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  1. This is a rather heterogeneous branch of modern philosophy, in which the authors undertake to criticize the prevailing understanding of matter and try to put forward an alternative, taking into account the fact that man is not a passive mirror of being, as was thought in preclassical philosophy of the 17th and 18th centuries, but an active cognitive principle. The direction usually includes such English-speaking philosophers as Jane Bennett, Iain Hamilton Grant, Adrian Johnston, Eugene Thacker, Steven Shaviro, and others.

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