‘In-the-Last-Humanity’: François Laruelle @ CSM


Just spotted this event on the staff mailing list.

Public Lecture

Professor François Laruelle

‘In-the-Last-Humanity: On the “Speculative” Ecology of Man, Animal and Plant’

June 3, 5pm, 2013

Central Saint Martins

Lecture Theatre E002, Granary Building, 1 Granary Square, London.

This is the 3rd in a series of lectures Professor François Laruelle is giving at the London Graduate School, London. This talk is presented with the support of the School of Art, Central Saint Martins, University of the Arts.

Following the lecture there will be a reception and book launch for the translation of Laruelle’s Principles of Non-Philosophy, trans. Anthony Paul Smith and Nicola Rubczak (Bloomsbury, 2013).

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, London. He is the author of over twenty books, including Philosophies of Difference (trans. 2010), Future Christ (trans. 2010), Principles of Non-Philosophy (trans. 2013), and, most recently, The Concept of Non-Photography (2011) and Anti-Badiou (2011, trans. 2013).

This event is open to members of the public (no reservation required, but come early to get a seat).

For further information, contact Prof John Mullarkey – j.mullarkey@kingston.ac.uk

Apparently, there is also at talk by Michael Marder on 8 May at UCL where he will be talking about his recent book Plant-Thinking: A Philosophy of Vegetal Life. It hasn’t been advertised externally, so I don’t know whether it’s a public event. More information welcome!


2 thoughts on “‘In-the-Last-Humanity’: François Laruelle @ CSM

  1. Matthew Paskins

    Michael Marder is speaking on “Plant Thinking: a Philosophical Toolkit” at UCL! Wednesday May 8th,5-6.30, Roberts Building 106. All welcome.

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