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What Is Nothing?: Alenka Zupančič with Martin Heidegger
(University of Canterbury, 2018)
One of the aims of Alenka Zupančič in writing What IS Sex was not, we can be sure, facilitating a rapprochement between psychoanalytic thinking and the philosophy of Martin Heidegger. Although Zupančič does mention Heidegger’s ...
The End of Resistance: Hegel’s Insubstantial Freedom
(University of Canterbury, 2016)
The Particularity of the Capitalist Universal
(University of Canterbury, 2017)
The Monadology The capitalist epoch is the first in human history that permits subjects to view themselves as isolated entities with no inherent connection to their fellow beings. In the capitalist universe, there is no ...
Review of Samo Tomšič, The Labour of Enjoyment: Towards a Critique of Libidinal Economy, Berlin: August Verlag, 2019.
(University of Canterbury, 2019)
If Samo Tomšič’s first book, The Capitalist Unconscious, depicts the marriage of Marx and Freud, his follow-up, The Labour of Enjoyment, enacts the consummation of that marriage. As such, the book provides a heretofore ...