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'I should have written you after my first reading of The Living Currency; it was already breath-taking and I should have responded. After reading it a few more times, I know it is the best book of our times.'
Letter to Pierre Klossowski from Michel Foucault, winter 1970.
Living Currency is the first English translation of Klossowski's La monnaie vivante. It offers an analysis of economic production as a mechanism of psychic production of desires and is a key work from this often overlooked but wonderfully creative French thinker.
Pierre Klossowski is a French philosopher, translator, and artist.
Vernon W. Cisney is a Ph.D. candidate in the Philosophy Department at Purdue University.
Nicolae Morar is a Faculty Fellow in the Philosophy Department at University of Oregon.
Daniel W. Smith is Associate Professor of Philosophy at Purdue University, USA. He has translated books by Gilles Deleuze, Pierre Klossowski and Isabelle Stengers.
1. Introduction, Cisney, Morar and Smith
2. Letter from Michel Foucault to Pierre Klossowski
3. Klossowski's Preface
4. Section 1 - Main Section
5. Section 2 - Gratuity and Price
6. Section 3 - Excursus
7. Section 4 - Living Currency