Laruelle : A Stranger Thought
There is a growing interest in François Laruelle’s “non-philosophy” in the Englishspeaking world, but it is often misunderstood as a wholesale critique of philosophy. In contrast, this book aims to show how Laruelle’s work is guided by the aim of understanding philosophy’s structure so that it can be creatively recast with other domains of human knowledge.
This book will provide a distinctive interpretation of Laruelle’s thought, as well as an introduction to its major concepts and methods. It will be essential for students and scholars interested in contemporary French philosophy.