-The dynamic duo lives on… “Mais enfin, que croyez-vous que j’éprouve lorsque le nom de zarathoustra sort de la bouche des antisémites!” …larmes de Nietzsche, dé-centré.
-Recorded and Posted with Love(s). …”What’s in a name?”, Lenin’s father whispered…
-Frere-ski Thought’s from Pierre Angelique’s lost journal, October 28th 2014: The concepts that once sent me flying towards the sun now make me sick, as do the objects of my former adoration. It is only a pathetic situation because I never got close enough to feel the heat, to burn, to choke. Had I died … Continue reading
-The dynamic duo.
-S.W. avec <3 J.R. avec bowowowowowowowowow
Congrats to recent T&C graduate Curtis Allen, whose MA thesis “Deleuze Through Wittgenstein: Essays in Transcendental Empiricism” was among the five most popular theses downloaded from the online repository in the month of October! This thesis undertakes a comparative study of the philosophers Gilles Deleuze and Ludwig Wittgenstein to elaborate three related problems in what … Continue reading
Over 100 titles, some unpublished notes and manuscripts, signed copies and first editions in abundance… Here are just a few photos of what will soon be open for all to enjoy… and a song for this sin:
Friday, November 28th, 12:30, Somerville House 2348 Abstract: Philosophers have done a lot of stupid things. From drinking hemlock to endorsing the Nazi party, it’s sometimes amazing that these lovers of wisdom have the mental fortitude to put their pants on in the morning. This theory session attempts to correct some of continental philosophy’s most … Continue reading
Read by the lovely duo. “The obstacle met by the fragmentary activities oblivious to others—by action oblivious to the dream—is thus surmounted when two beings in love physically unite. Shadows pursued to the point of an embrace are no less amazing than the remote creatures of legends. The sudden apparition of a woman seems to … Continue reading
Nov. 27 at 4:30 in Somerville House Room 2348 Eric Cazdyn is Distinguished Professor of Aesthetics and Politics at the University of Toronto, and teaches in the Centre for Comparative Literature and Department of East Asian Studies. He is the author of several books, including The Flash of Capital: Film and Geopolitics in Japan (Duke, … Continue reading