In 1959, Princeton University hosted Fidel Castro, the prime minister of the newly formed Cuban government, for a conference entitled “The United States and the Revolutionary Spirit.”
Jean-Paul Sartre saves the world from poser bullshit.
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The foreword to Maria Mies’ “Patriarchy and Accumulation on a World Scale: Women in the International Division of Labour,” by Sylvia Federici.
Zer0 Books, a house run by John Hunt Publishing and that describes itself as “intellectual without being academic, popular without being populist,” has started a new podcast in conjunction with the philosophy podcast Diet Soap.
In which my terrible writing throws someone into a fit of rage.
Fake your way through awkward sports conversations with this quick and dirty guide to the NFL.
This October marks the 50th anniversary of the Herbert Marcuse’s “One-Dimensional Man: Studies in the Ideology of Advanced Industrial Society,” and to celebrate Brandeis University is hosting an incredible conference October 1-2.
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