By John Ó Maoilearca
All strategies Are Equal is either an creation to the paintings of French thinker François Laruelle and an workout in nonhuman pondering. For Laruelle, ordinary varieties of philosophy proceed to dominate our types of what counts as exemplary proposal and data. against this, what Laruelle calls his “non-standard” process makes an attempt to carry democracy into suggestion, simply because all sorts of thinking—including the nonhuman—are equal.
John Ó Maoilearca examines how philosophy may well look whilst seen with non-philosophical and nonhuman eyes. He does so via refusing to give an explanation for Laruelle via orthodox philosophy, opting as a substitute to keep on with the constitution of a movie (Lars von Trier’s documentary The 5 Obstructions) for example of the non-standard procedure. Von Trier’s movie is a meditation at the artistic limits set by way of movie, either technologically and aesthetically, and the way those limits can push our event of film—and of ourselves—beyond what's commonly deemed “the excellent human.”
All options Are equivalent adopts film’s constraints in its personal test by way of exhibiting how Laruelle’s extensively new type of philosophy is healthier awarded via our so much nonhuman type of thought—that present in cinema.
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