What justifies the name "Slovenian school" and why does this nomination have an essential element of our reading? What we want to show through the compilation of these conferences that were offered in Mexico City, is that instead of concepts there are operations, readings and traits in common that make the philosophy of the Slovenian school thoughtless. We claim that this school has a non-individual thought. It is not the ideological one without "teamwork" but the emptying of the individual for the benefit of impersonal and collective thought that leads to individual journeys that come to the place where the Other fails and nothing can guarantee. This book provides a better approach to innovative and refreshing thinking of readings ranging from psychoanalysis, contemporary philosophy and Lubitsch cinema, from a triad of authors who playfully call themselves the Slovenian troika.