segunda-feira, 2 de abril de 2012


Professor François Laruelle will give his second set of talks on Non-Standard Philosophy at the London Graduate School on May 8th and 9th 2012.

The May events comprise an afternoon workshop on May 8th, 2-5pm in The Conservatory, Bloomsbury Publishing, 50 Bedford Square, London, WC1B 3DP – this is open to postgraduates, independent scholars, and faculty working in areas related to the field (reservation required). It is followed the next day by an evening lecture 6-8pm, May 9th in Swedenborg Hall, 20/21 Bloomsbury Way, London WC1A 2TH – this is open to members of the public (no reservation required, but come early to get a seat).

Professor Laruelle has taught at both the University of Paris X and the Collège international de philosophie, and is a Visiting Professor at the London Graduate School, Kingston University. He is the author of over twenty books, including Les philosophies de la différence (1986), Principes de la non-philosophie (1996), Le Christ futur (2002), and, most recently, Le Concept de non-photographie and Anti-Badiou (both 2011) – all of which have either just appeared or will soon appear in English translation. A number of collections of new essays on Laruelle will also appear this year.

Over this forty year period, Laruelle has constructed one of the most demanding, methodical, and provocative intellectual practices in contemporary theory – an absolutely immanent materialism of thought. The purpose of these series of talks at the LGS will be both to cover the conceptual background to Non-Standard Philosophy and to explore its consequences for theory throughout the arts, sciences, and humanities.

Further information and reservations are available through

Professor John Mullarkey:

Professor John Mullarkey, MA, PhD
Film and Television Studies
School of Performance and Screen Studies
Faculty of Arts and Social Sciences
Kingston University, London
Room MB338
Penryhn Road
Kingston upon Thames

Surrey KT1 2EE
England, UK
020 841 77427

Executive Member, London Graduate School
Chair, Society for European Philosophy
Executive Editor, Film-Philosophy

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