The Neganthropocene

The Neganthropocene

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ISBN-13: 9781785420481
Publisher: Open Humanities Press CIC
Publication date: 04/20/2018
Series: Critical Climate Chaos
Pages: 346
Sales rank: 286,662
Product dimensions: 6.00(w) x 8.90(h) x 1.00(d)

About the Author

Bernard Stiegler is a French philosopher who is director of the Institut de recherche et d'innovation, and a doctor of the Ecole des Hautes Etudes en Sciences Sociales. He has been a program director at the Collège international de philosophie, senior lecturer at Université de Compiègne, deputy director general of the Institut National de l'Audiovisuel, director of IRCAM, and director of the Cultural Development Department at the Centre Pompidou. He is also president of Ars Industrialis, an association he founded in 2006, as well as a distinguished professor of the Advanced Studies Institute of Nanjing, and visiting professor of the Academy of the Arts of Hangzhou, as well as a member of the French government's Conseil national du numérique. Stiegler has published more than thirty books, all of which situate the question of technology as the repressed centre of philosophy, and in particular insofar as it constitutes an artificial, exteriorised memory that undergoes numerous transformations in the course of human existence.

Table of Contents

INTRODUCTION, by Daniel Ross

PART ONE: ANTHROPCENE, ENTROPOCENE, NEGANTHROPOCENE

1. The Anthropocene and Neganthropology

2. Escaping the Anthropocene

3. Symptomatology of the Month of January 2015 in France

4. Elements of Neganthropology: For an Imagining of the Future of Neurotechnology

5. Passages to the Act, Dialogical Interactions and Short-Circuits in Interactivity

6. Welcome to the Anthropocene: Text for an Encounter between Bernard Stiegler and Peter Sloterdijk

7. Governing Towards the Neganthropocene

8. Five Theses after Schmitt and Bratton

9. Capitalism as Epistēmē and Entropocene

PART TWO: SCREENS, DREAMS, POWER AND POWERLESSNESS

10. The Organology of Dreams and Arche-Cinema

11. The Writing Screen

12. Power, Powerlessness, Thinking and Future



PART THREE: CARING BEYOND THE ENTROPOCENE

13. What is Called Caring? Thinking Beyond the Anthropocene

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