Tag Archives: Catherine Malabou

Catherine Malabou: The Dawning Anarchy vs. Cyberanarchy

Catherine Malabou returns to the Acid Horizon Youtube channel/podcast for a second interview, on the occasion of the soon to be published English translation of her work, Au voleur! Anarchisme et philosophie. We previously shared the first interview with Acid … Continue reading

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Reading war and anarchy with Sigmund Freud

The reflection that follows is driven by our own ongoing effort to understand the crises of our time, which now include the war in Ukraine, as well as being inspired by a video interview with Catherine Malabou, which we share … Continue reading

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Anarchism and philosophy

Discussing anarchism and philosophy with Catherine Malabou (in french), by Lundi Matin (#343, 13/06/2022). Can we think anarchism?This Monday we wanted to know if anarchism was thinkable. We didn’t ask the question. We didn’t know that perhaps it had not … Continue reading

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Catherine Malabou: Pleasure effaced; Clitoris and thought

The clitoris is an anarchist. Through translated fragments, we share the work of a writer, some few words of Catherine Malabou. We begin with a very brief summary of her essay, Le plaisir effacé: Clitoris et pensée [Pleasure erased: Clitoris … Continue reading

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