Paul B. Precious: Testo Junkie. Sex, drugs and biopolitics in the pharmacopornographic age
DESIRE: On the intersex subject and revolutionary impatience. A resistance made possible by the 'potentia gaudendi', the reserve of unrestrained 'pleasure potency' which constitutes the basic assumption of the philosophy of desire from Reich to Deleuze and Guattari. 'Polemical non-fiction'? Paul B. Preciado takes up Engels' confrontation with the norms of "the family, the state and private property".
PHILOSOPHY: The immune democracy. According to the Italian philosopher Donatella Di Cwesare, there exists today a political culture ruled by the fear of the foreigner and the future, a sham democracy in favor of security, control and short-term competitive considerations. And those who consider themselves "liberal" today have suffered greatly in standing up to the irrational impulses and decisions that govern the market and the pursuit of short-term profit.
TECHNOLOGY: What can we say about the ever-increasing technological and state-of-the-art sphere we live in? Animations and simulations appear more and more as "living organisms", while biological life has increasingly become "artificial".
: The community to come is a learned, rich, complex and sometimes obscure text. Here and there it borders on the mystery: Agamben empties the ram of a patriarchal God the Father with one hand and re-establishes with Spinoza the divinity of all things with the other, before pulling it all back into the profane, and then holding the "solution." a trembling aura, ahead of us.
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