Control Societies @ 30: Technopolitical Forces and Ontologies of Difference

Ezekiel Dixon-Román curates a dossier of essays that think through Gilles Deleuze’s “Post-Script on the Societies of Control,” which first appeared in print in 1990, in relation to our current moment. With contributions from Denise Ferreira da Silva, Alexander R. Galloway, Orit Halpern, Martina Tazzioli, and Ezekiel Dixon-Román and Luciana Parisi.

Everything Flows

Alexander R. Galloway

How useless to contemplate Gilles Deleuze in plague times. Or so goes a common anti-intellectual invective. Clearly we need philosophy now more than ever. But what does Deleuze mean today? How to describe the ambient social configuration for which “Deleuze” … Continue reading “Everything Flows”

Resilient Natures

Orit Halpern

Today, in the midst of the COVID-19 pandemic, the term new normal circulates ad nauseum throughout news outlets and social networks. This new normal is largely defined by a naturalization of precarity for some and the dramatic elevation of profit … Continue reading “Resilient Natures”