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Contents

Preface

Introduction: The Oldest Prejudice

Part I. Laruelle and the Digital
1. The One Divides in Two
2. The Standard Model
3. The Digital
4. Events

Part II. Withdrawing from the Standard Model
5. Computers
6. Capitalism
7. The Black Universe
8. Art and Utopia
9. Ethics
10. The Generic

Conclusion: From Digitality to Destiny

Acknowledgments
Notes
Index


About the Author

Alexander Galloway is professor of media, culture, and communication at New York University. His many books include The Interface Effect and The Exploit: A Theory of Networks (Minnesota, 2007).

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"Laruelle: Against the Digital is a compelling read for any form of investigations in today's conditions of power, aesthetics, and thought. Alexander R. Galloway's lucid writing takes us on a thrilling journey into the details of Laruelle's uncompromising thought of the One. It offers us challengingly fresh material for developing a non-representational view of computers, capitalism, art and ethics. Galloway's profound critique of the discrete is an unmissable intervention into the thought of the digital today." --Luciana Parisi, Goldsmiths University of London

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