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Peter Sloterdijk, Jacques Ranciere and more.
Benjamin’s radio plays for children, left behind after he escaped Germany in 1940, survived only by chance. The typescripts left behind in Benjamin’s apartments were seized by the Gestapo and only managed to not be destroyed by bureaucratic error. They weren’t published in German until 1985.
Earlier this month Laurent Joffrin, Editorial Director of the French publication Libération, criticized Alain Badiou for his take on the Chinese Cultural Revolution. It wasn’t just his criticism that drew Badiou’s ire, but his choice words – Joffrin said Badiou “was a kind of Maoist dinosaur lost in our time.”
Sartre and Heidegger go head-to-head in a duel.
Fifth Annual Radical Democracy Conference
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The latest from Existential Comics.
In this video, entitled “This Teen Has An Inspiring Message For His Bully, Then Gets Totally Owned By The Bully’s Surprisingly Convincing Rebuttal,” a bullied teen stands up and proclaims to his aggression: “You don’t have the right!”
If you’re anything like me – you probably stay up at night figuring out new ways to corrupt America’s youth.
How do I get teenagers to stop buying iPads and start fomenting class revolution, and more importantly, how do I make my friend’s toddler throw off the ideological shackles thrown upon them by Dora the Explorer everyday from 11:30 AM to noon?
You’ve got until February.