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Issue 30.1 (June 2021) Is Now Available at Duke University Press!

Announcing Volume 30, No. 1 of qui parle, now available through Duke University Press and Project Muse.

Articles:

  • William Morgan and Kyra Sutton, Networks of Belief: An Introduction
  • Aaron Frederick Eldridge, Movement in Repose: Notes on Form of Life
  • Alex Dubilet, An Immanence without the World: On Dispossession, Nothingness, and Secularity
  • Carina Albrecht, Wendy Hui Kyong Chun, and Laura Kurgan, Living In/difference; or, How to Imagine Ambivalent Networks
  • Brett Zehner, A Liar’s Epistemology: Herbert Simon’s Performative Artificial Intelligence
  • Matteo Pasquinelli, How to Make a Class: Hayek’s Neoliberalism and the Origins of Connectionism
  • Luciana Parisi and William Morgan, What Is (Machine) Philosophy?

Special Dossier: Breath

  • Jeffrey Moro, Collective Tissue
  • Daryl Maude, Grass-Colored Air: Breathing with Osaki Midori
  • Jeffrey Moro, Collective Tissue
  • Daryl Maude, Grass-Colored Air: Breathing with Osaki Midori
  • Maria José de Abreu, The Anti-giraffe
  • Kathleen Cruz Gutierrez, A Philippine Asphyxia
  • Peter Myers, as I take my seat…
  • Kimberley Bain, Groan

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