Jose Rosales

Jose Rosales is a doc­toral stu­dent in philo­sophy at SUNY, Stony Brook. His re­search in­terests in­clude Spinoza, Nietzsche, poststructuralism, postcolonialism, de­co­lo­nial theory, and philo­sophies of the Event.
Deleuze and the Accelerationsists

Deleuze and the Accelerationsists

We are expected, in the name of Deleuzoguattarian anti-fascism, to embrace capitalism as nihilist machine that has no ‘purpose’, because ‘purpose’=fascism, while forgetting that neoliberalism appeared in Germany as the form of governmentality that would immunize us...

Badiou’s Jurisprudence II: ‘We Have Become Simulacra’

Badiou’s Jurisprudence II: ‘We Have Become Simulacra’

If freedom, as Deleuze claims, is to engage in jurisprudence, do we not encounter a paradox in the alliance between Alain Badiou and Jacques Vergès? A paradox that strikes at the heart of the colonial and juridical situation of a colonized people? If Vergès institutes...