Another Beginning of Philosophy Is Possible
Towards a Democratic and Disruptive History of Systems of Thought
As an analytic prolongation of Laruelle’s particulate and democratic picture of philosophy, non-commutative ontology treats philosophical variables, whether continuous or discrete, on an equal footing. Lined up with a spectral paradigm, the notion of variability gives rise to certain indeterminacies with regard not only to the future but also to the past. Therefore, by radicalizing freedom within a democratic and disruptive history of systems of thought another beginning of philosophy is possible.
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