The first volume of The Funambulist Pamphlets that gathers past articles of the blog, is now officially published by Punctum Books in collaboration with the Center for Transformative Media at Parsons The New School. You can either download the book as a PDF for free or order it online for the price of $7.00 or €6.00. Next volume to be published next week will be dedicated to Foucault.
Official page of The Funambulist Pamphlets Volume 01: SPINOZA on Punctum Books’ website.
Index of the Book
Introduction: Spinoza’s Gay Science
01/ Marxian Reading of Capitalism through a Spinozist Conceptology
02/ Spinozist Determinism or How Caesar Could Not Have Not Crossed the Rubicon
03/ Power (Potentia) vs. Power (Potestas): The Story of a Joyful Typhoon
04/ The World of Affects or Why Adam Got Poisoned by the Apple
05/ The Spinozist “Scream”: What Can a Body Do?
06/ Applied Spinozism: The Body in Kurosawa’s Cinema
07/ Applied Spinozism: Architectures of the Sky vs. Architectures of the Earth
08/ Architectures of Joy: A Spinozist Reading of Parent+Virilio & Arakawa+Gins’ Architecture
09/ Architecture of the Conatus: “Tentative Constructing Towards a Holding in Place”
10/ The Body as a Material Assemblage in Japanese Martial Arts & Dance as Seen by Basile Doganis
11/ Deleuze’s Wave: About Spinoza
12/ “A Sunflower Seed Lost in a Wall is Capable of Shattering that Wall”
13/ Descartes vs. Spinoza: A Personal Reading of TARP Not Nature
14/ The Weight of the Body Falling
15/ Spinozist Collision
16/ The Weight of the Body Dancing
17/ Spinozist Gravity: The Real Difference between the Old and New Star Wars
18/ Spike Lee’s Dolly Shot: The Innexorability of Immanence