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From the Publisher"Stiegler's title is bold, but make no mistake: this book really isabout what makes life worth living. We can neglect this dimension– disastrously – or we can act to sustain it. Asurvival manual for the twenty-first century, this is alsocontemporary philosophy as a call to arms."
Martin Crowley, University of Cambridge
"This work, an excellent primer on the latest phase ofStiegler’s project and an excellent introduction to hiswriting, attempts to turn a thinking of the pharmakon from itsresonance as poison to that of a cure to the pan-toxicity he findsin the robo-interiorities of the present and their link toeco-catastrophic outcomes. What this book also displays isthat Stiegler has long been the most productive critical reader ofDerrida's legacy today – and this at a time when anythinglike official 'deconstruction' gasps for relevance.’"
Tom Cohen, State University of New York at Albany