• Before anticipation

      Jackson, ML (RMIT University, 2012)
      The possibility of any recognition of 'access' as such would be constituted in the future anterior, what I would retrospectively encounter, or encounter again, as that which marks or constitutes a threshold or opening. The ...
    • Closing remarks: on Deleuze and Heidegger, via Foucault

      Jackson, ML (The University of Auckland, 2012)
      These closing remarks aim to draw on and draw out the theme for this symposium: intuition & expression. While we are familiar with Deleuze’s engagements with philosophical traditions that have developed these notions, we ...
    • Creating Creatures: Dumont and the metaphysics of evil

      Jackson, ML (Film-Philosophy, 2011)
      Since the late 1990s Bruno Dumont has produced six feature films, approximately one every three years. His cinema has been highly praised and is recognized by Martine Beugnet, in Cinema and Sensation, as exemplary of a new ...
    • Hitchcock and the heterotopic

      Jackson, ML (Film-philosophy, 2012)
      In 1967 the French philosopher, Michel Foucault, presented a lecture with the title, “Of Other Spaces,” to a small group of architects, and thereby made known his understanding of the term “heterotopia” initially and briefly ...
    • Machine/ Flow/ Territory

      Jackson, ML (Deleuze Studies Journal, 2013)
      In his lecture of 14th March 1979, within the series, The Birth of the Biopolitical, Michel Foucault discusses in some depth the American form of neo-liberalism, contrasting it with the development of neo-liberalism in ...
    • Marx after Heidegger

      Jackson, ML (RMIT University, School of Art, 2013)
      In the ten years between the publication of The Savage Anomaly (1981/1991b) and Insurgencies (1992/1999), the Italian political philosopher Antonio Negri substantially defined a contemporary theory of power and the State ...
    • Neither light nor language

      Jackson, ML (TaPRA Theatre, Performance and Philosophy Group, 2014)
      This paper takes the context of responding to the film, Dark Light (2014) by Maria O’Connor, as a provocation to engage with aspects of the work of Jacques Derrida on the animal and the human. Dark Light develops as an ...
    • Pur: desiccation of light's sweep

      Jackson, ML (University College London, 2011)
      In discussing Pierre Klossowski’s writings on Sade, Jane Gallop engages with what she cites as a “whirling quid pro quo” of turnings, which she nominates under the term “tergiversations” from the Latin vertere, “to turn” ...
    • Radical gestures: time’s matter for architecture

      Jackson, ML (Studies in Material Thinking Journal, 2011)
      Confronting the conservative in architecture is a timely and necessary agenda, a confrontation that aims to explore and expose the complex of forces that constitute the discipline, profession and teaching agencies of ...
    • Security, preservation, enhancement

      Jackson, ML (Australasian Society for Continental Philosophy (ASCP), 2012)
      In an interview, “The Return of Morality,” Michel Foucault candidly suggests the extraordinary influence of Nietzsche and Heidegger on his thinking. Moreover, it is precisely reading them together that was the genuine ...