Tag: Catherine Malabou

Neurohumanities Symposium

You can watch Catherine Malabou’s keynote live streamed for free. If you’re not in Dublin, the rest of the neurohumanities symposium is being videoed, so assume it will be made available soon after. Link to register: https://www.eventbrite.ie/e/neurohumanities-symposium-tickets-217032980487?fbclid=IwAR1DgW6JGUDPb794AmoSsJocHxwqgU394uAB0XKWR83WKKaVxCiCbPUeF08

Forthcoming talks in 2021-22

Originally scheduled for September, I am now going to Dublin (Trinity College) on 10th Dec this year to be on a panel alongside Catherine Malabou (keynote) on the topic “Philosophy and the Brain, Toward a Critical Neuroscience”.

In early 2022 I have also been invited to do a talk on my latest book – A Sleepwalker’s Guide to Social Media – at the Department of Communication & Media Studies, York University, Canada on 28th Jan 2022 – 4pm GMT. This will be online. More details to follow.  

Is it possible; a sensible life?

Fall Semester

Is it possible; a sensible life?

A question addressed in various ways by a number of writers, including

Zairong Xiang

Tony D. Sampson + Jussi Parikka

Benjamin H. Bratton

Catherine Malabou

Leonardo Caffo

Peter Singer + Michael Plant

Franco “Bifo” Berardi + Andreas Petrossiants

It would be naïve to portray the present moment as revolutionary, or as portending a type of impending fundamental downfall. All the stressors that left us with feelings of helplessness, hopelessness, anxiety, and powerlessness before this crisis, are now compounded. Financial, emotional, existential, and now our very survival urges a transformation in the world as we knew it. The imposed reflection upon our immediate past as individuals and as societal bodies now, more than before, implores us to make space to contemplate for a truly sensible life ahead.

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