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Boyan Manchev: Pandora's Toy, or zoon technicon and the Technical Ghosts of the Future
Pandora's Toy, or zoon technicon and the Technical Ghosts of the Future
(S. 67 – 79)

Boyan Manchev

Pandora's Toy, or zoon technicon and the Technical Ghosts of the Future

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Boyan Manchev

Boyan Manchev ist Philosoph und Professor an der Neuen Bulgarischen Universität (Sofia). Er ist auch ehemaliger Programmdirektor und Vizepräsident des Internationalen Kollegs für Philosophie in Paris und Professor an der Universität der Künste Berlin. Er ist Autor von fünfzehn Büchern, darunter Freedom in spite of Everything. Surcritique and Modal Ontology (2020), The New Athanor. Prolegomena zur philosophischen Phantastik (Bd. 1, 2020), Clouds. Philosophie des freien Körpers (2019), Logik des Politischen (2012), Miracolo (Lanfranchi, 2011), L’altération du monde (Lignes, 2009), La Métamorphose et l'instant – Désorganisation de la vie (La Phocide, 2009), The Body-Metamorphosis (2007), The Unimaginable (2003). https://boyanmanchev.net/

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Elisabeth von Samsonow (Hg.): Epidemic Subjects—Radical Ontology

Modern philosophy continues to grapple with the idea of subjectivity—and, as the concept of subjectivity has been refined and redefined, the struggle has spread to the ways we conceive of sovereignty, collectivity, nationality, and identity. Yet, in the absence of an authoritative account of these concepts, new ways of thinking have emerged which continue to evolve.
Epidemic Subjects—Radical Ontology brings together a team of contributors who forge a radically inclusive definition of subjectivity. Drawing on Gilles Deleuze and Félix Guattari’s concept of the “girl” as a heuristic device for examining modern society, they tie together recent trends in philosophy and offer a concrete way forward from the conception of the “thing” or “object” privileged by new materialism, speculative realism, and other theories of subjectivity.