Dialectics Unbound: On the Possibility of Total Writing by Maxwell Kennel FORTHCOMING: Spring 2013 Dialectics Unbound: On the Possibility of Total Writing re-imagines figures of ontological totality, in and out of writing, first by exploring some lineages of the dialectic, and second by engaging thinkers such as Theodor Adorno and his assertion of nonidentity, Julia… Continue reading Dialectics Unbound (Book Page)
This past Friday Amy and I embarked on a journey to the University of Western Ontario’s Centre for Theory and Criticism, and despite the weather we arrived safely and had an excellent lunch with Peter Schwenger on campus where we talked about Vilem Flusser and Peter’s forthcoming At the Borders of Sleep. After lunch we… Continue reading Theory Session Debrief
It appears that my review essay is available online, and Peter Gratton got to it before I did.
Speculations III is out now, and my review of Circus Philosophicus is available here. I’ll post more thoughts on it soon, perhaps a little postscript.
Also, the poster for the Fall Theory Sessions is available here.
Subversive Anabaptism: Revolution and Reformation in The Naked Anabaptist
Coming out in Symposium this Winter. Read in online here!
The first paper I attended was presented by Luke Davies of the University of Toronto (who I had heard give a paper on Wittgenstein at the Windsor Conference). I can safely say that I learned more about Kant in that 20 minutes than in the several years preceding it. The next paper was presented by… Continue reading SUNY Reflection Updated!
“The seminar will first outline the shifts in culture, occurring in recent decades, from modernity to postmodernity as well as how these shifts are mirrored in technology. I will then present a view of technology specifically as a human tool, which is both used by individuals, and also forms and shapes individuals in social and… Continue reading Abstract for the “Seminar on Technology” for MCC Assembly
Hey Folks, It looks like I’ll be speaking again at an undergraduate philosophy conference, this time in New York state. Amy and I will be heading down at the end of next week for a few days of presentations and a lot of reading time on the Greyhound. It will be nice to get away… Continue reading “Towards an Ontology of Division” at SUNY Oneonta