Acting out

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Stiegler's Acting Out was reviewed in Reconstruction 9.1 (2009)

"For readers unfamiliar with Stiegler's work but who are looking to become familiar, Technics and Time, 1: The Fault of Empimetheus is arguably the best place to begin, as it represents the most detailed discussion of "technics," which is what Stiegler is known for. For those philosophers who might otherwise never read Stiegler, Acting Out should be approached as a brief introduction to his big ideas couched in more general reflections on the life of a philosopher. For those who are already reading Stiegler's work, Acting Out is an indispensible supplement."  —Davin Heckman