Rajdeep Pathak studies literature and philosophy. His literary, philosophical and intellectual interests span world literature, literature(s) in translation, IWE, contemporary Assamese literature, trans- and posthumanism, literature and cognition, cognitive poetics, consciousness and memory studies, philosophy of mind, philosophy of literature, neurophilosophy, neuropsychology, affect studies, modernism and modernity(-ies), philosophy of technology, cybernetics and cybercultures, biopolitics, bioethics, epistemologies of medicine, digital and techno-humanities, metaphysics of the self, phenomenology, object-oriented ontology, critical theory, the literature-technology interface, and history of ideas. He blogs on literature, philosophy, and art. Click here to read his regular blog posts.
‘My library is an archive of longings.’ – Susan Sontag, As Consciousness Is Harnessed to Flesh: Journals and Notebooks, 1964-1980
‘I was the daydream of what I wanted to be, and my dreaming began in my will: my goals were always the first fiction of what I never was.’ – Fernando Pessoa, The Book of Disquiet
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