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The first collection of critical essays on the work of this most original thinker. Francois Laruelle is one of the most important French philosophers of the last 20 years, and as his texts have become available in English there has been a rising tide of interest in his work, particularly on the concept of 'Non-Philosophy'. Non-philosophy radically rethinks many of the most ...more
Hardcover, 272 pages
Published August 14th 2012 by Edinburgh University Press (first published July 3rd 2012)
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May 09, 2015 Alexander rated it really liked it
I don't tend to read edited collections - for whatever reason - but given the scarcity of English resources on the work of Francois Laruelle, picking this one up was an easy choice to make. And it was mostly a good one. Which is not to say that I'm totally on board the Laruelle train, but just that if you want to know exactly where that train is heading in the first place, this isn't at all a bad place to look. After all, one of the challenges of reading Laruelle is his incredibly alien ...more
Apr 27, 2015 Niklas rated it really liked it
The introduction, the essays by Smith, Mullarkey, Laruelle and Schmid are very good. The interview at the end is a nice coda.
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John Mullarkey is Professor of Film and Television Studies at Kingston University, UK since 2010.
In the past he taught philosophy and film theory at the University of Sunderland, England (1994-2004) and the University of Dundee, Scotland (2004 to 2010).
In 2014, his name reverted from the English ‘Mullarkey’ to the original Irish, ‘Ó Maoilearca’, which ultimately translates as ‘follower of the anim
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