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All posts by Alfie Bown
Althusser and Miserable Pop Music
Louis Althusser’s concept of ‘interpellation’ used to explore Morissey’s lyrics and other miserable pop music.
New Critical Theory Interview Series at the HKRB
The Hong Kong Review of Books has launched a new series of interviews with some of the world’s best critical theorists.
Hegel and Nyan Cat
Finally, a Hegelian reading of the bizarre phenomenon of Nyan Cat and the even stranger existence of ‘Nyan Cat for 10 Hours,’ an anti-capitalist sensation with over 47 million YouTube views.
Adopt a Homeless: HandUp and Bio-Morality
Everyday Analysis uses philosopher Alenka Zupančič’s idea of ‘bio-morality’ to explore the implications of San Francisco’s new ‘Adopt a Homeless’ program.
Gendered Kinder Eggs Read by Lacan and Žižek
Why are Kinder’s blue and pink eggs more capitalist than sexist? A psychoanalytic reading of Kinder Eggs.