New Book: Morphine Intelligence

Morphing Intelligence, from IQ measurement to artificial brains -- By, Catherine Malabou (due out 12 February 2019)

Tomorrow’s Imperative: An Interview with Catherine Malabou

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

Catherine Malabou to hold this year’s Spinoza Chair

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

Call for Papers, June 2019

Contemporary Relevance of Hegelian Naturalism: Philosophical and Interdisciplinary Outcomes. International Conference, University of Parma (IT), June 19th-21st 2019   Venue: University of Parma, Via M. D’Azeglio 85 Department of Humanities and Social Sciences (DUSIC) Confirmed keynote speakers: Alison Stone (Lancaster University) Catherine Malabou (Kingston University, London) Heikki Ikäheimo (University of New South Wales) Christopher Yeomans … Continue reading Call for Papers, June 2019

« Les Robots et le mal », d’Alexei Grinbaum : la chronique philosophique de Catherine Malabou

Comment éviter de projeter des valeurs éthiques sur les machines, qui ne sont justement que des machines, combinaisons sans intention de nécessité et de ­hasard ?   Que veut dire ­ « diaboliser » ? Cette question est particulièrement aiguë lorsqu’elle vise notre relation à la technique en général et à l’intelligence artificielle (IA) en parti­culier. Il est courant, … Continue reading « Les Robots et le mal », d’Alexei Grinbaum : la chronique philosophique de Catherine Malabou

Mutations. La nature à jamais

Mutations. La nature à jamais (For English version, scroll down). La chronique de Catherine Malabou, à propos de « La Part sauvage du monde. Penser la nature dans l’anthropocène », de Virginie Maris. Par Catherine Malabou Publié le 11 octobre 2018 à 07h30 - Mis à jour le 11 octobre 2018 à 09h30   Article réservé aux abonnés … Continue reading Mutations. La nature à jamais

Tous philosophes ? – Partie 6 : Raphaël ENTHOVEN, Léon WISZNIA, Catherine MALABOU(video)

As part of the Philosophy Forum "Le Monde" Le Mans, follow live the interventions of the third day . Since its founding in 1989, the Le Mans World Philosophy Forum has remained faithful to one and the same vocation: to combine the demands of reflection and citizen debate to think of a question of philosophical significance in … Continue reading Tous philosophes ? – Partie 6 : Raphaël ENTHOVEN, Léon WISZNIA, Catherine MALABOU(video)

Catherine Malabou: Is Science the Subject of Philosophy?

Catherine Malabou: Is Science the Subject of Philosophy? Miller, Badiou and Derrida Thursday 17 January 2019 Time: 6.00pm - 7.30pmVenue: The University of Westminster, 309 Regent Street, London W1B 2HW, Room tbcPrice: freeSpeaker(s): Catherine Malabou, CRMEP, Kingston University Book now > Centre for Research in Modern European Philosophy (CRMEP) Public Lectures on Philosophy, Politics and Culture, in collaboration with the … Continue reading Catherine Malabou: Is Science the Subject of Philosophy?