François Laruelle ve (Standart Olmayan) İletişim
Philippe Theophanidis

Öz

İletişim ve medya alanlarında François Laruelle’in çalışmasından pek sık söz edilmez. Bu araştırma notları, bu kesişimin üç noktasının ana hatlarını çıkarmayı önerir. İlk olarak, Laruelle’in özellikle iletişim üzerine yazdığı kısa bir deneme ele alınacaktır. Söz konusu denemeye hızlıca bir genel bakışın yanı sıra, felsefe için olmayan-felsefe neyse, iletişim için de –pek çok yazar tarafından dile getirildiği gibi- bir modelin halihazırda varolduğu öne sürülmektedir. Bu model “standart olmayan iletişim” olarak ifade edilmiştir. Bu noktadan sonra çalışma,  standart olmayan iletişimin Laruelle’in olmayan-felsefesi ile kesiştiği, iki ilave yol önerisiyle devam etmektedir. İlk kesişim, standart olmayan iletişimin kendisinin dışında hiçbir şeyle iletişim kurmadığı gerçeğinde yatmaktadır. İkinci kesişimdeyse standart olmayan iletişim, iki fail arasında yer almaktan çok bu failliğin en başta nasıl meydana geldiğiyle ilişkilidir.

Anahtar Terimler

iletişim; Laruelle; felsefe; ifade edilemezlik; medya; topluluk

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