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Levi Bryant’s The Democracy of Objects

 

 

 

I am very excited for Levi Bryant’s The Democracy of Objects which is forthcoming from Open Humanities Press. Here, Bryant discusses his motivations in Democracy and how it is different from Difference and Givenness, his previous book. For Bryant, Difference is a “graduate student” text, a book in where he tried to “police” the world of Deleuzians and correct misinterpretations. Kindly, Bryant claims for The Democracy of Objects a “workbook” status, something filled with arrows from which others can work from. A thousand directions, a thousand suns.

I can’t wait!

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