Christopher Thomas — Bartleby; An Indeterminable Problematic for Spinoza & the Attorney

Hey Everybody,

The next Knowledge Exchange Lecture will be:

BARTLEBY; AN INDETERMINABLE PROBLEMATIC FOR SPINOZA & THE ATTORNEY
CHRISTOPHER THOMAS

TUESDAY (25TH OF MAR) AT 17h30-18h30, RHB 350 (GOLDSMITHS)

Christopher “Tiff” Thomas is a PhD student studying in the Philosophy department at the University of Aberdeen. He completed his Masters at Goldsmiths in 2013 with a dissertation entitled “The Necessity of a Creative Involution: Decreation and the Body without Organs in Simone Weil and Deleuze and Guattari”. Now, however, he is predominantly reading Spinoza and thinking through notions of selfhood and the relation between a Spinozist ethics and continental aesthetics.

Background reading in advance of the lecture:
Bartleby by Herman Melville.

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