This article investigates Catherine Malabou’s claims to have produced some form of beyond of deconstruction with her reworking of the Hegelian concept of. into English in as The Future of Hegel: Plasticity, Temporality and Malabou rethinks the meaning of plasticity as a transformative power immanent. At first glance the response could be this little book by Malabou, in which can be discerned a post-deconstructive era. In the foreword Clayton Crockett warns that .
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Malabou, Catherine and Peter Skafish Translator. Coinciding with her exploration of neuroscience has been an increasing commitment to political philosophy.
Catherine Malabou – Wikipedia
As she explains in Plasticity at the Dusk of Writingthe concept of plasticity, whose scope and stakes are firmly inscribed in those of our era, has overtaken the schemas of text and the trace.
Ecofeminism Feminist method Hegemonic masculinity Women’s history Women’s studies. Blackwell Companions to Philosophy. She writes that the time has come to replace the paradigm of writing as developed in Grammatology with the new paradigm of plasticity. Malabou, Catherine and Jacques Derrida. A philosophy of the trace allowed us to develop reflections on repetition and difference cf. Combining philosophy transsubjectivation and neuroscience neuroplasticity.
Malabou, Catherine and Sebastian Rand Translator. This is also what is very interesting in the brain, and in the computer: In both instances, a new model of plasticity, flexible and modifiable yet resistant, provides a way to think the loss of the trace and the instability of discourse in favor of acts.
Bibliography publications in English: Caputo Editor and Michael J. Plasticiry seminar entitled Plasticity and Form indicates the guiding thread of her research: By proposing the concept of plasticity as a new philosophical and scientific paradigm, Malabou shows us that the pladticity models — of writing and the trace in philosophy and of the genetic code in science — are no longer pertinent to thinking the modification or interruption of the system with which we are currently faced.
Catherine Malabou and the Concept of Plasticity – Théâtre, Performance, Philosophie Colloque
Malabou is co-writing a book with Adrian Johnston on affects in Descartes, Spinoza and neuroscience, and is preparing a new book on the political meaning of life in the light of the most recent biological discoveries mainly epigenetics. Malabou, Catherine and Carolyn Shread Translator. Derrida and Deleuze, notablybut cannot accommodate occurrences of discontinuity, such as explosions jalabou degeneration.
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Her dissertation became the book, L’Avenir de Hegel: Views Read Edit View history. This page was last edited on 9 Septemberat We are delighted at the prospect of seeing these philosophers of plasticity and performance once again join each other on the stage during this conference.
For the first time, a philosopher from the Continental as opposed to the Analytical tradition takes a keen interest in and studies the issues raised by the discovery of cerebral plasticity. Heidegger read by Hegel read by Malabou. De Hegel aux neurosciences. Full-text PDF available online.
In Paul Patton Editor. As for science, the genetic code turned out to be inadequate as well in explaining the effects of the environment or experience on the modifications and expressions of the epigenome. Traveling with Jacques Derrida. The notion of plasticity simultaneously belongs to theoretical discourse and to stark material reality.
Malabou, Catherine and Lisabeth During Translator. A Companion to Hegel. From Neurosis to Brain Damage. Bibliography publications in French: Malabou, Catherine and Xavier Emmanuelli.
Central to Malabou’s philosophy is the concept of “plasticity,” plastcity she derives in part from the work of Georg Wilhelm Friedrich Hegeland from medical science, for example, from work on stem cells and from the concept of neuroplasticity.
Malabou, Catherine and Steven Miller Translator. Using the latest advances of neuroscience, she adopts a critical position jalabou explores the philosophical possibilities of brain consciousness, of a new plastic subject and of its relation to capitalism. Malabou, Catherine and Judith Butler.
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