Matteo Pasquinelli, What an Apparatus is Not: On the Archeology of the Norm in Foucault, Canguilhem, and Goldstein

In the new issue 22 (2015) of Parrhesia (open access)

Table of contents
FEATURES

The Technological Condition
Erich Hörl, translated by Anthony Enns

The Real and the All-Too-Human
Joseph Vogl, translated by William Callison

ESSAYS

‘A Cataclysm of Truth from a Crisis of Falsehood’: Reading Habermas on Calvino
Geoff Boucher

Marxism and Money in Deleuze and Guattari’s Capitalism and Schizophrenia: On the Conflict Between the Theories of Suzanne de Brunhoff and Bernard Schmitt
Christian Kerslake

What an Apparatus is Not: On the Archeology of the Norm in Foucault, Canguilhem, and Goldstein
Matteo Pasquinelli

Biopolitics and Community of LIfe: Between Naturalism and Animism
Inna Viriasova

REVIEW ESSAY

To Not Forget: Pierre Hadot’s Last Book on Goethe.
Pierre Hadot, N’Oublie pas de vivre: Goethe et la tradition des exercises spirituels
Matthew Sharpe

REVIEWS

(Re)Treating Master-bation.
Leo Bersani, Thoughts and Things
Christian Hite

The Recovery of the One.
Katerina Kolozova, Cut of the Real: Subjectivity in Poststructuralist Philosophy
Maxwell Kennel

Mort à Discredit: Otium, Negotium, and the Critique of Transcendental Miserabilism.
Bernard Stiegler, Disbelief and Discredit, volumes I-III
Dan Mellamphy and Nandita Biswas Mellamphy

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