even a topological figure. Pretty good, I can’t understand much, but with time it looks like it can be understood. Seems Lacan derived the formulae from Aristotle by way of a contemporary comentary.

    http://www.academia.edu/5984726/Sexuated_Topology_and_the_Suspension_of_Meaning_A_Non-Hermeneutical_Phenomenological_Approach_to_Textual_Analysis

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