Gilles Grelet

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Gilles Grelet (French: [gʁəlɛ]) is a French theorist and former student of the French philosopher François Laruelle. He is the author of books and pamphlets which develop the main tenets of Laruellean non-philosophy.


Grelet's theory of rebellion draws most conspicuously on the work of Guy Lardreau and Christian Jambet, whose 1976 jointly authored book L'Ange[1] marries Lacanian psychoanalysis and Maoism.

Aside from his published writings, Grelet has collaborated with French underground filmmakers Dojo Cinéma.[2]

He as co-founded, with François Laruelle and Ray Brassier a book collection, "we, ones without philosophy" (Nous, les sans philosophie)[3], published by L'Harmattan, where are edited the key authors whose thought takes place near Laruelle's non-standard matrix of theory (Jacques Fradin, Hugues Choplin, Patrick Fontaine, Patrice Guillamaud...)


  1. ^ Lardreau, Guy and Jambet, Christian, L'Ange : ontologie de la Révolution, tome 1 (Paris: Grasset, 1976).
  2. ^ Une bonne manière de commencer, c'est de se donner un mythe, directed by Eric Banse, Laurent Bruel, Inigo Cabo, Hugues Choplin, Martin de Torcy, Rudolf di Stéfano, Gilles Grelet, Vincent Laisney, Clément Pelzer, Sol Suffern-Quirno. 2006.
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