Dr Luis de Miranda, Annotated List of Publications
Articles in peer-reviewed journals
(in progress, 2018) ‘“The Isolation Syndrome of Automation”: on Cobots, Humans, and Well-Belonging’.
(peer-reviewing in progress, 2018) ‘Big Data, Small Concepts: Histosophy as an Approach to Longue Durée History’, Global Intellectual History. With Dr. Emile Chabal.
(in press, 2017) ‘La mystique de l’esprit de corps chez Bergson et Deleuze/Guattari’, Deleuziana.
(2015) ‘Esprit de Corps and the French Revolutionary Crisis: A Prehistory of the Concept of Solidarity’, Forschungsportal (University of Vienna, Austria).
(2013) ‘Is a New Life Possible? Deleuze and the Lines’, Deleuze Studies.
Articles & chapters in refereed books
(in press, 2017) ‘On the Concept of Creal: Ethical Promises of a Non-Teleological Creative Universal’, in The Dark Precursor: Deleuze and Artistic Research, ed. Paulo de Assis & Paolo Giudic. Louvain: Leuven University Press.
(2016) ‘We, Anthrobot: Learning From Human Forms of Interaction and Esprit de Corps to Develop More Diverse Social Robotics’, in What Social Robots Can and Should do. Amsterdam: IOS Press. With Dr. Ram Rammamorthy and Dr. Michael Rovatsos.
sole-authored books and translations of sole-authored books
(in translation, 2019) Paridaiza. Sacramento: Snuggly Books. A philosophical novel inspired by my research on videogames and digital cultures.
(in translation, 2019) Joy. A philosophical novel inspired by my research on the intellectual history of the psychological effects of music.
(in translation, 2018) Being and Neonness: a Histosophy of Neon Signs (in discussion with Polity). A philosophical, cultural, and artistic history of neon signs in the twentieth century.
(2017) Who Killed the Poet? Sacramento: Snuggly Books. A philosophical novella on the rarefaction of spaces of sublimity and poetic utopia. Translated by Tina Kover.
(2012) L’être et le néon. Paris: Max Milo. French original of the above-mentioned Being and Neonness.
(2011) Qui a tué le poète? Paris: Max Milo. French original of the above-mentioned Who Killed the Poet?
(2010) L’art d’être libres au temps des automates. Paris: Max Milo. A philosophical, cultural, and political history of computers and digital media.
(2008) Une vie nouvelle est-elle possible? Deleuze et les lignes. Caen: Nous. A philosophical analysis of Deleuze and Guattari’s theories of lines.
(2008) Paridaiza. Paris: Plon. French original of the above-mentioned.
(2007) Peut-on jouir du capitalisme? Lacan avec Heidegger et Marx. Paris: Punctum. A philosophical and political analysis of Lacan’s concepts of jouissance and capitalist discourse.
(2003) Ego Trip: La société des artistes-sans-oeuvre. Paris: Max Milo. A philosophical and political essay, a rereading of Debord’s concept of spectacle in the era of digital networks.
(2002) Moment mangétique de l’aimant. Paris: La Chasse au Snark. A political novella on immigration, human migrations, and identity. Based on my experience of growing in France as a child of non-French citizens.
(2001) A Vide. Paris: Denoël. A philosophical novel on capitalism and financial speculation.
(2000) Le Spray. Paris: Calmann-Lévy. A philosophical tale on the fear of aging and the cult of youth.
(1998) La Mémoire de Ruben. Bruxelles, Gamma Press. A philosophical novel on friendship. Translated into Arabic and published by Walidoff Editions, Tunisia, 2010)
(1997) Joie. Paris: Le Temps des Cerises. French original of the above mentioned Joy.
(forthcoming, 2019) AI and Robotics, 30-second collection. London, Quarto Books. To be simultaneously published in 30 languages/countries.