Dr. Michael Marder

  • Adjunto.
    Filosofía alemana y francesa (siglos XIX y XX), Ética y Filosofía Política (clásica y contemporánea), Filosofía del medioambiente
  • Teléfono: +56226762201
  • Email: michael.marder@gmail.com

Doctor en Filosofía, New School for Social Research, New York, EE.UU.

M.A. en Ciencia Política, York University, Toronto, Canadá

B.A. Psicología / Pensamiento Político y Social, York University, Toronto, Canadá

Michael Marder es Profesor de Investigación Ikerbasque en el Departamento de Filosofía de la Universidad del País Vasco, Vitoria-Gasteiz, España, y Profesor Adjunto en el Instituto de Humanidades de la Universidad Diego Portales. Sus áreas de interés como investigador incluyen la fenomenología, la filosofía del medioambiente y el pensamiento político. Es autor de once libros, entre los cuales se cuentan los recientes Pyropolitics (Rowman & Littlefield, 2015), Dust (Bloomsbury, 2016), Through Vegetal Being (con Luce Irigaray, Columbia, 2016) y Energy Dreams: Of Actuality (Columbia, 2017). Su sitio web es: http://www.michaelmarder.org.

  • Publicaciones
  • Investigaciones finalizadas

Libros

  • Marder, Michael. Energy Dreams: Of Actuality (New York: Columbia University Press, 2017): https://cup.columbia.edu/book/energy-dreams/9780231180597
  • Marder, Michael. Grafts: Writings on Plants (Minneapolis, MN: Univocal Publishing [University of Minnesota Press], 2016)
  • Marder, Michael, with Luce Irigaray, Through Vegetal Being: Two Philosophical Perspectives (New York: Columbia University Press, 2016)
  • Marder, Michael. The Chernobyl Herbarium: Fragments of an Exploded Consciousness, with artworks by Anaïs Tondeur (London: Open Humanities Press, 2016)
  • Marder, Michael. Dust [Object Lessons] (New York & London: Bloomsbury, 2016)
  • Marder, Michael. Pyropolitics: When the World Is Ablaze (London: Rowman & Littlefield Int’l, 2015)
  • Marder, Michael. The Philosopher’s Plant: An Intellectual Herbarium, with drawings by Mathilde Roussel (New York: Columbia University Press, 2014)
  • Marder, Michael. Phenomena—Critique—Logos: The Project of Critical Phenomenology (London, UK & Lanham, MD: Rowman & Littlefield, 2014)
  • Marder, Michael. Plant-Thinking: A Philosophy of Vegetal Life (New York: Columbia University Press, 2013)
  • Marder, Michael. Groundless Existence: The Political Ontology of Carl Schmitt (New York & London: Continuum, 2010). Paperback edition: 2012.
  • Marder, Michael. The Event of the Thing: Derrida’s Post-Deconstructive Realism (Toronto: University of Toronto Press, 2009) Paperback edition: 2011.

Libros editados

  • Marder, Michael with Patricia Vieira (eds.), The Philosophical Salon: Speculations, Reflections, Interventions (London: Open Humanities Press, 2017). Disponible en PDF aquí.
  • Marder, Michael with Luce Irigaray (eds.), Building a New World (Basingstoke & New York: Palgrave, 2015)
  • Marder, Michael with Peter Trawny and Marcia Sá Cavalcante Schuback (eds.), Martin Heidegger, On Hegel’s Philosophy of Right. The 1934-5 Seminar and Interpretative Essays (London & New York: Bloomsbury, 2014)
  • Marder, Michael with Santiago Zabala (eds.), Being Shaken: Ontology and the Event (Basingstoke & New York: Palgrave, 2014)
  • Marder, Michael with Gianni Vattimo (eds.), Deconstructing Zionism: A Critique of Political Metaphysics (London & New York: Bloomsbury, 2013)
  • Marder, Michael with Patricia Vieira (eds.), Existential Utopia: New Perspectives on Utopian Thought (London & New York: Continuum, 2011)

Capítulos de libro

  • Marder, Michael. “Philosophy’s Homecoming.” In Richard Polt and Jon Wittrock (eds.), The Task of Philosophy in the Anthropocene: Axial Echoes in Global Space, forthcoming in 2017.
  • Marder, Michael. “To Hear Plants Speak.” In Patricia Vieira, John Ryan, and Monica Gagliano (eds.), The Language of Plants: Science, Philosophy, Literature, and Cinema, forthcoming in 2017.
  • Marder, Michael. “Meat without Flesh.” In Brianne Donaldson (ed.), The Future of Meat without Animals (London: Rowman & Littlefield Int’l, 2016), pp. 101-109.
  • Marder, Michael. “Hermeneutic Communism as a (Weak) Political Phenomenology.” In Silvia Mazzini (ed.), Renewing Communism through Hermeneutics? On Vattimo and Zabala’s Hermeneutic Communism, forthcoming in 2017.
  • Marder, Michael. “The Other ‘Jewish Question’.” In Andrew Mitchell and Peter Trawny (eds.), Heidegger and the Jews, forthcoming in 2017.
  • Marder, Michael. “Ecology as an Event.” In David Wood, et al. (eds.), Ecology and Deconstruction, forthcoming in 2017.
  • Marder, Michael. In The Philosophical Salon: Speculations, Reflections, Interventions, Michael Marder & Patricia Vieira (eds.), London: Open Humanities Press, 2017:
    -(with Patricia Vieira), “Introduction: Welcome to The Philosophical Salon,” pp. 13-22.
    -“Trump Metaphysics,” pp. 41-44.
    -“The Meaning of ‘Clean Energy’,” pp. 84-87.
    -“The Muslim ‘No’,” pp. 216-219.
    -“Chernobyl as an Event: Thirty Years After,” pp. 223-225.
    -(with Patricia Vieira), “Blackmailing the Greeks: The End of Democratic Europe,” pp. 234-236.
    -“The Con Artistry of the Deal: Trump, the Reality-TV President,” pp. 240-243.
  •  Marder, Michael (with Luis Garagalza). “Sujeto, redes y jerarquías”. In D. Carvajal, I. Vítores y J Rodriguez (eds.), Poder, físco y mercado en las cuidades de la Peninsula Ibérica, s. XIV – XVI (Valladolid: Castilla Ediciones, 2016), pp. 13-19.
  • Marder, Michael. “What’s Planted in the Event? On the Secret Life of a Philosophical Concept.” In Patricia Vieira, Monica Gagliano & John Ryan (eds.), The Green Thread: Dialogues with the Vegetal World (Lexington, 2015), pp. 3-17.
  • Marder, Michael. “If Peas Can Talk, Should We Eat Them?” In Peter Catapano and Simon Critchley (eds.), The Stone Reader: Modern Philosophy in 133 Arguments (London & New York: W.W. Norton, 2015), pp. 275-278.
  • Marder, Michael. “Afterword—Cultivating Natural Belonging: Luce Irigaray’s Water Lily.” In Luce Irigaray & Michael Marder (eds.), Building a New World (Basingstock & New York: Palgrave, 2015), pp. 297-314.
  • Marder, Michael. “Politics and Critique.” In Jeff Malpas and Hans-Helmuth Gander (eds.), The Routledge Companion to Hermeneutics (London & New York: Routledge, 2014), 324-334.
  • Marder, Michael. “Redes y Religión.” In Andrés Ortiz-Osés, El Dios Heterodoxo (Zaragoza: Instituición Fernando el Católico, CSIS, 2014), pp. 283-289.
  • Marder, Michael. “On Being Lost at Home: Disorientation between Economy and Ecology.” In Tora Lane & Marcia Sá Cavalcante Schuback (eds.), Dis-Orientations: Philosophical and Literary Inquiries into the Lost Grounds of Modernity (London, UK & Lanham, MD: Rowman & Littlefield, 2014), pp. 33-47.
  • Marder, Michael (with Luis Garagalza), “Evolución, Inadaptación y Patología Creativa,” in Diego Bermejo (ed.), Pensar después de Darwin: Ciencia, filosofía y teología en diálogo (Santander: Sal Terrae, 2014), pp. 107-128.
  • Marder, Michael. “Carl Schmitt and the De-Constitution of Europe.” In Daniel Innerarity et al. (eds.), The Future of Europe: Democracy, Legitimacy, and Justice after the Euro Crisis (London: Rowman & Littlefield, 2014), pp. 95-109.
  • Marder, Michael (with Marcia Sá Cavalcante Schuback), “Philosophy without Right? Some Notes on Heidegger’s Notes for the 1934-5 ‘Hegel Seminar’.” In Peter Trawny, Marcia Sá Cavalcante Schuback, and Michael Marder (eds.), On Hegel’s Philosophy of Right. The 1934-5 Seminar and Interpretative Essays (London & New York: Bloomsbury, 2014), pp. 83-93.
  • Marder, Michael. “The Question of Political Existence: Hegel, Heidegger, Schmitt.” In Peter Trawny, Marcia Sá Cavalcante Schuback, and Michael Marder (eds.), On Hegel’s Philosophy of Right. The 1934-5 Seminar and Interpretative Essays (London & New York: Bloomsbury, 2014), pp. 37-48.
  • Marder, Michael. “The Ethical Ungrounding of Phenomenology: Levinas’s Tremors.” In Santiago Zabala and Michael Marder (eds.), Being Shaken: Ontology and the Event (Basingstock & New York: Palgrave, 2014), pp. 41-62.
  • Marder, Michael. “Humor and Crisis.” In Idoia Mamolar Sánchez (ed.), Saber Reírse: El Humor desde la Antigüedad hasta Nuestros Días (Madrid: Liceus Edicones, 2014), pp. 251-261.
  • Marder, Michael. “A Zionist Synecdoche.” In Gianni Vattimo and Michael Marder (eds.), Deconstructing Zionism: A Critique of Political Metaphysics (London & New York: Bloomsbury, 2013), pp. 155-167.
  • Marder, Michael. “Sustainable Perspectivalism: Who Sustains Whom?” In Jack Appleton (ed.), Values in Sustainable Development (London & New York: Routledge, 2013), pp. 217-225.
  • Marder, Michael. “What’s Involved in Involution? A Psycho-Poetics of Regression: Freud—Horowitz—Celan”. In Peter Kulchyski & Shannon Bell (eds.), Subversive Itinerary: The Thought of Gad Horowitz (Toronto: University of Toronto Press, 2013), pp. 156-173.
  • Marder, Michael. “Vegetal Democracy: The Plant that is not One.” In Artemy Magun (ed.), Politics of the One: On Unity and Multiplicity in Contemporary Thought (London & New York: Bloomsbury, 2012), pp. 115-130.
  • Marder, Michael (with Patricia Vieira), “Existential Utopia—Of the World, the Possible, the Finite”. In Patricia Vieira & Michael Marder (eds.), Existential Utopia: New Perspectives on Utopian Thought (London & New York: Continuum, 2011), pp. 34-48.
  • Marder, Michael. “Political Hermeneutics, or Why Schmitt is not the Enemy of Gadamer”. In Jeff Malpas and Santiago Zabala (eds.), Consequences of Hermeneutics (Evanston: Northwestern University Press, 2010), pp. 306-323.

Artículos

Con referato:

    • Marder, Michael. “Philosophy’s Homecoming,” Telos, 177, Winter 2016, pp. 169-185.
    • Marder, Michael. “The Vertical and the Vertiginous: A Phenomenology of the Mountains,” Phainomena XXV(98-9), 2016, pp. 225-235.
    • Marder, Michael. “To Open a Site (with Heidegger): Toward a Phenomenology of Ecological Politics,” Epoché, 21(1), Fall 2016, pp. 197-217.
    • Marder, Michael. “Anti-Nomad,” Deleuze Studies, 10(4), 2016, pp. 496-503.
    • Marder, Michael. “Theses on Weak Ecology,” Philosophy Today, 60(3), 2016, pp. 651-662.
    • Marder, Michael. “An Ode to Amekhania,” Qui Parle, 24(2), Spring/Summer 2016, pp. 151-160.
    • Marder, Michael. “To Share without Dividing,” a special issue of Caliban: French Journal of English Studies, 55, on “Sharing the Planet,” 2016, pp. 69-86.
    • Marder, Michael. “The Proximity of the Woods,” Stasis, 3, 2015, pp. 474-483.
      “The Sense of Seeds, or Seminal Events,” Environmental Philosophy, April 2015, DOI: 10.5840/envirophil201542920
    • Marder, Michael (with Luce Irigaray), “Thinking Anew,” The Philosopher’s Magazine, 68, April 2015, pp. 27-9.
    • Marder, Michael. “The Place of Plants: Spatiality, Movement, Growth,” Performance Philosophy, 1, 2015, pp. 185-194.
    • Marder, Michael. “The Enlightenment, Pyropolitics, and the Problem of Evil,” Political Theology, 16(2), 2015, pp. 146-158.
    • Marder, Michael. “For a Phytocentrism to Come,” Environmental Philosophy, 11(2), Fall 2014, pp. 237-252.
    • Marder, Michael. “La sinécdoque sionista,” Revista de Filosofía y Ciencias Jurídicas, 3(4), 2014, pp. 118-124.
    • Marder, Michael (with Patricia Vieira), “Writing Phytophilia: Philosophers and Poets as Lovers of Plants,” Frame: A Journal of Literary Studies, 26(2), November 2013, pp. 39-55.
    • Marder, Michael. “Existential Phenomenology According to Clarice Lispector”, Philosophy and Literature, 37(2), October 2013, pp. 374-388.
    • Marder, Michael. “Natality, Event, Revolution: The Political Phenomenology of Hannah Arendt,” Journal of the British Society for Phenomenology, 44(3), October 2013, pp. 302-320.
    • Marder, Michael. “La Política del Fuego: El Desplazamiento Contemporáneo del Paradigma Geopolítico,” Isegoría, 49, July-December 2013, pp. 599-613.
    • Marder, Michael. “On the Verge of Respect: Ontological and Phenomenological Investigations into Plant Ethics”, Epoché, 18(1), Fall 2013, pp. 247-265.
    • Marder, Michael. “Should Plants Have Rights?” The Philosopher’s Magazine, 62, July 2013, pp. 56-60.
    • Marder, Michael. “Plant Intelligence and Attention”, Plant Signaling & Behavior, 8/5, May 2013.
    • Marder, Michael. “Is it Ethical to Eat Plants?” Parallax, 19(1), 2013, pp. 29-37.
    • Marder, Michael. “What Is Plant-Thinking?” Klēsis: Revue Philosophique, 25, 2013, pp. 124-143.
    • Marder, Michael. “Of Plants, and Other Secrets,” Societies, 3, 2013, pp. 16-23.
    • Marder, Michael. “On the Mountains, or the Aristocracies of Space,” Environment, Space, Place, 4(2), Fall 2012, pp. 63-74.
    • Marder, Michael. “Plant Intentionality and the Phenomenological Framework of Plant Intelligence,” Plant Signaling and Behavior, 7/11, November 2012, pp. 1365-1372.
    • Marder, Michael. “The Life of Plants and the Limits of Empathy”, Dialogue: Canadian Philosophical Review, 51(2), June 2012, pp. 259-273.
    • Marder, Michael. “The Elemental Regimes of Carl Schmitt, or the ABC of Pyropolitics”, Journal of Social Science, 60, Summer 2012, pp. 253-277.
    • Marder, Michael. “The Pulse of Phenomenology”, Parrhesia, 14, 2012, pp. 16-22.
      • Galician version: “O Pulso da Fenomenoloxía,” Anotacións sobre Literatura e Filosofía, 3, February 2014, pp. 11-35.
      “The Phenomenology of Ontico-Ontological Difference,” Bulletin d’Analyse Phénoménologique, 8(2), 2012, pp. 1-20.
      • Portuguese version: “A Fenomenologia da Diferença Ôntico-Ontologica,” Phainomenon: Revista de Fenomenologia, 20/1, Spring & Fall 2012, pp. 243-258. (translated by Elisabete M. de Sousa)
    • Marder, Michael. “Humor, Crítica y Crisis”, Claves de la Razón Práctica, 220, March 2012, 74-77. (translated into Spanish by Luis Garagalza)
    • Marder, Michael. “Resist Like a Plant! On the Vegetal Life of Political Movements”, Peace Studies Journal, 5(1), January 2012, pp. 24-32.
    • Marder, Michael. “Vegetal Anti-Metaphysics: Learning from the Plants”, Continental Philosophy Review, 44(4), Fall 2011, pp. 469-489.
    • Marder, Michael. “Phenomenology of Distraction, or Attention in the Fissuring of Time and Space”, Research in Phenomenology, 41(2), Fall 2011, pp. 396-419.
    • Marder, Michael. “A Levinasian Ethics of Attention”, Phainomenon: Revista de Fenomenologia, 18/19, Spring and Fall 2011, pp. 27-40.
    • Marder, Michael. “Plant-Soul: The Elusive Meanings of Vegetative Life”, Environmental Philosophy, 8 (1), Spring 2011, pp. 83-99.
    • Marder, Michael. “Fugas do Bem / Fugues of the Good”, Revista Filosófica de Coimbra / Coimbra Philosophical Review, 19(38), Fall 2010, pp. 273-290. (translated into Portuguese by Henrique Miguel Carvalho)
    • Marder, Michael. “Breathing ‘to’ the Other—Levinas and Ethical Breathlessness”, Levinas Studies, Volume IV, 2009, pp. 91-110.
    • Marder, Michael. “What is Living and What is Dead in Attention?” Research in Phenomenology, 39(1), February 2009, pp. 29-51.
    • Marder, Michael. “Différance of the Real”, Parrhesia, 4, April 2008, pp. 49-61.
    • Marder, Michael. “Carl Schmitt’s ‘Cosmopolitan Restaurant’: Culture, Multiculturalism, and the Complexio Oppositorum”, Telos, 142, Spring 2008, pp. 29-47. (Featured in a special issue on “Culture and Politics in Carl Schmitt”.)
    • Marder, Michael. “Complexio Oppositorum: Politics and Culture in Carl Schmitt,” Proceedings of the XXII World Congress in Philosophy, Vol. 50, pp. 451-458.
    • Marder, Michael. “Terror of the Ethical: On Levinas’s Il y a”, Postmodern Culture, 18(2), January 2008 <http://muse.jhu.edu/journals/postmodern_culture/v018/18.2.marder.html>.
    • Marder, Michael. “Given the Right—Of Giving (in Hegel’s Grundlinien der Philosophie des Rechts)”, Epoché, 12(1), Fall 2007, pp. 93-108.
    • Marder, Michael. “Heidegger’s ‘Phenomenology of Failure’ in Sein und Zeit”, Philosophy Today, 51(1), Spring 2007, pp. 69-78.
    • Marder, Michael. “On Lenin’s ‘Usability’, Or How to Stay on the Edge?” Rethinking Marxism, 19(1), January 2007, pp. 110-127.
    • Marder, Michael. “Derrida’s Phenomenology of Value and the Thing in the Epoch of Globalization”, Arché, VII, 2007, pp. 163-173.
    • Marder, Michael. “Taming the Beast: The Other Tradition in Political Theory”, Mosaic, 39(4), December 2006, pp. 47-60. (Featured in a special issue on the “Animal”.)
    • Marder, Michael. “Minima Patientia: Reflections on the Subject of Suffering”, New German Critique, 33(1) Winter 2006, pp. 53-72. (Featured in a special issue on “Adorno and Ethics”.)
    • Marder, Michael. “‘Higher than Actuality’—On the Possibility of Phenomenology in Heidegger”, Indo-Pacific Journal of Phenomenology, 5(2), December 2005, pp. 1-10.
    • Marder, Michael. “Carl Schmitt and the Risk of the Political”, Telos, 132, Fall 2005, pp. 5-24. (Featured in a special section on Carl Schmitt.)
    • Marder, Michael. “Beyond History in History: Historiographic Threads in Foucault and Levinas”, Clio, 34(4), Summer 2005, pp. 419-442.
    • Marder, Michael. “Sure Thing? On Things and Objects in the Philosophy of Jacques Derrida”, Postmodern Culture. Special Issue: Jacques Derrida, 15(3), May 2005.
    • Marder, Michael. “Failed Translations: Textuality of Capital against Walter Benjamin’s ‘The Task of the Translator’”, European Journal of Economics and Economic Policy: Intervention, 2(1), March/April 2005, pp. 115-129.
    • Marder, Michael. “History, Memory, and Forgetting in Nietzsche and Derrida”, Epoché, 9(1), Fall 2004, pp. 137-157.
    • Marder, Michael. “Retracing Capital: Toward a Theory of Trace in Marxian Political Economy”, Rethinking Marxism, 16(3), July 2004, pp. 243-259.
    • Marder, Michael. “On Adorno’s ‘Subject and Object’”, Telos, 126, Winter 2003, pp. 41-52.

Sin referato:

  • Marder, Michael. “El mundo en llamas,” La Maleta de Portbou: Revista de Humanidades y Economía, 17, mayo-junio, 2016.
  • Marder, Michael. “Ser doble,” La Maleta de Portbou: Revista de Humanidades y Economía, 13, September-October, 2015, pp. 20-1.
  • Marder, Michael. “Plus de restes,” The LA Review of Books, October 9, 2014 <http://lareviewofbooks.org/essay/thought-without-remembrance>
  • Marder, Michael. “Por una filosofía de las plantas,” La Maleta de Portbou: Revista de Humanidades y Economía, 3, January-March, 2014, pp. 107-109.
  • Marder, Michael. “Botany’s Copernican Revolution,” The LA Review of Books, March 17, 2013 < http://lareviewofbooks.org/essay/what-is-plant-thinking-botanys-copernican-revolution>
  • Marder, Michael. “After the Fire: The Politics of Ashes,” Telos, 161, a special issue on Politics after Metaphysics, Winter 2012, pp. 163-180.
  • Marder, Michael. “Gianni Vattimo, from Z to A”, Telos, 154, Spring 2011, pp. 164-169.
  • Marder, Michael. “On Silent Grounds: An Epistemological Break with Althusser’s Theory of Interpellation?” Journal of Contemporary Thought, 29, Summer 2009, pp. 117-128.
  • Marder, Michael. “From the Concept of the Political to the Event of Politics”, Telos, 147, Summer 2009, pp. 55-76.

The Event of the Thing

  • Calidad de investigador: Investigador responsable
  • Duración: 4 años
  • Año de adjudicación: 2003
  • Tipo de investigación: Internacional
  • Fuente de financiamiento: SSHRC (Social Sciences & Humanities Research Council of Canada)

Political Philosophy of Carl Schmitt

  • Calidad de investigador: Investigador responsable
  • Duración: 2 años
  • Año de adjudicación: 2007
  • Tipo de investigación: Internacional
  • Fuente de financiamiento: SSHRC (Social Sciences & Humanities Research Council of Canada)

Phenomenology of Distraction

  • Calidad de investigador: Investigador responsable
  • Duración: 1 año
  • Año de adjudicación: 2009
  • Tipo de investigación: Internacional
  • Fuente de financiamiento: FCT: Fundação de Ciência e Tecnologia (Portugal)

Postmodernidad, Pluralidad y Postsecularidad

  • Calidad de investigador: Co-investigador
  • Duración: 2 años
  • Año de adjudicación: 2012
  • Tipo de investigación: Nacional
  • Fuente de financiamiento: Universidad Deusto