Books published by Univocal Publishing

Powers of Time

Univocal Publishing | July 17, 2019 | 100 pages
How is it that when we think of time, we hardly think of the role affect plays in granting us access to time: the sense of waiting, regret, mourning, melancholy? In Powers of Time, David Lapoujade returns to two central themes that continuously converge throughout the writings of the French... More Info

Language and Reality

Univocal Publishing | July 17, 2019 | 220 pages
In Language and Reality, originally published in S�o Paulo, Brazil, in 1964, Vil�m Flusser continues his philosophical and theoretical exploration into language. He begins to postulate that language is not simply a map of the world but also the driving force for projecting worlds and enters... More Info

Utopia from Thomas More to Walter Benjamin

Univocal Publishing | January 15, 2017 | 114 pages
"Utopia poses a question. Not simply in the sense of a problem to be resolved and at the same time eliminated . . .  More Info

ABC of Impossibility

Univocal Publishing | August 1, 2015 | 100 pages
How does one write an experimental ABC, an impossible theory that would deal with a series of phenomena, concepts, places, sensations, persons, and moods? A para-philosophy? Returning to a once-abandoned project of fragmented thoughts where the author's voice moves from the serious to the pathetic,... More Info

Cannibal Metaphysics

Univocal Publishing | December 1, 2014 | 245 pages
The iconoclastic Brazilian anthropologist and theoretician Eduardo Viveiros de Castro, well known in his discipline for helping initiate its “ontological turn,” offers a vision of anthropology as “the practice of the permanent decolonization of thought.” After showing that Amazonian and... More Info

Variations on the Body

Univocal Publishing | June 13, 2012 | 152 pages
World-renowned philosopher, Michel Serres writes a text in praise of the body and movement, in praise of teachers of physical education, coaches, mountain guides, athletes, dancers, mimes, clowns, artisans, and artists. This work describes the variations, the admirable metamorphoses that the body... More Info

Two Lessons on Animal and Man

Univocal Publishing | June 13, 2012 | 92 pages
Simondon is a secret password among certain discussions within philosophy today. As a philosopher of technology, Simondon's work has a place at the forefront of current thinking in media, technology, psychology, and philosophy with complex accounts of man's relationship to technology and the realm... More Info


Univocal Publishing | June 13, 2012 | 54 pages
The art of living today has shifted to a continuous state of the experimental. In one of his last texts, Telemorphosis, renowned thinker and anti-philosopher Jean Baudrillard takes on the task of thinking and reflecting on the coming digital media architectures of the social. While “the social”... More Info