Laboring to explain that non-philosophy is not anti-philosophy but rather radicalisation of philosophy's potential, and that non-Marxism is in fact Marxism radicalised by way of ridding it of the "principle of sufficient philosophy" (Laruelle). Metaphysics is not what makes philosophy unscientific, but philosophy itself as "subjectivity centered thought" engendering necessarily and unwittingly idealism even when it purports to be materialism (paraphrasing Marx).
Institute of Social Sciences and HumanitiesProfessor
Arizona State UniversityCenter for Philosophical TechnologiesProfessor (Part-time)
St. Cyril and Methodius University
Department of Philosophy