One of the most innovative and brilliant philosophers of his generation, but largely neglected until he was brought to public attention by Gilles Deleuze, Gilbert Simondon presents a challenge to nearly every category and method of traditional philosophy.
Psychic and Collective Individuation is undoubtedly Simondon's most important work and its influence, clearly felt in Stiegler and DeLanda, has continued to grow. David Scott provides the first full introduction to this work, which will inspire as well as instruct philosophers working in Continental thought, philosophy of science, social theory and political philosophy.
|Publisher:||Edinburgh University Press|
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About the Author
David Scott is Associate Professor of Philosophy at Coppin State University, Baltimore. He has translated work by Simondon, Gaston Bachelard and Gilles Deleuze and has numerous articles published in journals including Angelaki, The European Legacy, Continental Philosophy Review and Chiasmi.
Table of Contents
1. Ontogenesis And The Concepts Of Individuation
2. Ontogenesis And The Concepts Of Individuation
3. Individuation And Affectivity
4. Problematic Of Ontogenesis And Psychic Individuation
5. The Individual And The Social, The Individuation Of The Group
6. Collective As Condition Of Signification
7. An Ethics Of Ontogenesis And A Non-Human Humanism