Humanismus nach dem Tod des Menschen
Flucht und Rückkehr des subjektiven Faktors der Geschichte
By passing through the “death of man”, Deleuze’s, Guattari’s and Foucault’s antihumanism dissolved the teleologically founded “history” of traditional marxism into a pluralist history of pure contingency. When today’s postmarxism as outlined by Hardt/ Negri or Badiou/Zizek returns to a historical subject and its “materialist teleology” (Hardt/ Negri), their philosophical move seems to be a step back into traditions already overcome. But poststructuralism and postmarxism don’t block each other in the dead end of an eitheror. Instead of this, their constellation opens up a third option rightly named “posthumanism”.