This interview with Anthony Bogues was conducted over two days in March 2021 as part of a larger project initiated by Paul Bové, editor of boundary 2, to constitute an archive, for the historical record, of the intellectual formation of members of the boundary 2 Editorial Collective. The idea of that project was somewhat along the lines of Count Gian Artico di Porcía's Enlightenment enterprise to solicit from Italy's preeminent scholars what he termed their “periautography”—what Leibniz, who most likely inspired Porcía through the mediation of Louis Bourguet and Abbé Conti, characterized as the history of their discoveries and the steps by which they have arrived at them—for the education of the young.

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