Oraxiom: A Journal of Non-Philosophy, Vol. 1, No. 1 (2020)
  • Publisher: Institute of Social Sciences and Humanities – Skopje
  • Authors: Bogna M. Konior, Jeremy R. Smith, Michael Saunders, Mark Pingree, Anne-Françoise Schmid, Jessie Beier, Jason Wallin, Matthew J. King, Adam Louis-Klein, Etienne Brouzes, Sylvain Létoffé, Andrew Santana Kaplan, Sven Läwen, Timothy Lavenz, David Roden, Laura Cull Ó Maoilearca, Katerina Kolozova, Anthony Paul Smith, John Ó Maoilearca, François Laruelle, Taylor Adkins
  • Language(s): English, French
  • Publication Date: 2020
  • Page Count: 194
  • Print Run: PoD
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  • Bogna M. Konior, Jeremy R. Smith, Michael Saunders: Editorial


  • Mark Pingree: Disabling Philosophy 
  • Anne-Françoise Schmid: La fin des temps philosophiques: Comment changer la philosophie pour la mettre en situation de contribuer aux problèmes du monde reel?
  • Jessie Beier and Jason Wallin: Pedagogy of the Negative: Pedagogical Heresy for "The End Times"
  • Matthew J. King: Towards a Non-Baudrillard: Theoretical Violence and the Gift
  • Adam Louis-Klein: Globalization and Global Thought: An Anthropological Extension of Non-Philosophy
  • Etienne Brouzes and Sylvain Létoffé: La futur toujours avant dernier
  • Andrew Santana Kaplan: Apocalyptic Tabula Rasa of Black Messianic Invention: Black Faith and Pure Means in Fanonism’s Insurrectionist Christo-Fiction
  • Sven Läwen: Another Beginning of Philosophy Is Possible: Towards a Democratic and Disruptive History of Systems of Thought
  • Timothy Lavenz: Utopic Expressivity: On Laruelle’s Oraxiomatic Method and Paul Celan’s Vision of Poetry


  • Non-Philosophy and Speculative Posthumanism: Bogna M. Konior in Conversation with David Roden
  • Thinking alongside The Last Humanity: Laura Cull Ó Maoilearca in Conversation with Katerina Kolozova, Anthony Paul Smith and John Ó Maoilearca


  • François Laruelle: Who Are Minorities, and How Are We To Think Them? [trans. Taylor Adkins]
Published: 2020-10-13