Morphing Intelligence, from IQ measurement to artificial brains -- By, Catherine Malabou (due out 12 February 2019)
It was at the time of the plague at Messina, and the English fleet had anchored there, and visited the Felucca, on board of which I was, and this circumstance subjected us, on our arrival, after a long and difficult voyage, to a quarantine of one-and-twenty days.
NECS 2020 Conference Transitions: Moving Images and Bodies 18–20 June 2020 Hosted by the University of Palermo
Philosopher and professor Catherine Malabou is coming for 3 interventions in New York City: at the Night of Philosophy and Ideas at the Brooklyn Public Library on February 1, at the Maison Française of NYU on February 10 and at Cooper Union on February 11. Don't miss a chance to listen to one of today's … Continue reading 3 interventions in New York City: at the Night of Philosophy and Ideas
Tomorrow’s Imperative: An Interview with Catherine Malabou “Tomorrow’s Imperative: An Interview with Catherine Malabou.” Global Performance Studies, vol. 2, no. 2, 2019, https://doi.org/10.33303/gpsv2n2a8 An Interview with Catherine Malabou on Before Tomorrow: Epigenesis and Rationality by Catherine Malabou, translated by Caroline Shread, Polity, 2016, pp. 240. Sorelle Henricus Tembusu College, National University of Singapore Cutting the … Continue reading Tomorrow’s Imperative: An Interview with Catherine Malabou
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Catherine Malabou stopped by the office of Critical Inquiry for a short and informal audio interview during her visit to the University of Chicago two years ago. We talked about her two CI essays, her book Before Tomorrow: Epigenesis and Rationality (2017), and her work in progress. http://tun.in/tiXC5Q
This year, the Spinoza Chair of the Philosophy Department of the University of Amsterdam will be held by Catherine Malabou, Professor of Philosophy at Kingston University (London). The central topic is Philosophy and Anarchy The issue of anarchy is at once metaphysical and political. Nevertheless, philosophy and politics have always turned their back on … Continue reading Catherine Malabou to hold this year’s Spinoza Chair