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Reading Levi Bryant on Zero, Consciousness, and Contradiction

0. For just about two years now, I have been following Levi Bryant’s blog, Larval Subjects, if not always faithfully; I offered a brief but pertinent statement of my appreciation for his blog in my post of October 23, 2013, … Continue reading

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A Note on the Badiou View of Decision and the Undecidable

In his Larval Subjects post of February 20, 2014, “Let’s Talk About Sets!,” Levi Bryant presents, in apparent agreement, the view of Alain Badiou that: Nothing prevents a decision with respect to what’s undecidable (and notice how closely he parallels Derrida … Continue reading

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