Brian Massumi: ECONOMIES OF ONTOPOWER. JOURNEY TO THE NEOLIBERAL LIMIT

n-1 Edições, São Paulo and Helsinki, Forthcoming 2014. Part 1: The Inmost End The Market in Wonderland System Distrust Collapse of the Affective Wave-Packet Part 2: A Deciding Done Through Me       Deliberation Without Attention Jamming Rational Choice The Primes of Life Towards a Politics of Dividualism Double Involuntary / Autonomous Decision Fielding the Event Tribunals of Reason Finessing the Event Part 3: Beyond Self-Interest    Your Life for My Little Finger Contiguity, Most Distant The Argument from Intensity The Other as Sign of Passion A Freedom of the Event The Flashpoint of... Read The Rest →

Peter Pál Pelbart: Cartography of Exhaustion. Nihilism Inside Out

n-1 Edições, São Paulo and Helsinki 2013. LIFE, BODY, POWER How to Live Alone The Body of the Formless Bare Life, beastly Life, a Life NIHILISM, DISASTER, COMMUNITY Crossin Nihilism Deleuze, Nihilism, Capitalism The Community of Those Who Do not Have A Community EXHAUSTION, MADNESS, OUTSIDE Exhaustion and Creation Wander Lines Inhuman Polyphony in the Theater of Madness The Deterritorialized Unconsciouss The Thought of the Outside, the Outside of Thought TIME, EXPERIENCE, DESUBJECTIVITION Images of Time in Deleuze Experience and Abandon of the Self Subjectivation and Desubjectivation AFTERWORD ADDENDUM Interview with... Read The Rest →

Maurizio Lazzarato: Signs, Machines, Subjectivities

São Paulo and Helsinki: n-1 Edições 2014 INTRODUCTION 1 PRODUCTION AND THE PRODUCTION OF SUBJECTIVITY Social subjection and machinic enslavement Human/machine vs humans/machinies Egyptian megamachine The functions of subjection Capital as a semiotic operator The concept of “production” Desire and production The failure of “human capital” 2. SIGNIFYING SEMIOLOGIES AND ASIGNIFYING SEMIOTICS IN PRODUCTION AND IN THE PRODUCTION OF SUBJECTIVITY The remains of structuralism: language without structure Signifying semiologies Asignifying semiotics 3 MIXED SEMIOTICS The trader’s machinic subjectivity The mixed semiotics of the human Cinema’s mixed semiotics Signifying and asignifying... Read The Rest →

Akseli Virtanen: Arbitrary Power. A Critique of Biopolitical Economy

n-1 Edições, São Paulo, Forthcoming 2014. Translated by Janna Jalkanen-Greenhill. Originally published as Biopoliittisen talouden kritiikki (Tutkijaliitto, Polemos-series, Helsinki 2006)   Preface ”The Importance of New Political Economy” The Time of Arbitrary Power I Biopower and Economy Biopower    A Nietzschean Communist    The Death of Man    Dynamis dynasteia    Biopower The Entrance of Life into History    General Economy (Allmännä hushållningen) The Refrain: Oikos, Polis, Nomos Oikos: The Heroes of Oikos Before Politics Polis: A Bad Solution to the Heroes’ Problem of Organization Nomos: Pastoral Power vs. War Machine... Read The Rest →

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