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Acknowledgements/ 1. Introduction: Superposing Non-Standard Philosophy and Humanities Discourse, Rocco Gangle and Julius Greve/ 2 Circumventing the Problem of Initiation: On Introductions to Non-Philosophy, John O Maoilearca/ 3 (Non-)Human Identity and Radical Immanence: On Man-in-Person in Francois Laruelle's Non-Philosophy, Alex Dubilet/ 4 Prophetic Reiteration: Laruelle, Non-Relationality, and the Field of Religion, Daniel Colucciello Barber/ 5 Critical Theory as Theoretical Practice: Althusserianism in Laruelle and Adorno, Dave Mesing/ 6 The Decisional Apparatus: Jameson, Flusser, Laruelle, Julius Greve/ 7 The Inhuman and the Automaton: Exploitation and the Exploited in the Era of Late Capitalism, Katerina Kolozova/ 8 Experience in the (Philosophical) Abyss, Benjamin Norris/ 9 Laruelle and the Humanities Research Program, Rocco Gangle/ 10 Generalized Transformations and Technologies of Investigation: Laruelle, Art, and the Scientific Model, Keith Tilford/ 11 Marx with Planck: The Quantization of Non-Standard Marxism, Francois Laruelle (trans. Rocco Gangle)/ 12 What is Generic Science?, Alexander R. Galloway/ Contributors/ Index

About the Author

Rocco Gangle is Associate Professor of Philosophy at Endicott College. He is the author of Francois Laruelle's Philosophies of Difference: A Critical Introduction and Guide and Diagrammatic Immanence: Category Theory and Philosophy (both with Edinburgh University Press) and the co-author, with Gianluca Caterina, of Iconicity and Abduction (Springer Press). Julius Greve is a Lecturer and Research Associate at the Institute for English and American Studies, University of Oldenburg. He recently completed his doctoral studies in American literature at the University of Cologne. Greve has published articles on Cormac McCarthy, Mark Z. Danielewski, Fredric Jameson, and Speculative Realism, and he is the co-editor of the essay collection America and the Musical Unconscious (Atropos, 2015). Currently, he is working on a book project on the concept of nature in the novels of McCarthy. Greve's further research interests encompass the tradition of intermediality in American cultural practices and the history of critical theory.


Francois Laruelle's non-philosophy is as difficult of access as it is seductive and alluring. This volume, with its emphasis on relating non-philosophy to the humanities generally (rather than to philosophy in particular) offers the reader a number of ways in - of entries to Laruelle's radical democracy of thought. -- Steven Shaviro, Wayne State University
Superpositions offers an introductory overview of Laruellian non-philosophy of exemplary clarity, rigour, and accessibility. At the same time it demonstrates the force and power of non-philosophy for thinking and creative innovation within the humanities, social sciences and beyond. It is a hugely welcome and indispensable addition to the burgeoning reception of Laruelle's thought. -- Ian R. James, University Reader in Modern French Literature and Thought, Downing College, Cambridge University

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