The Insufficiency of Non-Philosophy

RAY BRASSIER 1. The only thing worse than philosophical sufficiency is non-philosophical sufficiency. 1.1. That philosophy is already-given non-philosophically is not to say that there is already non-philosophy, autonomous and independent of philosophy. 1.1.1. Non-philosophy does not occur as an account of resistance to the self-sufficiency of radical givenness; a resistance which is only conveyed […]

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Liquidate Man Once and For All (2005)

RAY BRASSIER Philosophers are familiar with reason but are only beginning to discover intelligence. Presaged by the dark illumination of the Enlightenment, intelligence culminates with the delirium of the sufficiency of reason. The intelligence of science and the science of intelligence have together averred that neither the real nor thought are rational. Science glimpses the real […]