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    From Resistance to Invention in the Politics of the Impossible: Bernard Stiegler’s Political Reading of Maurice Blanchot.Ben Turner - 2019 - Contemporary Political Theory 18 (1):43-64.
    In Bernard Stiegler’s Automatic Society Volume 1: The Future of Work, ‘the impossible’ and ‘the improbable’ appear as explicit parts of his political project. In his philosophy of technology, the impossible highlights the structural incompleteness that technics imparts to human existence. This article will trace how Stiegler draws on the work of Maurice Blanchot to produce this conjunction between technics and indetermination, and explore its political ramifications. This will show that rather than being a recent aspect of Stiegler’s work, the (...)
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    Bernard Stiegler on Transgenerational Memory and the Dual Origin of the Human.Michael Haworth - 2016 - Theory, Culture and Society 33 (3):151-173.
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    Life and the Technical Transformation of Différance: Stiegler and the Noopolitics of Becoming Non-Inhuman.Ben Turner - 2016 - Derrida Today 9 (2):177-198.
    Through a re-articulation of Derridean différance, Bernard Stiegler claims that the human is defined by an originary default that displaces all psychic and social life onto technical supplements. His philosophy of technics re-articulates the logic of the supplement as concerning both human reflexivity and its supports, and the history of the différance of life itself. This has been criticised for reducing Derrida’s work to a metaphysics of presence, and for instituting a humanism of the relation to the inorganic. By refuting (...)
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