Radical Thinkers Set 10, Luxemburg, Heidegger and more.
This episode of 8-Bit Philosophy is written by yours truly, Eugene Wolters. In it, Judith Butler’s idea of gender performativity is explored with the help of Metroid, Pokemon and other 8-Bit games.
You’ve got until July 31st.
“I’m strapped to this journal,” Guattari begins, “Grunt. Heave. Impression that the ship is going down.”
This video, uploaded in 2012 to YouTube, features the iconic Muppets song “Mahna Mahna,” subtitled to explain phenomenology.
Fungiculture is now accepting submissions for their second issue, entitled “Rhythms.” The deadline to submit is June 14, 2015.
Foucault, Laruelle and more.
In The Manhattan Project, Kishik envisions a world where Walter Benjamin had faked his own death and assumed a new identity in New York City. What would have continued of Benjamin’s academic work?