Barad, K. (2017) What Flashes Up: Theological- Political-Scientific Fragments. In: Keller, C. & Rubenstein (Eds) Entangled Worlds. Religion, Science, and New Materialism. Fordham Univ. Press, New York, 2017.Pp. 19-88

Lambert, M.(1662-63) Léçons de Ténèbres, Seconde Léçon du Jeudi St, Biblioteque Nationale de France, dépt. de la Musique, Rés. 585, f.25 r - 29 v.

Nishida, K.(1958) Intelligibility and the Philosophy of Nothingness. Three Philosophical Essays by Kitarō Nishida. International Philosophical Research Association of Japan, Forgotten Books. Classic Reprint SeriesEast-West Center Press, Honolulu. Translation with an Introduction by Robert Schinzinger.

Hearing Voice without Voice:

A diffractive reading of Kitarō Nishida's Thinking on Acting-Intuition,

Karen Barad's notes on What Flashes Up(2017)

Michel Lambert's Léçons de Ténèbres (Seconde Léçon du Jeudi St, 1662-63)

(In progress...)

(Nishida 1958:247)

(Nishida 1958)

(Lambert 1662-63: f.25 r.)