Lecture at Northwestern: “Liberating Lived Experience: François Laruelle and the Work of Non-Philosophy”

Some Chicago readers may be interested in a lecture I will be giving Monday, October 15 (4:00pm) at Northwestern entitled,  “Liberating Lived Experience: François Laruelle and the Work of Non-Philosophy”. The lecture is under the auspices of “The After-Life of Phenomenology Workshop” co-sponsored by The Alice Kaplan Institute for the Humanities and the Departments of Philosophy, French & Italian, and Religious Studies at Northwestern.

Monday, October 15th
4:00pm
Kaplan Seminar Room
Kresge Hall, 2-370

5 thoughts on “Lecture at Northwestern: “Liberating Lived Experience: François Laruelle and the Work of Non-Philosophy”

  1. Jason,
    I’ll see if that’s ok with the organizers, but I am sure it is. Well, to be clear I never put up papers of works in progress (this will be the basis of a chapter in a book I am drafting right now), but I’ll put up audio.

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