Aristotle (b)
Aristotle (a)
Introduction Part 2
Introduction: Part 1.
This series takes its orientation from a long remark Alain Badiou makes in his book Deleuze: The Clamour of Being, concerning the shared anti-platonism…
Lesson 5(b). In the dialogues: from what is no-where to be seen to what is not impossible.
Lesson 5(a). In the dialogues: from what is no-where to be seen to what is not impossible.
Lesson 4(b).Wherein in the dialogues: the obscure subject of education.
Lesson 4(a). Wherein in the dialogues: the obscure subject of education.
Lesson 3(b). Wherein something unpresented is at work and nothing takes place
Lesson 3(a). Wherein something unpresented is at work.
Lesson 2(b). Wherein division is established as constitutive