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    Laura Lotti, “Making sense of power”: Repurposing Gilbert Simondon's philosophy of individuation for a mechanist approach to capitalism (by way of François Laruelle)

    Johnathan R. Razorback
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    Laura Lotti, “Making sense of power”: Repurposing Gilbert  Simondon's philosophy of individuation for a  mechanist approach to capitalism (by way of  François Laruelle) Empty Laura Lotti, “Making sense of power”: Repurposing Gilbert Simondon's philosophy of individuation for a mechanist approach to capitalism (by way of François Laruelle)

    Message par Johnathan R. Razorback Jeu 28 Nov - 15:48

    https://www.academia.edu/12718259/_Making_sense_of_power_Repurposing_Gilbert_Simondons_philosophy_of_individuation_for_a_mechanist_approach_to_capitalism_by_way_of_François_Laruelle_?email_work_card=view-paper

    "Because matter and form are not ontologically constitutive, but a dimension of individuation, everything departs from an undifferentiated being, defined in the third part of Du Mode as “primitive magical unity” or apeiron (Simondon, 1989a, p. 162), in which there is no distinction between subject and object, man and nature. Being subsequently individuates under different guises – crystals, animals, humans, thought, technology, even relations (Simondon, 1992, p. 306). This is important to clarify Simondon's conception of politics. To Simondon politics is a mode of individuation of thought that departs from the aforementioned apeiron in accordance with a system of signification that affects, via its milieu, the process of individuation of other beings." (p.24)
    -Laura Lotti, “Making sense of power”: Repurposing Gilbert Simondon's philosophy of individuation for a mechanist approach to capitalism (by way of François Laruelle), Platform: Journal of Media and Communication, Volume 6 (2015): 22-33.



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