A few items I’ve been meaning to bring to people’s attention. First, François Laruelle’s latest book, Philosophie non-standard. Générique, Quantique, Philo-fiction, has just been released (Amazon.fr). Laruelle presented on ideas from this book at the conferences in the UK last March and the book promises to be the fullest expression on non-philosophy yet. You can see the table of contents and watch some interviews about the book at a website set up for its release (which includes information about the Philo-fictions journal). Also Laruelle related, John Caputo’s lectures on Laruelle (as well as Meillassoux and Brassier) are now online. I have not listened to them yet, in part out of trepidation since I feel a little too close to the material. Hopefully I can steel myself to do so soon.
And, finally, an announcement of a conference investigating the relationship between Religion & Liberation at the University of Durham. Keynote speakers are AUFS favorites Roland Boer and Philip Goodchild.