dr.
(Sjoerd) S van Tuinen

dr. (Sjoerd) S van Tuinen
Erasmus School of Philosophy ESPhil
Location
Burg. Oudlaan 50, Rotterdam
Telephone
01040888976
Email
vantuinen@esphil.eur.nl

More information

Back to overview

Profile

Dr. Sjoerd van Tuinen is associate professor of philosophy at Erasmus School of Philosophy.

Rooted in continental philosophy, my interests are in metaphysics, aesthetics, social and political theory, and the history of philosophy. My work consists of commentary on classical and contemporary philosophers and multimedia engagements across the arts and humanities. I specialize in ecophilosophy, posthumanism, and critical theories of art, affect, debt, history, and care. All of my work is grounded in a pedagogical practice, and speculative reinterpretation, of the principle of sufficient reason, which replaces the question 'what is?' with 'by what right?'.

I currently supervise projects on 'The Principle of Sufficient Reason: From Critique to Care' (PhD), 'Bergson, Synthetic Biology, and Neuroscience' (PhD), 'The Logic of Deliciousness: To Think Food Differently in the Case of Nordic Cuisine' (PhD), 'Reasonable Machines: Rational Paths, Models and Prospects in the Philosophy of Artificial Intelligence' (PhD), 'The Politics of Austerity in Europe' (PhD), 'Articulations of Desire: Populism and the Future of Democracy' (Postdoc), and coordinate a long-standing study group in post-Kantian philosophy.

Short CV

After having studied sociology and philosophy in Rotterdam, Rome and Leipzig, I received a PhD in philosophy from Ghent University (2009, chapters) for a dissertation on Deleuze and Leibniz. In 2008-9 I worked as a lecturer at Maastricht University. Among many visiting appointments, I was visiting lecturer at Stellenbosch University (2005), visiting professor at the Academy of Fine Arts Vienna (2013), research fellow at Humboldt University (2014) and Fordham University (2016), and a Fung Global Fellow at Princeton University (2017-18). I have received several research grants, among them the NWO VENI scholarship, and edited about two dozen volumes and special issues, including a series of theory books in collaboration with V2_, Lab for the Unstable Media (Rotterdam). I am also a founding member of the Erasmus Institute for Public Knowledge (EIPK) and editor for various journals including De Uil van Minerva, SATS, and Palgrave Communications. Most of my work is available here.

Courses taught

Graduate courses: The Principle and Function of Reason; Mannerism and Modernity; Political Affect; Leibniz Today (Neo-Monadologies); The Expressionist Aesthetics of Deleuze and Guattari; Alfred North Whitehead's 'Process and Reality'; Art Theory and Art Criticism; Metaphysics in Spinoza and Leibniz.

Undergraduate courses: Science, Culture and Technology; Ecophilosophy; Ontology and Metaphysics; Dialects and Difference; Aesthetics; Plasticity of the Human; Philosophy and Rhetorics; Philosophy and Film; Philosophy of History; Empiricism and Pragmatism; Thesis Writing; Culture and Identity in a Globalizing Europe; Style and Modernity; Philosopy of Language; Disenchantment and Ideology; Cultural Pluralism; Philosophical Reading

Current writing

I am in the finishing stages of a monograph entitled Ressentiment: Pedagogy of a Concept. Starting from novel interpretations of Nietzsche and Améry, this book offers a comprehensive critique of established discourses on ressentiment, demonstrating their polemical (in)consistencies and proposing a new dialectic in which ressentiment and polemics no longer set the tone.

I also have a book under review: Matter and Manner: Mannerism in Art and Metaphysics. This book sets out from an analogy between the sixteenth century and our own, revolving around the problem of ‘composition.’ It brings together ethics and aesthetics in a continental modal metaphysics drawing on Bruno, Leibniz, Bergson, James, Whitehead, Souriau, Simondon, Deleuze, Stengers and Agamben. 

Key publications

2022 (forthcoming with Edinburgh University Press): Deleuze's Mannerist Aesthetics. A critical and clinical perspective on mannerism in art history and media and visual studies. In focusing on mannerism as distinct from the baroque, this book develops unknown aspects of Deleuze’s hermeticist inspiration in philosophy as well as affinities of his work with contemporary questions pertaining to the agency of images, the interface of psychiatry and art, and the politics of affect.

2021 (forthcoming April): 'Intersubjectivity and Transindividuality, or, Animal Monadology: Leibniz, Husserl, Deleuze, and the Composition of Worlds', Lo Sguardo. Rivista di filosofia.

2020: 'The Resentment-Ressentiment Complex: A Critique of Liberal Discourse', Global Discourse, 10.2, pp. 237-53. doi

2019: 'Common Sense: From Critique to Care (Arendt beyond Arendt)' in: Joke Brouwer & Sjoerd van Tuinen (eds.) To Mind is to Care (Rotterdam: V2 Publishers), pp. 124-57. pdf and a 2020 follow-up: 'Philosophy in the Light of AI: Hegel or Leibniz', in Angelaki. Journal for the Theoretical Humanities 25(4), 97-109, doi 

2018: The Polemics of Ressentiment. Variations on Nietzsche (ed.), London: Bloomsbury. pdf

2018: 'The Cosmic Artisan: Mannerist Virtuosity and Contemporary Crafts', in: Robin van den Akker,  Alison Gibbons, Timotheus Vermeulen (eds.) The Metamodern Turn: Aesthetics After Postmodernism, Rowman & Littlefield International, pp. 69-82. pdf 

2017: 'Elasticity and Plasticity: Immunology and the Crisis of Repetition', in: Andrej Radman & Heidi Sohn (eds). Critical and Clinical Cartographies. Edinburgh: Edinburgh University Press, pp. 243-68. pdf 

2017: Two edited volumes on philosophy and art history: Speculative Art Histories. Analysis at the Limits (ed.) Edinburgh: Edinburgh University Press. pdf And: Art History after Deleuze and Guattari (ed.) Leuven: Leuven University Press. With Stephen Zepke. pdf and pdf

2016: 'The Drama of Ressentiment: The Philosopher versus the Priest', in: Ceciel Meiborg & Sjoerd van Tuinen (eds). Deleuze and the Passions, New York: Punctum Books, pp. 79-102. pdf 

2014: 'Difference and Speculation: Heidegger, Meillassoux and Deleuze on Sufficient Reason', in: Alain Beaulieu & Edward Kazarian & Julia Sushytska (eds.), Deleuze and Metaphysics, Lanham, MD: Lexington Books, 63-90. pdf and a 2015 follow-up: 'Deleuze: Speculative and Practical Philosophy', in: Armen Avanessian & Suhail Malik (eds.), Genealogies of Speculation. Materialism and Subjectivity since Structuralism. London/NY: Bloomsbury, pp. 93-114. pdf

2013: Mannerism, Baroque and Modernism. Deleuze and the Essence of Art", in: SubStance, 43 (1), 166-90. doi and follow-up: 'Cinematic Neo-Mannerism or Neo-Baroque? Deleuze and Daney', in: Image and Narrative, special issue on ‘The Baroque Dispositive’, 13 (2), pp. 53-75. doi 

2011: De nieuwe Franse filosofie. Denkers en thema's voor de 21e eeuw, Amsterdam: Boom. Met Bram Ieven, Aukje van Rooden en Marc Schuilenburg. pdf en pdf

2011: 'A Thymotic Left? Peter Sloterdijk and the Psychopolitics of Ressentiment', in: Symploke, 18 (1/2), pp. 217-34. doi and shorter version pdf

2009: Deleuze compendium, Amsterdam: Boom. (1st, 2nd, 3rd editions) Met Ed Romein en Marc Schuilenburg. pdf en pdf

2009: 'Biomacht en biopolitiek: de inbedding van Foucault in het autonoom marxisme', in: Krisis. Tijdschrift voor actuele filosofie 2009 (3), pp. 68-85. Met Aetzel Griffioen. pdf

2006: Peter Sloterdijk – Ein Profil. München: Wilhelm Fink Verlag / Stuttgart: UTB. (1st and 2nd editions) pdf and 2004 Dutch version 

X

 

        • S. van Tuinen (2020). The Resentment-Ressentiment Complex: A Critique of the Liberal Discourse. Global Discourse: An Interdisciplinary Journal of Current Affairs and Applied Contemporary Thought (online), 10 (2). doi: 10.1332/204378920X15828100918561
        • S. van Tuinen & J. Wambacq (2017). Interiority in Deleuze and Sloterdijk. Palgrave Communications (online), 3, 1-7. doi: 10.1057/palcomms.2017.72 [go to publisher's site]
        • S. van Tuinen (2017). Die beste aller moeglichen Welten? Substance, 2017, 3-17. doi: 10.5817/pf17-3-1646 [go to publisher's site]
        • S. van Tuinen & C. Meiborg (2015). Brewing Dissonance: Conceptualizing Mannerism and Baroque in Music (with Deleuze). Diacritics, 42 (3), 54-82.
        • S. van Tuinen (2014). Mannerism, Baroque and Modernism. Deleuze and the Essence of Art. Substance, 43 (1), 166-190.
        • S. van Tuinen (2014). Disegno - A Speculative Constructivist Interpretation. Speculations, 5, 434-473.
        • S. van Tuinen (2013). Links of rechts ressentiment? Pedagogie van een concept. Krisis, tijdschrift voor actuele filosofie.
        • S. van Tuinen (2012). Cinematic Neo-Mannerism or Neo-Baroque? Deleuze and Daney. Image & Narrative, 13 (2), 53-75.
        • S. van Tuinen & M. Schuilenburg (2012). Ten geleide. Wijsgerig Perspectief op Maatschappij en Wetenschap, 52 (4), 4-7.
        • S. van Tuinen (2011). A Thymotic Left? Peter Sloterdijk and the Psychopolitics of Ressentiment. Symploke, 18 (1/2), 217-234.
        • S. van Tuinen (2011). Introduction. Deleuze Studies, 5 (1), 49-51.
        • S. van Tuinen (2011). Michelangelo, Leibniz and the Serpentine Figure. Deleuze Studies, 5 (1), 63-72.
        • S. van Tuinen (2011). Forum section on 'Deleuze and visual art' of Deleuze Studies (contributions by Bram Ieven, Vlad Ionescu, Stephen Zepke a.o.). Deleuze Studies, 5 (1).
        • S. van Tuinen (2010). Matter, Manner and Idea in Michelangelo and Deleuze. Inflexions: A Journal for Research Creation.
        • S. van Tuinen & M. Schuilenburg (2009). Special issue on Foucault en Biopolitiek. Krisis, tijdschrift voor actuele filosofie.
        • S. van Tuinen & A.W.M. Griffioen (2009). Biomacht en biopolitiek: de inbedding van Foucault in het autonoom marxisme. Krisis, tijdschrift voor actuele filosofie, 2009 (3).
        • S. van Tuinen (2009). Air Conditioning Spaceship Earth: Peter Sloterdijk¿s Ethico-Aesthetic Paradigm. Environment and Planning D: Society and Space, 27 (1), 105-118.
        • S. van Tuinen (2009). Verwikkeld in een soort van serpentine: Deleuzes concept van het maniërisme tussen Bacon en de barok (online). Esthetica tijdschrift voor Kunst en Filosofie.
        • S. van Tuinen & M. Schuilenburg (2009). Michel Foucault: biopolitiek en bestuurlijkheid. Krisis, tijdschrift voor actuele filosofie, 2009 (3).
        • S. van Tuinen (2017). Van kritiek naar zorg: Stengers en het ressentiment. nY - website en tijdschrift voor literatuur, kritiek en amusement, 111-127.
        • S. van Tuinen & M. Schuilenburg (2012). Special issue on Bruno Latour. (Contributions by Huub Dijstelbloem, Steven Dorresteijn, Gert Verschraegen, Matthijs Kouw). Wijsgerig Perspectief op Maatschappij en Wetenschap, 53 (4).
        • S. van Tuinen (2017). Ressentiment. rekto verso, 66-66.
        • S. van Tuinen (2018). The Polemics of Ressentiment: Variations on Nietzsche. London / New York: Bloomsbury
        • S. van Tuinen & S. Zepke (2017). Art History after Deleuze and Guattari. Leuven: Leuven University Press [go to publisher's site]
        • S. van Tuinen (2017). Speculative Art Histories. Analysis at the Limits. Edinburgh: Edinburgh University Press
        • S. van Tuinen, J. Brouwer & L. Spuybroek (2016). The War of Appearances: Transparency, Opacity, Radiance. Rotterdam: V2 / NAi Publishers
        • S. van Tuinen & C. Meiborg (2016). Deleuze and the Passions. New York: Punctum Books
        • S. van Tuinen & J. Brouwer (2015). Giving and Taking. Antidotes to a Culture of Greed. Rotterdam: V2/NAi Publishers
        • S. van Tuinen, R.A. de Brabander, P. Molendijk & T. Rahimy (2012). Voorstellen tot werkelijkheid. Het denken en doen van Henk Oosterling (liber amicorum). Rotterdam: Trichis
        • S. van Tuinen & N. McDonnell (2010). Deleuze and The Fold. A Critical Reader. Basingstoke: Palgrave Macmillan
        • S. van Tuinen, E. Romein & M. Schuilenburg (2009). Deleuze compendium. Amsterdam: SUN
        • S. van Tuinen & K. Hemelsoet (2009). Measuring the Monstrous. Peter Sloterdijk's Jovial Modernity, conference proceedings. Brussel: KVAB
        • S. van Tuinen, K. Hemelsoet & M. Jongen (2009). Die Ermessung des Ungeheuren. Versuche über Peter Sloterdijk. Munchen: Wilhelm Fink Verlag
        • S. van Tuinen, B. Ieven, A. Rooden & M. Schuilenburg (2011). De nieuwe Franse filosofie. Denkers en thema's voor de 21e eeuw. Amsterdam: Boom
        • S. van Tuinen (2019). Hermeticism instead of Hermeneutics. The History of Philosophy Conceived Of as Mannerist Portraiture. In Deleuze, Guattari, and the Problem of Transdisciplinarity. London: Bloomsbury
        • S. van Tuinen (2019). Mannerism and Hysteria: On the Mode of Existence of Painting. In What Images Do. Aarhus: Aarhus University Press
        • S. van Tuinen & A. Kleinherenbrink (2019). Der repolisisierte Staat. In Hagen Schoelzel (Ed.), Der große Leviathan und die Akteur-Netzwerk-Welten: Staatlichkeit und politische Kollektivität im Denken Bruno Latours. Germany: Nomos Verlag
        • S. van Tuinen (2018). The Power of Ambivalence. A Conversation with Peter Sloterdijk. In Sjoerd van TUinen (Ed.), The Polemics of Ressentiment. Variations on Nietzsche. London: Bloomsbury
        • S. van Tuinen (2018). The Irenics of Ressentiment. In The Polemics of Ressentiment (pp. 67-88). London: Bloomsbury
        • S. van Tuinen (2018). Introduction. In The Polemics of Ressentiment (pp. 1-16). London: Bloomsbury
        • S. van Tuinen (2018). Mannerism and Vitalism: Bergson and the Mannerist Image. In Usages de la figure. Regimes de figuration (pp. 187-199). Bucharest: Bucharest University Press
        • S. van Tuinen (2018). The Power of Ambivalence. A Conversation with Peter Sloterdijk. In The Polemics of Ressentiment (pp. 215-226). London: Bloomsbury
        • S. van Tuinen (2017). Elasticity and Plasticity: Immunology and the Crisis of Repetition. In A. Radman & H. Sohn (Eds.), Critical and Clinical Cartographies (pp. 243-268). Edinburgh: Edinburgh University Press
        • S. van Tuinen (2017). The Cosmic Artisan: Mannerist Virtuosity and Contemporary Crafts. In T. Vermeulen & R. van den Akker (Eds.), The Metamodern Turn: Aesthetics After Postmodernism (pp. 69-82). Londen: Rowman & LIttlefield International
        • S. van Tuinen (2017). The Late and the New: Mannerism and Style in Art History and Philosophy. In Art History after Deleuze and Guattari (pp. 145-163). Leuven: Leuven University Press
        • S. van Tuinen (2017). Serpentine Life: On the Nature of Movement in Gothic, Mannerism, and Baroque. In S. van Tuinen (Ed.), Speculative Art Histories, Analysis at the Limits (pp. 163-84). Edinburgh: Edinburgh University Press
        • S. van Tuinen (2017). Physiology versus Psychology. The Priest and the Biopolitics of Ressentiment. In A-C Drews & K.D. Martin (Eds.), Inside Outside Other. The Body in the Work of Gilles Deleuze and Michel Foucault (pp. 265-282). Bielefeld: Transkript Verlag
        • S. van Tuinen (2017). Introduction. In S. van Tuinen (Ed.), Speculative Art Histories, Analysis at the Limits (pp. 1-10). Edinburgh: Edinburgh University Press
        • S. van Tuinen (2017). Introduction. In Art History after Deleuze and Guattari (pp. 7-20). Leuven: Leuven University Press
        • S. van Tuinen & C. Meiborg (2016). Introduction. In S. van Tuinen & C. Meiborg (Eds.), Deleuze and the Passions (pp. 9-20). New York: Punctum Books
        • S. van Tuinen (2016). The Drama of Ressentiment: The Philosopher versus the Priest. In S. van Tuinen & C. Meiborg (Eds.), Deleuze and the Passions (pp. 79-102). New York: Punctum Books
        • S. van Tuinen (2016). Deleuze: Speculative and Practical Philosophy. In A. Avanessian & S. Malik (Eds.), Genealogies of Speculation. Materialism and Subjectivity since Structuralism (pp. 93-114). London/NY: Bloomsbury
        • S. van Tuinen (2016). Painting versus Theatre: The Hysteria of the Hand. In L. Schreel (Ed.), Pathology and Aesthetics. The Concept of the Pathological in Kant and Contemporary Aesthetics (pp. 69-98). Düsseldorf: Düsseldorf University Press
        • S. van Tuinen & M. Kouw (2015). Blinded by Science? Speculative Realism and Speculative Constructivism. In A. Longo (Ed.), Breaking the Spell: Philosophy in Pursuit of the Real (pp. 115). Milaan: Mimesis International
        • S. van Tuinen (2015). Populism and Grandeur: From Marx to Arafat. In R. Dolphijn & R. Braidotti (Eds.), The Deleuzian Century: Art, Activism, Life (pp. 87-113). Amsterdam: Rodopi
        • S. van Tuinen (2014). Difference and Speculation: Heidegger, Meillassoux and Deleuze on Sufficient Reason. In A. Beaulieu, E. Kazarian & J. Syshytska (Eds.), Gilles Deleuze and Metaphysics. Lanham MD: Lexington Books
        • S. van Tuinen (2012). From Psychopolitics to Cosmopolitics: The Problem of Ressentiment. In S. Elden (Ed.), Sloterdijk Now (pp. 37-57). Cambridge: Polity Press
        • S. van Tuinen (2011). Transgenous Philosophy. Post-Humanism, Homeotechnique and the Poetics of Natal Difference. In W. Schinkel & M. Noordegraaf-Eelens (Eds.), In Medias Res: Peter Sloterdijk's Spherological Poetics of Being (pp. 43-66). Amsterdam: Amsterdam University Press
        • S. van Tuinen (2011). From Psychopolitics to Cosmopolitics: The Problem of Ressentiment. In S. Elden (Ed.), Sloterdijk Now (pp. 37-57). Cambridge: Polity Press
        • S. van Tuinen (2011). Leibniz und das psychophysische Gehirn. In F. Balke & M. Rölli (Eds.), Gilles Deleuze: Philosophie und Nicht-Philosophie. Aktuelle Diskussionen (pp. 291-314). Bielefeld: Transcript Verlag
        • S. van Tuinen & N. McDonnell (2010). Reading Leibniz through Baroque Allegory. In S. Tuinen & N. McDonnell (Eds.), Deleuze and the Fold: A Critical Reader (pp. 1-24). Basingstoke: Palgrave Macmillan
        • S. van Tuinen (2010). A Transcendental Philosophy of the Event. Deleuze's Non-Phenomenological reading of Leibniz and the fold. In N. McDonnell & S. van Tuinen (Eds.), Deleuze and the Fold: A Critical Reader (pp. 155-183). Basingstoke: Palgrave Macmillan
        • S. van Tuinen (2009). Über philosophischen Selbstgenuss, therapeutische Gelassenheit und natale Differenz. In K. Hemelsoet, M. Jongen & S. van Tuinen (Eds.), Die Ermessung des Ungeheuren. Philosophie nach Peter Sloterdijk (pp. 163-172). Munchen: Wilhelm Fink Verlag
        • S. van Tuinen (2009). Pris dans une sorte de serpentin. Le concept de maniérisme de Deleuze entre Bacon et le baroque. In P. Chenier, D. Giroux & R. Lemieux (Eds.), Gilles Deleuze. Nouvelles lectures, nouvelles écritures (pp. 23-44). Quebec: Presses de l'Universite Laval
        • S. van Tuinen (2009). Breath of Relief. Peter Sloterdijk and the Politics of the Intimate. In D. Hoens, S. Jottkandt & G. Buelens (Eds.), Tickle your Catastrophe: On Borders, Cuts and Edges in Contemporary Theory (pp. 53-81). Basingstoke: Palgrave Macmillan
        • S. van Tuinen & A. Kleinherenbrink (2020). The "Financial" Crisis: Ten Years Later. In The Politics of Debt. Essays and Interviews (pp. 1-11). New York: Zero Books
        • S. van Tuinen & E. Bordeleau (2020). Debt is Another Way to Make War. In The Politics of Debt. Essays and Interviews. New York: Zero Books
        • S. van Tuinen (2019). Common Sense: From Critique to Care (Arendt beyond Arendt). In To Mind is to Care (pp. 124-57). Rotterdam: V2 + NAi Publishers
        • S. van Tuinen (2019). Weg met de rekenmachine. In Leven in het antropoceen. Een handleiding. Amsterdam: Uitgeverij Boom
        • S. van Tuinen (2019). Denken in het antropoceen: scepcis en verbeelding. In Leven in het antropoceen. Een handleiding. Amsterdam: Uitgeveri j Boom
        • S. van Tuinen (2019). Introduction. In To Mind is to Care. Rotterdam: V2 / NAi Publishers
        • S. van Tuinen & M. Puig de la Bellacasa (2019). Care in Spire of Carelessness. In To Mind is to Care. Rotterdam: V2 / NAi Publishers
        • S. van Tuinen (2018). Gilles Deleuze. In Filosofen van deze tijd. Amsterdam: Prometheus
        • S. van Tuinen (2017). Plasticity. In J de Bloois, A Masschelein & S De Cauwer (Eds.), 50 Key Terms in Cultural Theory (pp. 229-234). Kapellen: Pelckmans Pro
        • S. van Tuinen, J. Brouwer & L. Spuybroek (2016). In the Thick of Things. In J. Brouwer & L. Spuybroek (Eds.), The War of Appearances: Transparency, Opacity, Radiance. Rotterdam: V2 / NAi Publishers
        • S. van Tuinen (2016). What Does a Human Have that He Can Give Away? In A. Budak & M. Pejcochová (Eds.), Generosity. The Art of Giving (pp. 263-271). Prague: National Gallery
        • S. van Tuinen (2015). Deleuze’s modernistische begrip van maniërisme en barok. In B. Zanders & F. Sturkenboom (Eds.), De Gestiek van architectuur (pp. 44-51). Arnhem: Artez Academie
        • S. van Tuinen (2015). Deleuze en de schilderkunst. Nawoord. In Francis Bacon. Logica van de gewaarwording (pp. 195-208). Amsterdam: Octavo
        • S. van Tuinen (2015). Het drama van het ressentiment en de politieke rede. In H. Oosterling & R. Schepen (Eds.), Doorwerken doordenken (pp. 115-128). Antwerpen/Apeldoorn: Garant
        • S. van Tuinen (2014). What Does a Human Have that He Can Give Away? Conversation with Peter Sloterdijk. In J. Brouwer, A. Mulder & S. van Tuinen (Eds.), Giving and Taking. Antidotes to a Culture of Greed (pp. 9-26). Rotterdam: V2/NAi Publishers
        • S. van Tuinen (2014). Filosofie in de 21e eeuw. In J. Bor & E. Petersma (Eds.), De verbeelding van het denken. Amsterdam: Uitgeverij Atlas Contact
        • S. van Tuinen (2014). What does a human have that he can give away? In J. Brouwer, A. Mulder & S. van Tuinen (Eds.), Giving and Taking. Antidotes to a Culture of Greed (pp. 9-26). Rotterdam: V2/NAi Publishers
        • S. van Tuinen (2013). Ecosophical Activism between Micropolitics and Mesopolitics. A Conversation with Henk Oosterling and Isabelle Stengers. In H.A.F. Oosterling (Ed.), Doendenken (pp. 50-64). Rotterdam: Japsam Books
        • S. van Tuinen (2012). Overvloed. In S. van Tuinen, R. de Brabander, P.A. Molendijk & T. Rahimy (Eds.), Voorstellen tot werkelijkheid. Het denken en doen van Henk Oosterling (pp. 106-115). Rotterdam: Trichis
        • S. van Tuinen & L. de Bolle (2011). Gilles Deleuze. In S. van Tuinen, B. Ieven, A. van Rooden & M. Schuilenburg (Eds.), De nieuwe Franse filosofie. Denkers en thema's voor de 21e eeuw (pp. 39-58). Amsterdam: Boom
        • S. van Tuinen & E. Bordeleau (2011). Isabelle Stengers. In S. van Tuinen, B. Ieven, A. van Rooden & M. Schuilenburg (Eds.), De nieuwe Franse filosofie. Denkers en thema's voor de 21e eeuw (pp. 440-452). Amsterdam: Boom
        • S. van Tuinen, B. Ieven, A. Rooden & M. Schuilenburg (2011). De nieuwe Franse filosofie. In S. van Tuinen, B. Ieven & A. van Rooden (Eds.), De nieuwe Franse filosofie. Denkers en thema's voor de 21e eeuw (pp. 7-36). Amsterdam: Boom
        • S. van Tuinen (2011). Why Discipline? In On Discipline, exhibition catalogue (pp. 3-12). Rotterdam: Wilfried Lentz
        • S. van Tuinen (2010). Interfaces en oerbegeleiders - Over muren in de algemene immunologie van Peter Sloterdijk. In S. Hertmans (Ed.), Over Muren En Andere Vrijheden - Studium Generale 2009-2010. Gent: Academia Press
        • S. van Tuinen (2009). Qu'est-ce que la philosophie? De voorwaarden van het denken volgens Deleuze en Guattari. In E. Romein, M. Schuilenburg & S. van Tuinen (Eds.), Deleuze Compendium (pp. 21-45). Amsterdam: SUN
        • S. van Tuinen (2009). Le pli: Deleuzes transformatie van monadologie in nomadologie. In E. Romein, M. Schuilenburg & S. van Tuinen (Eds.), Deleuze compendium (pp. 161-181). Amsterdam: SUN
        • S. van Tuinen (2019, april 10). Hallucination: A Copernican Revolution of the Mind. Amsterdam, ASCA Workshop Realities & Fantasies.
        • S. van Tuinen (2018, november 8). Is All Materialism Reductionist? Obama Institute Mainz, WOrkshop on materiaism.
        • S. van Tuinen (2019, april 17). Three Problems in the Genealogy of the Concept of Ressentiment: Proportionality, Authenticity, Justice. Berlin, Berliner Nietzsche Kolloquium.
        • S. van Tuinen (2019, februari 5). Philosophy and Common Sense: From Critique to Care. Tilburg, Invited talk for The Metaphysical Society.
        • S. van Tuinen (2018, november 10). Sophistication: Good Sense and Common Sense. TU Vienna, Sophistication 2 conference.
        • S. van Tuinen (2018, oktober 12). Why the process of internalizaion may never be reduced to ressentiment. Naumburg, Nietzsche Studies conference.
        • S. van Tuinen (2018, juni 29). Leibniz on Modal Individuation (and the vinculum substantiale). Lausanne University, Workshop on Leibniz.
        • S. van Tuinen (2019, oktober 11). Ressentiment. Leiden University, Nietzsche Seminar.
        • S. van Tuinen (2019, oktober 19). The Resentment-Ressentiment Complex. Princeton University, PIIRS COnference The Culture and Politics of Resentment.
        • S. van Tuinen (2019, november 16). The History of Philosophy in the Light of AI: Hegel or Leibniz. University of Coimbra, Paper for Cyberpolitics: Political Philosophy for the Future.
        • S. van Tuinen (2019, december 9). Nietzsche on Politics and the Reactive Affects. FU Berlin, seminar CRC Affective Societies.
        • S. van Tuinen (2018, juni 7). How Actual is Mannerism? TU Delft, Talk for Intensive Cartographies series Architecture chair.
        • S. van Tuinen (2019, december 12). The Time of Mannerism. Artez Arnhem, The Time of Mannerism.
        • S. van Tuinen (2019, mei 24). Recursivity in Hegel and Leibniz. Worm Rotterdam, Regenerative Feedback.
        • S. van Tuinen (2019, maart 30). Imagining the Anthropocene. The Hague, Movies that Matter Festival.
        • S. van Tuinen (2019, september 19). Leven in het antropoceen. Studio Erasmus, Boekpresentatie.
        • S. van Tuinen (2018, oktober 27). Dialectische vs anale filosofie. Amsterdam, Brainwash Festival.
        • S. van Tuinen (2019, juni 4). Anthropocene Porn. KINO Rotterdam, Talk for EUR Impact week.
        • S. van Tuinen (2019, april 25). Transparancy equals Invisibility. Rotterdam, Studio Wolfpack / Venture Cafe.
        • S. van Tuinen (2017, juni 23). Grounds for Optimism: The Best of all Possible Worlds? Karlsruhe, Invited talk.
        • S. van Tuinen (2017, mei 17). The Cosmic Artisan: From Mannerism to Metamodernism. Enschede, Invited talk.
        • S. van Tuinen (2017, april 19). Sloterdijk und die beste aller möglichen Welten. Brno, Invited talk.
        • S. van Tuinen (2017, februari 1). Latour and the Anthropocene. Rotterdam, Gastcollege EUC.
        • S. van Tuinen (2017, juni 7). From Critique to Care: A Transformation of the Principle of Sufficient Reason. Nijmegen, Conference on Contemporary European Philosophy and the Idea of Care.
        • S. van Tuinen (2017, november 8). Critique and Care: Two Modes of Thought. Rowan University, Invited Seminar in Theorizing at Rowan lecture series.
        • S. van Tuinen (2017, februari 13). Good sense and common sense. Antwerpen, nY invited talk.
        • S. van Tuinen (2017, mei 23). Critical Notes on Harari’s Sapiens. Utrecht, Talk + discussion at De Leesclub van Alles.
        • S. van Tuinen (2017, januari 19). The Politics of Debt. Erasmus Universiteit Rotterdam, Organiser of the Symposium on ‘The Politics of Debt'.
        • S. van Tuinen (2017, november 22). Old New Materialism: Artistic Research before the Bifurcation of Nature. Orpheus Institute Ghent, Contribution to roundtable on New Materialism(s) for Artistic Research.
        • S. van Tuinen (2017, november 16). Polemology: Ressentiment in Public Discourse. Princeton University, Invited talk at PIIRS lecture series.
        • S. van Tuinen (2016, maart 30). Ressentiment and the Politics of Voluntary Servitude. New York, USA, Fordham University, Invited lecture at the Social/Political Philosophy Workshop.
        • S. van Tuinen (2016, juni 27). Anthropos-anthropotechnics-anthropocene. Nijmegen, Nijmegen University, Participation in expert panel with Bernard Stiegler and Peter Sloterdijk.
        • S. van Tuinen (2016, november 12). Parmigianino's Selfie: Deleuze against Lacan. Boekarest, University of Bucharest, Conference on 'New Treatments of the Figure in Literature and the Visual Arts'.
        • S. van Tuinen (2015, november 4). Speculative Art History: Mannerism and Modernism. Weimar, PhD seminar.
        • S. van Tuinen (2016, februari 19). Speculating with Established Sentiments: the Empiricist Conversion and the Problem of Ressentiment. Montreal, Canada, Concordia University.
        • S. van Tuinen (2016, augustus 25). Mannerism in Philosophy: Deleuze and Agamben. London, Regent’s University London, Paper presentation for the annual SEP-FEP conference.
        • S. van Tuinen (2016, februari 18). The Fluidity and Spontaneity of Manners. Montréal, Canada, Université de Montréal, Invited talk for the workshop on 'Ecology of Manners: Against Identity Politics'.
        • S. van Tuinen (2015, mei 22). Seminar on Biopolitics as philosophical concept. Gent, Seminar on Biopolitics as philosophical concept.
        • S. van Tuinen (2015, november 17). Anthropotechnics and the Crisis of Repetition. Nijmegen, ISIS colloquium.
        • S. van Tuinen (2015, juni 16). Deleuze en Beckett. Amsterdam, Felix en Sofie.
        • S. van Tuinen (2015, mei 27). The Biopolitics of Ressentiment. Leuven, Invited lecture for the 'Immunity and Modernity: Picturing Threat and Protection' conference.
        • S. van Tuinen (2015, december 5). Pastoral Power and the Psychopolitics of Ressentiment. Kent, Invited talk for the Biopolitics workshop organized by the Centre for Critical Thought.
        • S. van Tuinen (2015, maart 28). 38CC Delft Repetition and Creativity. Delft, 38CC Delft Repetition and Creativity Invited lecture for the exhibition 'Repeat.
        • S. van Tuinen (2015, januari 13). Europe, Modernism, Ressentiment (Charlie Hebdo). Utrecht, Seminar for the Faculty of Humanities.
        • S. van Tuinen (2015, januari 9). A Return of Mannerism? Arnhem, Lecture for Plein 2015.
        • S. van Tuinen (2015, juni 29). The Philosopher and the Priest: The Askesis of Foucault and Deleuze. Stockholm, Paper presentation for the annual Deleuze Studies Conference.
        • S. van Tuinen (2015, april 24). Hysteresis of Images. Athene, Paper presentation for the Refrains of Freedom conference.
        • S. van Tuinen (2015, februari 12). Reclaiming the Principle of Sufficient Reason. Rotterdam, Lunchtime talk for the Faculty of Philosophy.
        • S. van Tuinen (2014, november 12). Mannerist vs Mannered: On the Difference between Affect and Affectedness. Heinrich Heine University Duesseldorf, Paper for symposium on The Concept of the Pathological in Kant and Contemporary Aesthetics.
        • S. van Tuinen (2014, november 14). Systems, Practices, and Technologies of Immunity: Between Medicine and Design. TU Delft, Keynote for conference Critical and Clinical Cartographies.
        • S. van Tuinen (2013, mei 3). Serpentine Life: A Speculative Reading of Mannerist Art Theory. onbekend, Paper presentation at the CAP conference 'Speculative Art Histories', Witte de With Center for Contemporary Art.
        • S. van Tuinen (2013, juli 8). Hatred of God: Leibniz on Ressentiment. Lissabon, Annual Deleuze Studies Conference 2013, Universidade de Lisboa.
        • S. van Tuinen (2013, september 9). Whitehead's 'Mannerism'. Krakow, 9th International Whitehead Conference, Pontifical University of John Paul II (Dept. of Philosophy.
        • S. van Tuinen (2013, januari 15). Deleuze and Daney on Mannerism in Cinema. Vienna, Research seminar at the Department of Fine Arts and Media Arts (Media Theory), University of Applied Art, Vienna.
        • S. van Tuinen (2013, januari 25). Brewing Dissonance: Mannerism and Modernism in Music. Vienna, Research seminar, Academy of Fine Arts, Vienna.
        • S. van Tuinen (2013, maart 8). The mannerist conception of the world. An affirmationist proposal based on modal philosophy. Vienna, Invited lunchtalk at the Institute for Philosophy, University of Vienna.
        • S. van Tuinen (2013, april 9). Leibniz's world of infinite and continuous variation. Amsterdam, Invited lecture and seminar at ASCA, University of Amsterdam.
        • S. van Tuinen (2013, juli 1). Speculating with Established Sentiments. Kent, Keynote lecture at the conference in political theory 'Life, Matter and Resistance' at the Centre for Critical Thought, University of Kent.
        • S. van Tuinen (2013, mei 29). Hysteria as Lived Abstraction: Mannerism and the BwO of Painting. Delft, Keynote lecture at the workshop What Images Do, Technical University Delft.
        • S. van Tuinen (2013, oktober 2). Disegno: from Representation to Production. Den Haag, Research seminar for ALEPH, KABK.
        • S. van Tuinen (2013, oktober 12). Breath of Relief - On Political Toxicology. Dublin, Invited lecture for the symposium on/with Peter Sloterdijk, University college Dublin.
        • S. van Tuinen (2013, november 23). Maniera dolce and maniera grande: The hysteria of little girls and boys. Vienna, Invited lecture at the symposium 'The Girl on "Subject" Perspectives of radical ontologies, Acedemy of fine arts, Vienna.
        • S. van Tuinen (2013, november 29). Physiology versus Psychology: Foucault and Deleuze on the Ascetic Priest and his Successors. Munster, Invited lecture for the symposium 'Innen. Außen. Anders. Zur Frage des Körpers im Werk von Gilles Deleuze und Michel Foucault', Kunstakademie Munster.
        • S. van Tuinen (2013, april 24). De waarde van waarden: libidinaal-economische overwegingen. Fontainebleau, TENT Rotterdam.
        • S. van Tuinen (2013, december 20). Manieristische intermedialiteit in Fontainebleau. Fontainebleau, ERA lezing.
        • S. van Tuinen (2012, september 13). Idea and maniera: Bergson and Deleuze on Mannerist diagrams. Basel, Invited lecture, University of Basel.
        • S. van Tuinen (2012, juni 4). On distinguishing Leftist and Rightist Concepts of ressentiment. Tilburg, Keynote lecture at the Dutch cultural studies and critical theory symposium on The politics of culture, University of Tilburg.
        • S. van Tuinen (2012, april 19). Introduction to Continental Speculative Philosophy. Rotterdam, Erasmus University Rotterdam / De Machinist.
        • S. van Tuinen (2012, november 26). Schuld en geld: een nietzscheaanse geschiedenis van het kapitalisme. Nijmegen, Invited lecture Radboud Universiteit Nijmegen.
        • S. van Tuinen (2012, april 27). (Non-)Economical Origins of Ressentiment. Nijmegen, Invited lecture / seminar on genealogical method, Utrecht University.
        • S. van Tuinen (2012, februari 10). Deleuze's Mannerist Portraiture in Philosophy. London, Paper for the conference on Deleuze, Philosophy, Transdisciplinarity, Goldsmiths University.
        • S. van Tuinen (2012, november 26). The event in new French philosophy. onbekend, Invited lecture Maison Descartes, for the occasion of a visit of Michel Serres.
        • S. van Tuinen (2012, april 27). (Non-)Economical Origins of Ressentiment. Utrecht, Invited lecture / seminar on genealogical method, University of Utrecht.
        • S. van Tuinen (2012, mei 15). Reason and Representation: Heidegger, Meillassoux, Deleuze. Utrecht, Utrecht University.
        • S. van Tuinen (2012, december 13). Over Gilles Deleuzes Logica van de gewaarwording. Brussel, Passaporta.
        • S. van Tuinen (2012, oktober 28). De actualiteit van het ressentiment. Vlaardingen, Invited lecture Studium Kronoz.
        • S. van Tuinen (2012, oktober 2). Immanentie en duurzaamheid: Gilles Deleuzes denken par le milieu. Wageningen, Invited Studium Generale lecture, Wageningen University.
        • S. van Tuinen (2012, mei 22). Noble anthropology: reclaiming the concept of ressentiment. Antwerpen, Invited lecture, University of Antwerp.
        • S. van Tuinen (2011, augustus 22). Franse filosofie voor de eenentwintigste eeuw Overzicht van speculatieve filosofie en wetenschapsfilosofie. Leuven, ISVW.
        • S. van Tuinen (2011, februari 26). The Possible as Aesthetic Category: Conceptualizing Mannerism with Leibniz and Bergson. London, Paper for the conference Bergson and His Postmodern and Immanent Legacies 26.02.2011 The Courtauld Institute of Art.
        • S. van Tuinen (2011, maart 24). Critique and Clinique: Peter Sloterdijk and Giorgio Agamben. Montreal, seminar in Contemporary Theory at the East Asia Studies Department 24/31.03.2011 McGill University Montreal.
        • S. van Tuinen (2011, juni 27). Deleuze on Grandeur. Copenhagen, Paper for the conference Fourth International Deleuze Studies Conference 27.06.2011 Copenhagen Business School.
        • S. van Tuinen (2011, maart 30). Speculation as a Noble Relating to the Future. Montreal, Paper for the symposium on Speculative Generosity 30.03.2011 McGill University.
        • S. van Tuinen (2011, maart 28). On Renewing the Concept of Ressentiment ONOUPS. Ottawa, Seminar at the School of Political Studies.
        • R. van den Akker & S. van Tuinen (2010, december 16). Twee filosofische polemieken: Marx en Sloterdijk. Rotterdam, Gastcollege Retorica Wijsbegeerte EUR.
        • S. van Tuinen (2010, maart 22). Art and Possible Worlds. Rotterdam, Paper and EIPE seminar, Erasmus University Rotterdam.
        • S. van Tuinen (2010, juni 19). The Political Moment of the Baroque. Constitution versus Composition in Leibniz. Rotterdam, Paper presentation at the conference Waiting for the Political Moment, Erasmus University Rotterdam.
        • S. van Tuinen (2010, juli 10). Michelangelo, Leibniz and the Figura Serpentinata. Instanbul, Paper presentation at the conference Resonance(s), Bilgi University Istanbul.
        • S. van Tuinen (2010, juli 13). Michelangelo, Leibniz and the Figura Serpentinata. Amsterdam, Paper presentation at the Third International Deleuze Studies Conference Conference, University of Amsterdam.
        • S. van Tuinen (2010, oktober 14). Deleuzes avant-gardistische begrip van maniërisme en barok. Rotterdam, Paper presentation at the symposium on Deleuze en beeldende kunst, Erasmus University Rotterdam.
        • S. van Tuinen (2010, november 24). Deleuze and the Pedagogy of Philosophy. Maastricht, Paper for the Research Group 'Arts, Media and Culture', Maastricht University.
        • S. van Tuinen (2010, november 2). Dier-worden: Deleuze en het verschil tussen domheid en dierlijkheid. Nijmegen, Guest lecture in the Honours Programma of Nijmegen University.
        • S. van Tuinen (2019). The Toxic Reigns of Resentment (film).
        • S. van Tuinen (2017). Aesthetics (video lectures for a flipped classroom course).
        • S. van Tuinen (2015). Philosophical Perspectives on the Commons. Organisator Philosophical Perspectives on the Commons: Utrecht (2015, september 11).
        • S. van Tuinen (2015). Accelerating Capitalism. Organisatie van de lezing van Stephen Zepke, bij V2 Institute for Unstable Media: Rotterdam.
        • S. van Tuinen (2015). Symposium on Debt and Gift: Conflict, Patronage and Recognition at the End of the Economy.
        • S. van Tuinen (2015). Panel on The Biopolitics of Ressentiment. Co-Organizer of the international conference on ‘Immunity and Modernity: Picturing Threat and Protection’: Leuven (2015, mei 27 - 2015, mei 29).
        • S. van Tuinen (2015). Interview met Marlene Dumas. Brainwash Festival: Amsterdam (2015, oktober 24).
        • S. van Tuinen (2017-). Member of the Review Board of Sats. Northern European Journal of Philosophy.
        • S. van Tuinen (2016-). Member of the Scientific Committee. University of Bucharest, conference ‘New Treatments of the Figure in Literature and Visual Arts’, 11-12 November.
        • S. van Tuinen (2016-). Research Fellow. Fordham University, New York, USA.
        • S. van Tuinen (2017-2017). Coordinator. Centre for Art and Philosophy.
        • S. van Tuinen (2016-2017). Advising member. Kamer Ethiek/Praktische Filosofie of OZSW.
        • S. van Tuinen (2015-2017). Associate Editor. Palgrave Communications.
        • S. van Tuinen (2015-2017). Present Editor-in-chief. De Uil van Minerva.
      • S. van Tuinen & A. Kleinherenbrink (Ed.). (2020). The Politics of Debt. Essays and Interviews. New York: Zero Books
      • S. van Tuinen & J. Brouwer (Ed.). (2019). To Mind is to Care. Rotterdam: V2 / NAi Publishers
      • S. van Tuinen & M.B. Schuilenburg (Ed.). (2019). Leven in het antropoceen. Amsterdam: Uitgeverij Boom
      • S. van Tuinen (2013). Ressentiment als het hedendaagse kwaad, ressentimenteel benaderd [Bespreking van het boek Het rancuneuze gif. De opmars van het onbehagen]. Civis Mundi.
      • S. van Tuinen (2012). review of Sonja Lavaert, Het perspectief van de multitude. Agamben, Machiavelli, Negri, Spinoza, Virno [Bespreking van het boek Het perspectief van de multitude. Agamben, Machiavelli, Negri, Spinoza, Virno]. Algemeen Nederlands Tijdschrift voor Wijsbegeerte, 103(4), 301-305.
      • S. van Tuinen (2013, september 24). Non-filosofie of nieuwe klassieker? (Interview on the new Dutch translation of Peter Sloterdijk's Critique of Cynical Reason). Trouw
      • S. van Tuinen (2013, oktober 30). Een nieuw elan in de Wijsbegeerte (My contribution to De Groene's investigation into the state of the Dutch humanities). De Groene Amsterdammer
      • S. van Tuinen (2009, april 24). Mannerism in Philosophy. A Study of Gilles Deleuze's Development of Monadology into Nomadology, of Leibnizian Approaches to the Problem of Constitution, and, of Deleuze's Concept of Mannerism. Universiteit Gent (449 pag.) Prom./coprom.: B. Vandenabeele & dr. H.A.F. Oosterling.
  • Year
    2020

    From Theory to Practice

    Title
    From Theory to Practice
    Year
    2020

    Academic Skills 1

    Title
    Academic Skills 1
    Year
    2020

    PhD Seminar

    Title
    PhD Seminar
    Year
    2020

    MA Central

    Title
    MA Central
    Year
    2020

    Political Affect

    Title
    Political Affect
    Year
    2020

    Bachelor Thesis Philosophy

    Title
    Bachelor Thesis Philosophy
    Year
    2020
    Year level
    Bachelor 3

    Philosophy of History

    Title
    Philosophy of History
    Year
    2020
    Year level
    Bachelor 3

    Year
    2020
    Year level
    Bachelor 3

    Year
    2020
    Year level
    Master 1

    Year
    2020
    Year level
    Bachelor 2

    Aesthetics

    Title
    Aesthetics
    Year
    2020
    Year level
    Bachelor 2, Bachelor 2
  • University
    Erasmus University Rotterdam
    School
    Erasmus School of Philosophy
    Department
    ESPhil
    Country
    The Netherlands
    Telephone
    01040888976

Address

Visiting address

Burg. Oudlaan 50 3062 PA Rotterdam

Postal address

Postbus 1738 3000 DR Rotterdam