Abrams, J. J., 233, 245
Abstraction, 12, 84, 93–98, 100–101,
107, 144
Adorno, Th eodor, 93, 96
Agamben, Giorgio, 22, 28, 36, 41, 172,
181–82, 222, 298, 301; and bare life
23, 38–39, 280, 293; and biology,
38; and state of exception, 222;
and symbolic, 40
Aletheia, 81, 82, 84, 90
Alexander, William P., 222, 301
Alterity, 4, 18, 27, 97, 103, 108,
136–38
Althusser, Louis, 13, 28, 47–58,
105–6, 218–19; 289–90, 301
Animal, 37–39, 62, 64, 65, 67, 77–78,
160–65, 177–80, 182, 198, 222–24,
226, 228, 231, 236, 244, 247, 293–94;
and animalization, 172, 181–82,
222–23
Apess, William, 204, 301
Apollinaire, Guillaume, 6, 199
Archive, 16, 145, 189, 196, 198–203,
205–6, 246, 272, 276, 296; as open,
201; as plastic, 16, 202, 205
Arendt, Hannah, 269, 275
Aron, Raymond, 32, 301
Ashby, W. Ross, 241, 242, 244, 301
Aurelius, Marcus, 83
Autoaff ection, 113, 118
Autoplasticity, 24, 76, 77, 80, 81, 86, 87
Autopoiesis, 24, 75, 77, 85–87
Babbage, Charles, 270
Bakhtin, Mikhail M., 16, 192–94, 195,
197, 301–2; and genre as plasticity,
193
Barthes, Roland, 159–62, 302
Bataille, George, 45, 152
Bateson, Gregory, 241
Baucom, Ian, 272, 276
Beer, Staff ord, 241
Being, 97, 288–89
Bentham, Jeremy, 249
Benyus, Janine, 70
Bergson, Henri, 8, 162, 164–66,
177–80, 182, 302
Bernays, Edward, 256
Bernstein, Charles, 272
Biology, 3, 4, 6, 8, 10, 12, 38, 111,
292–94; and access to, 222; and
autopoiesis, 24, 77; and accident,
129; and bare life, 39, 41, 282; as
biological concept, 294; as biologi-
cal life, 293; and biopolitics, 37–38,
171, 283, 293–94; and Canguilhem,
78; and capitalism, 104; and colo-
nialism, 222; and control, 42; and
determinism, 4, 45, 284, 294; and
diversity, 227; and environment,
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