Talkin’ Transindividuation and Collectivity: A Dialogue Between Jason Read and Jeremy Gilbert
Read, J. and Gilbert, J. 2019. Talkin’ Transindividuation and Collectivity: A Dialogue Between Jason Read and Jeremy Gilbert. Capacious: Journal for Emerging Affect Inquiry. 1 (4), pp. 56-77.
|Authors||Read, J. and Gilbert, J.|
Jason Read and Jeremy Gilbert have kept more than a compatriot’s side-eye on each other’s work over the last several years. Their own substantial uptakes from Spinoza, Marx, Deleuze, and Simondon guarantee that they have long dwelt in and felt their way through the other’s arguments, and of course they have previously intersected on conference panels (like #affectWTF in 2015) and in edited collections. Sure, Jason tilts slightly more toward Spinozist philosophy, radically reconceived anthropology, and Etienne Balibar while Jeremy inclines in the directions of cultural studies, post-Freudian psychoanalysis, and Mikkel Borch-Jacobsen. But their intertwined conceptual trajectories and capacity to complement or complete each other’s train of thought is what makes this dialogue so invigorating. Even better: they get right down to particulars, and elaborate what is at stake around the whole matter of transindividuality, provide some fundamental orientations and then map them onto the present conjuncture.
|Journal||Capacious: Journal for Emerging Affect Inquiry|
|Journal citation||1 (4), pp. 56-77|
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|Digital Object Identifier (DOI)||doi:10.22387/CAP2019.27|
|Web address (URL)||https://doi.org/10.22387/CAP2019.27|
|Publication process dates|
|Deposited||16 Sep 2019|
|Copyright holder||© 2019 The Authors.|
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