Original writing on

Deleuze

Guattari


Kant


Spinoza


Marx


Laruelle


Baudrillard

Irigaray

Nietzsche


Simondon


Quine


Kauffman


Lyotard


Lovecraft

Schreber


Badiou


Derrida


Churchland


Foucault


Fichte


Hjelmslev


Butler

Freud

Dennett

Burroughs


Artaud

Woolf

DeLanda

Braidotti


Canetti

Poe

Wittgenstein

Grosz

Haraway

Ballard

Leibniz

Massumi

Prigogine


Stengers


Schopenhauer

Kubrick

Jameson


and more

stats


Click here for TRANSMAT, the Detroit-based
record label
(no relation).

 

transmat -- resources in transcendental materialism

Philosophers are familiar with reason but are only beginning to discover intelligence. Impersonal, anonymous, and disinterested, intelligence may have found a temporary support in the terrestrial biosphere, but certainly not a home. It cares nothing for the norms of pure reason, the bounds of sense, or the interests of life. While transcendental orthodoxy wastes time staving off the imminent liquidation of reason, sense, and life, transcendental materialism celebrates the deterritorialization of intelligence. — Ray Brassier

Hosted on


Contact Transmat

: : : ONLINE BOOKS : : : : : : : : : : : : : :

Justin Barton
THOUGHT, BODIES AND
INTENSIVE CARTOGRAPHY

Departures from
A Thousand Plateaus
Contents | Summary
Ray Brassier
ALIEN THEORY

The Decline of Materialism
in the Name of Matter
775kb PDF file
(requires Acrobat Reader)
Diane J. Beddoes
BREEDING DEMONS
A critical enquiry into the relationship between Kant and Deleuze
with specific reference to women
Contents | Summary
Mark Fisher
FLATLINE CONSTRUCTS

Gothic Materialism and
Cybernetic Theory-Fiction
Contents
Patricia MacCormack
PLEASURE, PERVERSION
AND DEATH

Three Lines of Flight for the
Viewing Body
Contents
| Abstract
Bruce McClure
BETWEEN THE SEEN
AND THE SAID

Deleuze-Guattari's
Pragmatics of the Order-Word
Contents
| Abstract


: : :
ESSAYS : : : : : : : : :
: : : : : : : : : : :

Mark Fisher
SF CAPITAL

: : : : : : : : : : :
Submissions considered: contact Transmat
Transmat logo by thought on film
: : : : : :