The Psychopathologies of Cognitive CapitalismPart Two

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The Early and Late Stages of Cognitive Capitalism
Warren Neidich

SECTION 1: Cognitive Capitalism The Early Phase

Video and Autobiography vs. the Autobiography of Video. An Historical View of the Ambiguities of Self-monitoring Technologies
Ina Blom

The Psychopathologies of the Bourgeoisie
John Roberts

Logic and Fiction: Notes on Finance and the Power of Recursivity
Patricia Reed

Does Cognitive Capitalism Exist?
Maurizio Lazzarato

Therapy for a Pathological Capitalism
Karl Lydén

SECTION 2: The Psychopathologies of Cognitive Capitalism and its Responses

Mental Quilombos in the Production of Value: Flights and Counter-forms of Mania Under Cognitive Capitalism in a Postcolonial World
Yann Moulier Boutang

A Fiction of the Great Outdoors: The Psychopathology of Panic in Robert Harris' The Fear Index
Arne De Boever

A Chronotopy of Post-Fordist Labor
Pascal Gielen

The Only Place to Hide? The Art and Politics of Sleep in Cognitive Capitalism
Alexei Penzin in conversation with Maria Chekhonadsikh

SECTION 3: The Cognitive Turn in Cognitive Capitalism

Cultured Brains and the Production of Subjectivity: The Politics of Affect(s) as an Unfinished Project
Charles T. Wolfe

The Power of Abstraction and its Antagonism: On Some Problems of Contemporary Neuroscience and the Theory of Cognitive Capitalism
Matteo Pasquinelli

Towards A cognitive Architecture: A Cybernetic Note Beyond—or the Self-informing Machinery
Liss C. Werner

Neuroecology: Notes Toward a Synthesis
Sanford Kwinter

Computational Architecture and the Statisticon
Warren Neidich

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