Struggle and utopia at the end times of philosophy / François Laruelle ; translated by Drew S. Burk and Anthony Paul Smith.
- Standardized Title:
- Lutte et l'utopie à la fin des temps philosophiques. English
- 1st ed.
- Minneapolis : Univocal, ©2012.
xxiii, 250 pages ; 21 cm
- Philosophy, Modern -- 20th century.
- Utopian fiction.
- Translated from the French.
- Very few thinkers have travelled the heretical path that François Laruelle walks between philosophy and nonphilosophy. For Laruelle, the future of philosophy is problematic, but a mutation of its functions is possible. Up until now, philosophy has merely been a utopia concerned with the past and provided only the services of its conservation. We must introduce a rigorous and nonimaginary practice of a utopia in action, a philo-fiction - a close relative to science fiction.
- Introduction: man as ultimatum and as testament
Summary of non-philosophy
Clarifications on the three axioms
Philosophizability and practicity
Let us make a tabula rasa out of the future or of utopia as method
Outline for a non-institutional utopia L'organisation non-philosophique internationale (ONPHI)
The right and left of non-philosophy
Rebel in the soul: a theory of future struggle.
- Burk, Drew.
Smith, Anthony Paul, 1982-
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