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  • Abducting the Outside

    Abducting the Outside: Modernity and The Culture of Acceleration
    new york NEW YORK

    A lecture by Reza Negarestani focused on the possibility of a genuinely modern philosophy of the inhuman in the wake of a disenthralled system of knowledge as an accelerated navigation of concept-spaces. The lecture is drawn on the works of Giuseppe Longo, Lorenzo Magnani, Gilles Chatelet and Alain Berthoz in cognitive sciences, mathematics especially the recent geometrical turn and physics accompanied with introductory commentaries on the exciting works of Gabriel Catren on anarchic constructivism and Benedict Singleton on metis intelligence and a cunning understanding of reason.

    reza NEGARESTANI
    “Abducting the Outside: Modernity and The Culture of Acceleration”
    Sunday, 11/18
    7.30 pm / Miguel Abreu Gallery
    36 Orchard Street
    New York, New York 10002

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    Reza Negarestani is an Iranian philosopher and novelist. His philosophical works have appeared in numerous journals and anthologies. He is the author of Cyclonopedia: Complicity with Anonymous Materials. Urbanomic/Sequence Press will publish his forthcoming book, The Mortiloquist, in 2013.

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