to have done with life (Audio)

vitalism and antivitalism in contemporary philosophy _ zagreb, june 17-19, 2011

* right-click talk-title to download or left-click to stream the mp3-file

_ Conference introduction [Petar Milat & Nathan Brown, 15min] _

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_ Jason Smith “Parallel Lives: Form-of-Life, Living Labor” [+Williams intro, 49min] _

_ Stephanie Wakefield “‘Dasein is Design’: Form-of-Life, World, Environment” [36min] _

_ Smith & Wakefield Q&A [36min] _

*****

_ Nathan Brown “The Lucidity of the Unliving: Crystallography and Inorganic Poetry” [+Williams intro, 41min – text with images here] _

_ Alexi Kukuljevic “Notes on Lifeless Matter” [44min] _

_ Brown & Kukuljevic Q&A [35min] _

*****

_ Benjamin Noys “The Poverty of Vitalism” [+Brown intro, 29min] _

_ Evan Calder Williams “The Black Winding-Sheet: On Labor, Meat, and Form” [33min] _

_ Noys & Williams Q&A [46min] _

*****

_ Martin Hägglund “The Trace of Time and the Death of Life: Bergson, Heidegger, Derrida” [+Brown intro, 48min] _

_ Hägglund Q&A [31min] _

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_ Ray Brassier “Bergson, Lived Experience, and the Myth of the Given” [+Brown intro, 65min + brassier_handout] _

_ Brassier Q&A [34min] _

*****

_ Roundtable #1 [participating: Brown, Brassier, Hägglund, Johnston, Malabou and others – 124min] _

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_ Adrian Johnston “Second Natures in Dappled Worlds: John McDowell, Nancy Cartwright, and Hegelian-Lacanian Materialism” [+Brown intro, 65min] _

_ Johnston Q&A [33min] _

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_ Catherine Malabou “Epigenesis and the Plasticity of Life” [+Brown intro, 56min] _

_ Malabou Q&A [41min] _

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_ Roundtable #2 [participating: Brown, Brassier, Hägglund, Johnston, Malabou and others – 111min] _

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