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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.
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?
Heidegger, Zizek and more.
The foreword to Maria Mies’ “Patriarchy and Accumulation on a World Scale: Women in the International Division of Labour,” by Sylvia Federici.
Zizek squared, Derrida, Feenberg and more!
Book releases related to critical theory and philosophy from July, 2014.
In this excerpt from Robert Pfaller’s “On the Pleasure Principle in Culture: Illusions Without Owners,” the author discusses the functioning of interpassivity and enjoyment.
“I cannot tell you how proud I am to be in contact with you. Your acts are well thought, and based on deep insights into how oppressive power works, how it has to rely on a hidden obscene agenda, violating its own rules.”