Interview with Anne Fagot-Largeault on Simondon

Unfortunately it’s behind a pay wall, but it’s a great article providing Simondon’s biography and his milieu (including his mental illness from the 1970s onward), as well as a hit on Laruelle: “When Laruelle launched the first of his little manifestos [in the 1970s], both of us subscribed immediately and were happy to receive them, because they were really shaking the tree! But I think Laruelle enclosed himself in his linguistic ghetto, which finally did not allow him  to shake the tree of philosophy” (p. 5) (H/T Andrew Iliadis on twitter)

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    1. Yeah but it looks like she stopped reading him around that time. But I thought it was good philosopher attacks philosopher gossip.

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