By François Laruelle
This compelling and hugely unique booklet represents a disagreement among of the main radical thinkers at paintings in France at the present time: Alain Badiou and the writer, François Laruelle.
At face price, the 2 have a lot in universal: either espouse a place of absolute immanence; either argue that philosophy is conditioned through technological know-how; and either command a pluralism of idea. Anti-Badiou relates the parallel tales of Badiou's Maoist 'ontology of the void' and Laruelle's personal performative perform of 'non-philosophy' and explains why the 2 are in truth greatly various. Badiou's whole undertaking goals to re-educate philosophy via one technological know-how: arithmetic. Laruelle rigorously examines Badiou's Being and Event and indicates how Badiou has created a brand new aristocracy that crowns his personal philosophy because the grasp of a whole theoretical universe. In flip, Laruelle explains the distinction together with his personal non-philosophy as a real democracy of notion that breaks philosophy's continuous enthrall with arithmetic and as an alternative opens up a myriad of 'non-standard' locations the place pondering are available and practised.
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