- Self and Emotional Life: Merging Philosophy, Psychoanalysis, and Neuroscience (with Adrian Johnston; New York: Columbia University Press, forthcoming).
- Sois mon corps, with Judith Butler (Paris: Bayard, 2010).
- La Grande Exclusion, l'urgence sociale, thérapie et symptômes (Paris: Bayard: 2009).
- Changer de différence, le féminin et la question philosophique, (Paris: Galilée 2009).
- (English translation) Changing Difference, (Cambridge: Polity Press, 2011, trans. Carolyn Shread).
- La Chambre du milieu, de Hegel aux neurosciences, collected, (Paris: Hermann 2009).
- Ontologie de l'accident: Essai sur la plasticité destructrice (Paris: Éditions Léo Scheer, 2009).
- (English translation) The Ontology of the Accident: An Essay on Destructive Plasticity (Cambridge: Polity Press, forthcoming).
- Les Nouveaux Blessés: de Freud a la neurologie: penser les traumatismes contemporains (Paris: Bayard, 2007).
- (English translation) The New Wounded: From Neurosis to Brain Damage (New York: Fordham University Press, 2012).
- La Plasticité au soir de l'écriture (Paris: Éditions Léo Scheer, 2004).
- (English translation) Plasticity at the Dusk of Writing: Dialectic, Destruction, Deconstruction (New York: Columbia University Press, 2009, trans. Carolyn Shread).
- Que faire de notre cerveau? (Paris: Bayard, 2004).
- (English translation) What Should We Do With Our Brain? (New York: Fordham University Press, 2009, trans. Sebastian Rand).
- Le Change Heidegger, du fantastique en philosophie (Paris: Éditions Léo Scheer, 2004).
- (English translation) The Heidegger Change: On the Fantastic in Philosophy (New York: SUNY Press, 2012).
- Plasticité (Paris: Éditions Léo Scheer, 1999).
- Voyager avec Jacques Derrida – La Contre-allée, with Jacques Derrida (Paris: La Quinzaine littéraire-Louis Vuitton, 1999).
- (English translation) Counterpath: Traveling with Jacques Derrida (Stanford: Stanford University Press, 2004, trans. David Wills).
- L'Avenir de Hegel: Plasticité, Temporalité, Dialectique (Paris: Vrin, 1996).
- (English translation) The Future of Hegel: Plasticity, Temporality, and Dialectic (New York: Routledge, 2004, trans. Lisabeth During).
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“There are certain books in the world which every searcher for truth must know: the Bible, the Critique of Pure Reason, the Origin of Species, and Karl Marxs Capital.”
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“Learning is, in too many cases, but a foil to common sense; a substitute for true knowledge. Books are less often made use of as spectacles to look at nature with, than as blinds to keep out its strong light and shifting scenery from weak eyes and indolent dispositions.... The learned are mere literary drudges.”
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