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  • Novo volume: Com Eros a partir de Herbert Marcuse

    2021-04-06

    A presença de um impulso erótico no ser humano – de acordo com Freud – fornece a Marcuse o fundamento da crença na possibilidade de libertação do que é oferecido como realidade opressiva, regida por repressão e recalque das pulsões. Por haver algo que pulsa em direção ao encontro com unidades de vida cada vez mais amplo – na direção oposta da dissolução dos laços afetivos –, Marcuse mantém-se fiel à ideia de uma subjetividade capaz de rebelar-se e sobreviver contra as forças de Thanatos.

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  • Forthcoming volume: From Worlds of Possibles to Possible Worlds: On Post-nihilism and Dwelling

    2021-03-06
    The volume’s purpose is to examine new perspectives on worlding against what looks like a significant shift recently registered in the politics of theory, one which has led from the exploration of the possible into the subsequent investigation of the compossible, i.e. from the counter-capitalist drive towards deterritorialisation (whose flag capitalism hoists today to an unprecedented degree) into the post-capitalist reinvention of new existential territories (partly virtual, partly already real) at the interface of modern frustrations, the logics of the otherwise supplied by extra-modern ontologies, and the polyvalent opportunities brought about by inter-species forms of relationality, thus encouraging (against despotic encodings and active nihilisms alike) a re-stitching of liberation and dwelling, Dionysus and Apollo, on behalf of what might be labelled a cosmopolitics and a poetics of care.    We welcome papers on new venues of modal thought (possibility, compossibility, chance, necessity, etc.) in connection to questions of order, chaos, immanence, singularity, and variation; post-foundational and meta-foundational axiomatics around notions like Grund, Abgrund, archai, an-archai, and multicentric generativity; cosmopolitical pragmatics of alliance, the metaphysics of the others, and the poetics of dwelling against the politics of devastation; extra-modern (indigenous) ontologies, epistemologies, socialities, and the rearticulation of the otherwise; and the narratives of new trans-objectual landscapes, inter-species interactions, and new existential niches.   Edited by Sofya Gevorkyan & Carlos A. Segovia   Languages: English, French, Spanish, Portuguese (submissions in any other language will be considered too)   Deadline: September 31, 2021 Saiba mais sobre Forthcoming volume: From Worlds of Possibles to Possible Worlds: On Post-nihilism and Dwelling
  • Forthcoming volume: From Worlds of Possibles to Possible Worlds: On Post-nihilism and Dwelling

    2021-03-06
    The volume’s purpose is to examine new perspectives on worlding against what looks like a significant shift recently registered in the politics of theory, one which has led from the exploration of the possible into the subsequent investigation of the compossible, i.e. from the counter-capitalist drive towards deterritorialisation (whose flag capitalism hoists today to an unprecedented degree) into the post-capitalist reinvention of new existential territories (partly virtual, partly already real) at the interface of modern frustrations, the logics of the otherwise supplied by extra-modern ontologies, and the polyvalent opportunities brought about by inter-species forms of relationality, thus encouraging (against despotic encodings and active nihilisms alike) a re-stitching of liberation and dwelling, Dionysus and Apollo, on behalf of what might be labelled a cosmopolitics and a poetics of care.    We welcome papers on new venues of modal thought (possibility, compossibility, chance, necessity, etc.) in connection to questions of order, chaos, immanence, singularity, and variation; post-foundational and meta-foundational axiomatics around notions like Grund, Abgrund, archai, an-archai, and multicentric generativity; cosmopolitical pragmatics of alliance, the metaphysics of the others, and the poetics of dwelling against the politics of devastation; extra-modern (indigenous) ontologies, epistemologies, socialities, and the rearticulation of the otherwise; and the narratives of new trans-objectual landscapes, inter-species interactions, and new existential niches.   Edited by Sofya Gevorkyan & Carlos A. Segovia   Languages: English, French, Spanish, Portuguese (submissions in any other language will be considered too)   Deadline: September 31, 2021 Saiba mais sobre Forthcoming volume: From Worlds of Possibles to Possible Worlds: On Post-nihilism and Dwelling