Robin Mackay and Ray Brassier, Editors' Introduction; Kant, Capital, and the Prohibition of Incest; Narcissism and Dispersion in Heidegger's 1953 Trakl Interpretation; Delighted to Death; Art as Insurrection; Spirit and Teeth; Shamanic Nietzsche; After the Law; Making it with Death; Circuitries; Machinic Desire; CyberGothic; Cyberrevolution; Hypervirus; No Future; Cyberspace Anarchitecture as Jungle-War; Meat (or How to Kill Oedipus in Cyberspace); Meltdown; A zIIgothIc-==X=coDA==-(CookIng-lobsteRs- wIth-jAke-AnD-DInos); KatasoniX; Barker Speaks; Mechanomics; Cryptolith; Non-Standard Numeracies; Occultures; Origins of the Cthulhu Club; Introduction to Qwernomics; Qabbala 101; Tic-Talk; Critique of Transcendental Miserablism; A Dirty Joke
Robin Mackay is a philosopher and director of the UK arts organization Urbanomic and is Associate Researcher at Goldsmiths University of London.
'Theory as cyberpunk fiction: Land's machinic theory-poetry parallelled the digital intensities of 90s jungle, techno and doomcore, anticipating "impending human extinction becoming accessible as a dancefloor"'- Mark Fisher; 'Land had the most brilliantly seductive and meteoric mind, endlessly imaginative and capable of adopting, inhabiting and discarding any philosophical position. With him-and rightly so-philosophy infected every area of life.'-Simon Critchley