A detailed analysis of how Deleuze and Guattari’s work engaged with the upheavals of their time.
Raunig develops a philosophy of dividuality as a way of addressing contemporary modes of production and forms of life.
The changes taking place in our aesthetic and emotional sensibility: a deep mutation in the psychosphere, caused by semio-capitalism.
Essays and articles that trace Guattari’s intellectual and political development before Anti-Oedipus.
Virno’s meditation on speech as an intrinsically political practice mediating between biological invariants and changing historical determinations.
The second, and longest, volume in Peter Sloterdijk’s celebrated Spheres trilogy, on the world history and philosophy of globalization.
An analysis of how Mitterand came to power in France and how political power seduced the French Left and became a simulacrum.
An analysis of how capitalism today produces subjectivity like any other “good,” and what would allow us to escape its hold.
A memoir and a meditation on individual and class identity, and the forces that keep us locked in political closets.
Writings by Negri on the brief thaw in the cold winter of neoliberalism, Thatcherism, Reaganomics, and counterrevolution.
Baudrillard’s essential crib-book, lexicon, and companion piece to any and all of his books and a prescient portrait of our contemporary condition.
A vision of the city as a web of interactive, informational networks that turn our world into a prison-house of illusory transcendence.
A playful, personal, and profound interview with Gilles Deleuze, covering topics from “Animal” to “Zigzag.”
The first volume in Peter Sloterdijk’s monumental Spheres trilogy: an investigation of humanity’s engagement with intimate spaces.
Christian Marazzi’s first book: a post-Fordist classic on the roots to economic crises in the contemporary age.
Key writings and projects from the group of architects, sociologists, and urbanists known as Utopie.
A series of dialogues with the most exciting and controversial German philosopher writing today.
An early work that lays the foundation for establishing a “polemical” dimension to psychoanalysis.
Clastres’s final, posthumous book on the affirmative role of violence in “primitive societies.”
An examination of new forms of alienation in our never-off, plugged-in culture--and a clarion call for a “conspiracy of estranged people.”
A new, expanded, and reorganized edition of a collection of texts that present a fuller scope to Guattari’s thinking from 1977 to 1985.
Virilio introduces his understanding of "picnolepsy"—the epileptic state of consciousness produced by speed.
Terrorism as the matrix of modern and postmodern war, from Ypres to Auschwitz, from the bombing of Dresden to the attack on the World Trade Center.
Letters by writer, filmmaker, and cultural revolutionary Guy Debord conjure a vivid picture of the dynamic first years of the Situationist International movement.
Groundbreaking essays that introduce Guattari’s theories of “schizo-analysis,” in an expanded edition.
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