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  1. Antonella Corsani, Christophe Degoutin, François Matheron & Giovanna Zapperi (2007). Narrations postcoloniales. Multitudes 2 (2):15-22.
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  2. François Matheron (2007). L'homme qui ne savait plus écrire. Multitudes 2 (2):121-125.
    A day in November 2005, it was a Saturday, I remember very well, my life changed, radically. I am not sure how to define this moment ; for convenience it could be called "the accident". This accident has many faces, but it is first and foremost a revolution, a return to the starting point of my relationship with language. Since it is still very difficult for me properly to conjugate verbs, I will write my story mostly in the present tense.
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  3. Yoshihiko Ichida & François Matheron (2005). Un, deux, trois, quatre, dix mille Althusser ? Multitudes 2 (2):167-178.
    “Aleatory materialism” does not merely constitute that which, in an overly linear perspective, one would call the “fourth Althusser”. Even if, in the last decade of his life, Althusser did indeed attempt to construct a “new philosophy”, seen as an alternative to “dialectical materialism”, one should rather perceive, behind the past arguments, so assertive and sharp, advanced by the previous Althusser, something like a discreet practical layer, self-conscious or not, wherein such arguments would have found their true point of anchorage. (...)
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  4. François Matheron (2005). « Des Problèmes Qu’il Faudra Bien Appeler D’un Autre Nom Et Peut-être Politique ». Althusser Et L’insituabilité De La Politique. Multitudes 22 (3):21-35.
    Precisely as he was repoliticizing his philosophy and criticizing his “theorist deviation”, Althusser wrote in 1967 that he did not know, after all, what was politics. In 1978, in Marx in his limits, he wrote that the classic Marxism “has never yet provided the beginning of an analysis answering the question : what can politics be about ?”. This article attempts to reconstruct the positivity of such remarks, on the basis of a sketch devoted in 1961 to the “Marxist conception (...)
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  5. François Matheron (2004). Louis Althusser, or, the Impure Purity of the Concept. Graduate Faculty Philosophy Journal 25 (1):137-159.
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  6. Jérôme Ceccaldi, Brian Holmes & François Matheron (2003). Scier la branche. Multitudes 4 (4):5-12.
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  7. Yoshihiko Ichida, Maurizio Lazzarato, François Matheron, Yann Moulier Boutang & Peter Pàl Pelbart (2002). La Politique des Multitudes. Multitudes 2:13-24.
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  8. Yoshihiko Ichida, Maurizio Lazzarato, François Matheron & Yann Moulier-Boutang (2002). La Politique des Multitudes. Multitudes 9 (2):13.
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  9. François Matheron (2002). Un pouvoir constituant.. Multitudes 9 (2):165.
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  10. François Matheron (2002). Winstanley Et les Diggers. Multitudes 9 (2):69.
    The Diggers, or yet the « true levellers », appropriation of the parochial terrain of the St George’s Hill close to London, might be considered, in the midst of the English revolution, as the proclamation of a constituer power in action. Theorist of this adventure, Gerard Winstanley has left behind him a singular oeuvre in the constellation of« biblical communisms ». Animated by harsh inner tensions, molded by an archaism indissociable from its modernity, it constitutes, at the same time, an (...)
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  11. François Matheron (2001). Après Gênes, après New York : les multitudes ? Multitudes 4 (4):11-16.
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  12. François Matheron (2001). Les belles histoires de l'oncle Pierre. Multitudes 3 (3):210-217.
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