Articles in Peer-Reviewed Journals

“Biopolitics and Biopower,” co-authored with Verena Erlenbusch-Anderson, Oxford Bibliography in Literary and Critical Theory (in press)

“Dismantling the Face,” Philosophy Today, Volume 67, Issue 2, spring 2023, online access

“’Sed de his satis’: Spinoza’s Famous Last Words,” Crisis and Critique (Spring 2021)

“Kafka’s Laughter,” Philosophy Today, Volume 63, Issue 2 (Winter 2020).

“Le dispositif généologie du concept” (translated in French) Cahiers de L’Agart (January 2019)

“The Joy of Surfing with Deleuze and Guattari,” Deleuze and Guattari Studies, Volume 13, no. 1 (Feb 2019)

“In the Beginning was the Word: Reply to Forum on Return Statements: Return of Religion in Contemporary Philosophy” Philosophy Today, Volume 62, Issue 4 (Fall 2018), 1303-1310.

“Animal Poverty: Agamben, Heidegger, and Whitehead” Tamkung Review. Taiwan (49:1, December 2018): 17-32.

“Derrida’s Philopolemenology” (translation in Czech) Filozophia. Republic of Czeckoslavakia (Sept. 2017)

Jeffrey T. Nealon, Plant-Theory: Biopower and Vegital Life (review essay), Configurations, vol. 24. No. 3 (2016), 401-405.

“A Singular, and yet, Non-Arbitrary Life,” Los Angeles Review of Books, special forum on the 20th anniversary of the death of Gilles Deleuze, edited by Bard Evans and Arne de Boever at

“Human,” “Humanities,” “Human Capital”: Neoliberal Values in the Global University. Journal of the Comparative Literature Association of Republic of China, Sept 2014.

As if in his own name,” The Oxford Literary Review 36.2 (2014): 233-236.

“Undecidability in the act,” The Undecidable Unconscious, no. 1 (2015). University of Nebraska Press.

“The Idea of Perpetual Peace for Future Philosophers,” De Filosoof, no. 66: 16 January 2015, pp. 10-12.

“A Question of Irony in the Concept of Perpetual Peace,” 21st Century Literature (Seoul: Korea, April 2012), pp. 55-67.

“Kant’s Bastards: Deleuze and Lyotard,” Philosophical Forum (Vol. XLIII, No. 3, Fall 2012), pp. 345-356.

"What is Pharmacoanalysis?" Deleuze Studies (Vol. 5, no. 3, December 2011)

"What Counts as Language in a Closely Argued Built-Discourse", Inflexions  

"French Theory: The Movie" Symploke (Vol. 18, nos. 1 & 2, 2011

“The War Machine and ‘a people who revolt’” Theory & Event (Volume 13, issue 3 2010)

Review of Without Criteria: Whitehead, Deleuze, and Aesthetics, Steven Shaviro, Notre Dame Philosophical Review, 2009 10.30

“The Unconscious Leap in Thought” Theory@Buffalo (spring 2009) pp. 21-44.

“Decrypting ‘the Christian Thinking of the Flesh, tacitly, the Caress, in a word, the Christian Body’ in Le Toucher,” Sophia (19.08.2008, vol. 47, no. 3, pp. 293-310); special issue edited by Jack Reynolds (Melbourne, AUS). October 2008. Article available on-line

El NeobarrocoCarpentier og Sarduy,” (translated into Norwegian by Kjetil Sletteland and Hans Jacob Ohldieck), Vagant (Vol. 3, 2008), pp. 151-163.

Review of Becoming Visionary: Brian de Palma’s Cinematic Education of the Senses, Eyal Peretz, Notre Dame Philosophical Review, 2008.03.11

“Enemy (der Feind)” Angelaki: Theoretical Journal of the Humanities, 12:3 (2007), pp. 115-125.

“Sapere Aude?” Symploke, vol. 14, no. 1-2 (2007), pp. 35-42.

“De-Facing Derrida,” SubStance, vol. 36, no. 1 (2005), pp. 24-32.

Gregg Lambert and Gregory Flaxman, “Ten Propositions on Cinema and the Brain,” Pli: Warwick Journal of Philosophy, vol. 16 (2005), pp. 114-128.

 “Against Religion (without Religion): A New Rationalist Reply to John D. Caputo, Journal of Cultural and Religious Theory, vol. 5, no. 2 (April, 2004):,

Une grande politique, or the new philosophy of right?” Critical Horizons, vol. 4, no. 2 (2003), pp. 177-198.

“Conversation with Jean-Michel Rabaté” in special issue “Theory Trouble,” Symplokē, vol. 11, nos. 1-2 (2003), pp. 39-53; reprinted from special issue “The Future of Theory?” Journal of Cultural and Religious Theory (2003).

 “’Create, She Said’: Deleuze and Feminism” (essay on Dorothea Olkowski’s Gilles Deleuze and the Ruin of Representation), in special issue “The Future of Theory?”  Journal of Cultural and Religious Theory, vol. 4, no. 2 (April 2003), 

“What Questions Fascinate Me?” SubStance 100  (special anniversary issue) vol. 32, no. 1 (2003), pp. 24-28.

Gregg Lambert and Gregory Flaxman, “Five propositions on the brain,” Journal of Neuro-aesthetic theory, no. 2, (2002),

“Deleuze and the Dialectic (a.k.a., Marx and Hegel),” Strategies: A Theoretical Journal in the Humanities, vol. 15, no. 1 (2002), pp. 73-83.

“What Does Do Woman Graduate Students Want? John Guillory and the Obscure Object of English Desire,” special issue “Academostars” the minnesota review, n0. 52-3 (2001), pp. 249-262.

“The Subject of Literature between Derrida and Deleuze—law or life?” Angelaki, vol. 5, no. 2 (2001), pp. 177-190.

 “’On the Sabbath’: Lacan avec Marx” Journal of Cultural and Religious Theory (special feature on Psychoanalysis and Religion), vol.  2, no. 1 (2000),

“Shall We Gather at the River? The Contemporary Eulogy of James Wright,” Literature & Theology: An Interdisciplinary Journal of Theory and Criticism , vol. 14, no. 2 (2000), pp.  208-234.

“The Work of Art in an Age of Alien Reproduction,” Journal of Cultural and Religious Theory, vol. 1, no. 1 (1999),

 “On the Uses and Abuses of Literature for Life: Introduction to the Literary Clinic,”Postmodern Culture, vol. 8, no. 3 (May 1998),

“The Deleuzian Critique of Pure Fiction,” SubStance 84, vol. 26, no. 3 (1998), pp. 128-152. 

“On the University in the Ears of its Publics,” Crossings, vol. 1, no. 1 (1997), pp. 55-107.

Chapters in Collected Volumes and Critical Editions 

“On the Right to Desire,” Lacan’s Cruelty, ed. Meera Lee, Springer International Publishing, 2022, pp. 67-83.

“The Age of Resilience,” Regimes of Capital in a Post-Digital Age,“ ed. Szymon WróbelKrzysztof Skonieczny. Taylor & Francis2023. 6. 2. - 258페이지

“The Age of Resilience,” Thinking-Postdigital-Theories-Experiences-Explorations, eds. Szymon Wrobel et al., Universitas (2021 Polish Language).

Koblizek, T. – Kotatko, P. (eds.), Lessons from Kafka. Philosophical Readings of Franz Kafka’s Works, Prague, Filosofia (2021).

“Philosophical ‘Fundamentalism’ Today: On Return Statements...,” Atheism Revisited: Rethinking Modernity and Inventing New Forms of Life, ed. Szymon Wróbel and Krzysztof Skoniezny (Palgrave-Macmillan, 2019), 141-164.

“Who are Deleuze and Guattari’s Conceptual Personae?” Refrains of Freedom, eds. Dorothea Olkowski and Constanine Boundas. Bloomington: Indiana University Press (2019)

“Notes Toward an Investigation of Control Society,” Cultures of Control, ed. Frida Beckman. Edinburgh University Press, 2018.

“Two Meditations on Becoming-Animal and the Work of Art,” Deleuze and the Animal, ed. Patricia MacCormack, University of Edinburgh Press, 2017.

“Spinoza and Signs,” Spinoza’s Theological-Political Treatise, ed. Dimitris Vardulakous and Kiarina Kordella, London: Bloomsbury, 2017.

“Kant’s Bastards: Deleuze and Lyotard,” Deleuze at the Edges of Thought, eds. Craig Lundy and Daniela Voss, Edinburgh University Press, 2015.

“The Unprecedented Return of St. Paul,” in Post-Secular Publics: Transformations of Religion and the Public Sphere co-editors Rosi Braidotti, et al (London: Palgrave, 2014).

“Collaboration,” The Subject of Rosi Braidotti: Concepts & Politics, ed. Iris van der Tuin and Bolette Blaagaard (London: Bloomsbury, 2014), pp. 220-223.

“Ludwig Wittgenstein, Tractatus Logico-Philosophicus, and Henri Bergson, Duration and Simultaneity: Bergson and the Einsteinian Universe,” 1922: Literature, Culture, Politics, ed. Jean-Michel Rabaté (Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 2014).

“Literary Communism,” Nancy Now, ed. Verena Conley and Irving Goh (London: Polity Press, 2014), pp. 37-58.

"Two Images of Global Violence" in Domesticating Symbols--Metalithikum II, ed. Ludger Hovestadt and Vera Buhlmann (Vienna: Ambra, 2014), pp. 94-111.

'Who's Afraid of Perpetual Peace?', in Lee, Alex Taek-Gwang, ed. Fail Better Again, Seoul: Jaeum & Memm, 2013. pp. 201-210.

"The Bachelor-Machine and the Postcolonial Writer," Postcolonial Literatures and Deleuze: Colonial Pasts, Differential Futures, eds. Kaiser Birgit and Lorna Burns (Palgrave, 2012)

"On the Question of Minor Literature," Kafka: On the Question of Minority, Literaria Pragensia Books (2011)

"The Non-Human Sex: What are Your Special Desiring Machines?," Deleuze and Sex, ed. Frida Beckman, Edinburgh University Press (2011)

“Emerson, or ‘Man Thinking’” The Other Emerson, ed. Branka Arsic and Cary Wolfe, University of Minnesota Press (2011)

El Neobarroco: Sarduy and Carpentier,” Corriente del Golfo: Revista Noruega de Estudios Latinamericanos, Norway: University of Bergen (2008), pp. 92-109.

 “Schizoanalysis and the Cinema of the Brain,” Schizoanalysis of Cinema, ed. Patricia MacCormack and Ian Buchanan, London: Continuum Books (2008), pp. 27-38.

 “The Political Ontology of ‘the Friend’ (philos),” Deleuze and Politics, ed. Ian Buchanan and Nick Thoburn, Edinburgh: Ubiversity of Edinburgh Press. (2008), pp. 35-53.

Gregg Lambert and Victor E. Taylor, “Forward,” Jean-François Lyotard: Critical Evaluations in Cultural Theory, London: Routledge Press (2006), vol. 1, pp. 1-12.

“Postmodern Condition Y2K” (reprinted excerpt from Report to the Academy (2001), Jean-François Lyotard: Critical Evaluations in Cultural Theory, London: Routledge Press, (2006), vol. 3, pp. 181-278.

Gregg Lambert and Ian Buchanan, “Introduction” Deleuze and Space, ed. Ian Buchanan and Gregg Lambert, Edinburgh: University of Edinburgh Press (2005), pp. 1-15

“What the Earth Thinks,” Deleuze and Space, ed. Ian Buchanan and Gregg Lambert, Edinburgh: University of Edinburgh Press  (2005), pp. 220-239

 “Literary Theory,” Edinburgh Encyclopedia of Continental Theory, ed. John Protevi, Edinburgh: University of Edinburgh Press (2005), pp. 365-367.

“Expression,” Deleuze: Key Concepts, ed. Charles Stivale, London: Acumen Press (2005), pp. 35-42.

“Untouchable,” Derrida and Religion: Other Testaments, ed. Kevin Hart and Yvonne Sherwood, London: Routledge Press (2004), pp. 415-431.

“On Universal Hospitality,” Cities without Citizens, ed. Aaron Levy and Eduardo Cadava, Philadelphia: Slought Networks Press (2004), pp. 23-35.

“The Philosopher and the Writer: A Question of Style,” Between Deleuze and Derrida, ed. Paul Patton and John Protevi, London: Continuum International Publishing Group (2003), pp. 120-134.

“On Whitehead’s Proposition “Life is Robbery”: A Prolegommena for Any Future Ethics”Postmodernism and Theology: Fragments of a Radical American Tradition, Clayton Crockett, ed. (London: Routledge Press, 2001), 130-142.

“Hermeneutics,” “Literary Studies,” “Literary Theory,” “Society of Control” and “Textuality.”Routledge Encyclopedia of Postmodernism, ed. Victor E. Taylor and Charles E. Winquist, London: Routledge Press (2001), pp. 74-176; 225-230; 373-374; 393-394.

“On the Uses and Abuses of Literature for Life” (new edited version), Gilles Deleuze and Literature, ed. Ian Buchanan and John Marks, Edinburgh: University of Edinburgh Press / New York: Columbia University Press (2000), pp. 135-66.

“Cinema and the Outside,” The Brain is the Screen: Gilles Deleuze and the Philosophy of Cinema, ed. Gregory Flaxman, Minneapolis: University of Minnesota Press (1999), pp. 253-92.