“Extitutional Theory,” Primavera di Filippi and Marc Santolini (2021, forthcoming)
Key readings that have informed extitutional theory. This page will be updated from time to time.
- “A New Philosophy of Society,” DeLanda
- “Assemblage Theory,” Delanda
- Subjects from “A Thousand Plateaus” and “Anti-Oedipus” (Deleuze and Guattari):
- Introduction: Rhizome
- Lines of Flight
- Geology of Morals
- The aspects of the assemblage
- Theorems of deterritorialization
- Territoriality, assemblages, and inter-assemblages
- On institutions:
- “What are Institutions,” Hogson
- “What is an Institution,” Searle
- “Institutions,” Douglass North
- “Bureacracy, Collegiality and Social Change,” Lazega
- “Doing Institutional Analysis: Digging Deeper Than Markets and Hierarchies,” Ostrom
- “Homo Sacer,” Agamben
- “The Cybernetic Hypothesis,” Tiqqun
- “Before the Law: Encounters at the Borderline” (in New Critical Legal Theory)
- “Steps to an Ecology of Mind,” Bateson.
- Squad Wealth
- “The Laws of Form,” Spencer-Brown, 1972 and “Laws of Form: an Exploration in Mathematics and Foundations,” Kauffman
- “Economic Action and Social Structure: The Problem of Embeddedness.” Granovetter, 1985.
See also: “Extitutions: The Other Side of Institutions,” by Spicer (2010) for an earlier (unaffiliated) take on the concept.