Existenz itself has now linked to my Forum Page on its issue, "The Future of Humanity and the Question of Post-Humanity" to encourage further conversation there. Comments and critiques of the volume as a whole, or of individual contributions to the volume, ...
II ATTEMPTS AT
INTERPRETATION There are two
angles from which we could attempt to reach an understanding of this history of
a case of paranoia
and to lay bare in it the familiar complexes and motive forces of mental life.
We might start either
from the pati...
This morning in the City from nine to noon in my undergraduate Planetary Thinking and Environmental Justice course we will be talking about the catastrophic ecology of slums and then about eco-cities/villages and guerrilla gardening, and then from one to fo...
In a post helpfully tagged with "Bad philosophy," "Bad Science," and "Stupidity," entitled More like the Dork Enlightenment, am I right? Pharyngula's PZ Myers writes: I am told I’m supposed to take The Dark Enlightenment seriously. I can’t. I just can’t. Wh...
ON THE MECHANISM OF
PARANOIA We have hitherto
been dealing with the father-complex, which was the dominant element in Schreber’s case and
with the wishful phantasy round which the illness centred. But in all of this there is nothing
characteristic of the fo...
Sigmund Freud PSYCHO-ANALYTIC NOTES ON AN AUTOBIOGRAPHICAL ACCOUNT OF A CASE OF PARANOIA (DEMENTIA PARANOIDES) [excerpts] I CASE HISTORY ... Dr. Schreber’s
first illness began in the autumn of 1884, and by the end of 1885 he had completely recovered... ...
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From Wikipedia: "Dale Carrico (born 1965) is an American critical theorist and rhetorician. He has extensively criticized the commercially-inflected rhetoric of futurology and the prudence of geoengineering. Carrico is a lecturer in the Department of Rhetoric at the University of California at Berkeley, from which he received his PhD. in 2005, and is also a member of the visiting faculty at the San Francisco Art Institute... [He] teaches philosophy, critical theory, and science and technology studies, focusing on the planetarity of both environmental concerns and peer-to-peer media formations [and] writes about the politics of technoscience, developmentalist ideology, futurological subcultures, and the suffusion of public life by marketing norms on his blog, Amor Mundi."
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