Open Humanities Press - Books

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  • Bensusan, Hilan (Open Humanities Press, 2017)
    This is a book on the metaphysics of contingency. It looks at what could be otherwise, at what lacks the weight of necessity, at what is up for grabs. Aristotle maintained that there could be no knowledge of the impermanent. ...
  • Massumi, Brian (Open Humanities Press, 2017)
    There is no such thing as rest. The world is always on the move. It is made of movement. We find ourselves always in the midst of it, in transformations under way. The basic category for understanding is activity – and ...
  • Stengers, Isabelle (Open Humanities Pressmeson press, 2015)
    There has been an epochal shift: the possibility of a global climate crisis is now upon us. Pollution, the poison of pesticides, the exhaustion of natural resources, falling water tables, growing social inequalities – these ...
  • Connor, Steven (Open Humanities Press, 2017)
    Dream Machines is a history of imaginary machines and the ways in which machines come to be imagined. It considers seven different kinds of speculative, projected or impossible machine: machines for teleportation, ...
  • Bordeleau, Érik; Pape, Toni; Rose-Antoinette, Ronald; Szymanski, Adam (Open Humanities Press, 2017)
    Nocturnal Fabulations is an essay in intercessing. This is not a book that is simply ‘about’ Apichatpong Weerasethakul, though it does engage his work in detail. It is a book that deeply questions what else might be at ...

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