Introduction: Simondon, Finally, Arne de Boever, Alex Murray, Jon Roffe and Ashley Woodward; 1.Technical Mentality, Gilbert Simondon, translated by Arne De Boever; 2. 'Technical Mentality' Revisited: Brian Massumi on Gilbert Simondon, With Arne De Boever, Alex Murray and Jon Roffe; 3. Identity and Individuation: Some Feminist Reflections, Elizabeth Grosz; 4. Crystals and Membranes: Individuation and Temporality, Anne Sauvagnargues, translated by Jon Roffe; 5. The Question of Anxiety in Gilbert Simondon, Igor Krtolica, translated by Jon Roffe; 6. Infra-Psychic Individuation: Transductive Connections and the Genesis of Living Techniques, Marie-Pier Boucher; 7. 'Du mort qui saisit le vif': Simondonian Ontology Today, Jean-Hugues Barthelemy, translated by Justin Clemens; 8. The Aesthetics of Gilbert Simondon: Anticipation of the Contemporary Aesthetic Experience, Yves Michaud, translated by Justin Clemens; 9. Gilles Deleuze, a Reader of Gilbert Simondon, Sean Bowden; 10. Science and Ontology: From Merleau-Ponty's 'Reduction' to Simondon's 'Transduction', Miguel de Beistegui; 11. The Question of the Individual in Georges Canguilhem and Gilbert Simondon, Dominique Lecourt, translated by Arne De Boever; 12. The Theatre of Individuation: Phase-shift and Resolution in Simondon and Heidegger, Bernard Stiegler, translated by Kristina Lebedeva; Glossary: Fifty Key Terms in the Works of Gilbert Simondon, Jean-Hugues Barthelemy; Notes on contributors; Index.
Arne De Boever is Assistant Professor of American Studies in the School of Critical Studies, California Institute of the Arts. Alex Murray is Lecturer in Twentieth-Century Literature at the University of Exeter Jon Roffe is Lecturer in Philosophy at the Melbourne School of Continental Philosophy. Ashley Woodward is a founding member of, and Lecturer at, the Melbourne School of Continental Philosophy.
A complete handbook for the student or researcher who is new to the work of Simondon.--Wil Kaiser"H-Disability" (01/01/0001) This is a most welcome volume on Gilbert Simondon, featuring essays by some of the finest theorists working today. It nicely complements the translation into English of Simondon's key texts and can be highly recommended to those working in the humanities and social sciences and looking for new models of thought.--Keith Ansell-Pearson, University of Warwick