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Badiou Cultural Revolution (Apologetic)

I just finished reading Badiou’s book on Deleuze and realized that for some reason I had on my desktop Badiou’s apologetic for the Culture Revolution. It’s not that Badiou failed to see the violent brutality of the Cultural Revolution; and … Continue reading

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Deleuze Badiou Transcendence

Alain Badiou’s interpretation of Deleuze is pretty well known. The Delueze we are given to see is not to the anarcho-democratic philosopher of material multitudes in open flux. The Deleuze we are now supposed to see is an aristocratic, ascetic … Continue reading

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