1. Introduction: Laruelle and Philosophy; Resistance to/of Philosophy; 2. Thinking from the One: Non-Philosophy and the Ancient Philosophical Figure of the One; 3. Laruelle facing Deleuze: Immanence, Resistance and Desire; 4. The Insufficiency of Philosophy; 5. Neither Greek nor Jew: Laruelle and the Critique of Metaphysics; Science, Immanence and the Ordinary; 6. Laruelle and Ordinary Life; 7. The Esoteric Ordinary: Laruelle and the Immanence of Mysticism; 8. Disjunction of Science and Philosophy: Axioms towards a Democracy in Thought; 9. Transcendental Conditions, Axiomatic Compulsion and the Problem of Philosophical Materialism; Practice and Politics; 10. Non-Philosophical Practice: The Case of Film-Philosophy; 11. Not Only as Structure, But Equally as Subject: Determination-in-the-Last-Instance from Marx to Laruelle; 12. Thinking Revolution in Terms of Non-Marxism and Non-Christianity; Mutations; 13. Generic Science: Or, the Second Non-Philosophy; 14. Interview with Francois Laruelle; Annotated Bibliography.
John O Maoilearca is Professor of Film and Television Studies at Kingston University London. Anthony Paul Smith is completing a PhD at the University of Nottingham. He is also a research fellow at DePaul University's Institute for Nature and Culture.