From an excellent review at Spirit is a Bone:
Prescriptively, Stiegler thinks at the level of dialogue and community to move out of symbolic misery. Fending off the stasis that lies at our gates comes about by re-thinking the formation of community. But he present a theory of community that is apolitical, however, beyond partisan and or ideological lines aimed at bringing philia back to the heart of our civic life. His conception of philia lacks a militant edge and it is difficult to see how we might defeat the new fascism through building some common ground around our shared misery.
Stiegler’s books always manage to be a bad stew of clunky neologisms that manage to restate in philosophemes common sensical ideas such as “kids these days don’t read enough,” “we need more community building,” etc.