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Unfortunately, the comps process does not lend itself to very consistent updating of a long-form blog. So I apologize for the increasing irregularity of my posts. That being said, I have been anything but un-busy for the past few months. To see one of the projects that has been taking up some of my non-blogging thought and effort, check out the videos from a few of the public lectures that my organization — The Pittsburgh Continental Philosophy Network — has released. Topics include: the phenomenology of poverty, the post-anthropocene, and passion. Be sure to stay tuned for two other videos in-process (to be released asap): one on the failure of phenomenological realism, and one on the non-phenomenological side of Merleau-Ponty.
Check out TSBB contributer Michael Dise’s contribution at The Progressive Pulse: “Business incentives that are a real leap of faith: State of Kentucky to help pay for Noah’s Ark”
[Edit: be sure to check out Ken Ham’s fantastic(ly bad) response to Michael’s peice — “Another Anti-Creation Museum, Anti-Ark Blitz”]
Here is this week’s Online Deleuze Reading Group Link
Deleuze’s “Nietzsche and Philosophy” Chapter 1, tonight at 10:00pm EST.
If you are interested in the Deleuze Online Reading Group in June, but have not sent me your email address to be added to the group list, please email one to me at (email@example.com). Thanks!
Having recieved some interest, the Deleuze Online Reading Group looks like it will be happening this June (starting on June 1st, 10:00pm). We will be reading one chapter of Nietzsche and Philosophy per week for five weeks, only about 35 pages a week (Yay, short!). I will be posting link a google+ link here the day of.
Anyone interested in an online reading group of Deleuze’s Nietzsche and Philosophy in June? It’s near the top of my “to read” list, and being fairly short, might not have the attrition rate that Difference and Repetition onfortunately had.
Send me an email or a message (or comment below) if you are interested.
It will most likely be Sunday nights at 10:00pm (EST) again, but that may be negotiable.