Ana María Guzmán

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Ana María Guzmán is a research associate at c:o/re and PhD Candidate at the University of Bonn. In 2017 she completed her studies in Philosophy at the UNAM, Mexico (BA) and the Freie Universität Berlin (MA). In 2013 she also completed a specialization on Interdisciplinary Artistic Research at the CNA, Mexico. Since 2013 she has been collaborating with the Project Seminario de Tecnologías Filosóficas. She was Research Assistant for the project Technosphere at Haus der Kulturen der Welt, Berlin. She co-coordinates the Spanish speaking version of the Research Network for Philosophy and Technology. Her Dissertation “Within Nature: Hegel’s Local Determination of Thought” deals with the conditions for the intelligibility of nature within Hegel’s Logic and Philosophy of Nature. She aims to find an immanent logical structure of technical thought. Her research interests are (German) Idealism, Theories of Political Action (Rancière, Butler, Arendt), (Techno)Feminism, technologies of desire, and Gilbert Simondon.

Last Research Outputs

Publications 2021

  • Povinelli, Elizabeth, Ana Guzmán. 2021. “Where is Technology? Interview with Elizabeth Povinelli”. In Das Neue Alphabet: Making, Volume 7, edited by Katrin Klingan , Johanna Schindler, Nick Houde. Leipzig: Spector Books.



  • Metastable Bodies: a reflection on Simondon’s political and technical individuation. Colloquium for French Philosophy, University of Bonn, 20 Jan 2022.

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