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Category Archives: Everyday Analysis
Althusser and Miserable Pop Music
Louis Althusser’s concept of ‘interpellation’ used to explore Morissey’s lyrics and other miserable pop music.
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.
Everyday Analysis Joins Critical-Theory
We’re excited to announce that Everyday Analysis, a collective blog (and maker of an excellent series of books with Zero Books) will now be publishing their best content on Critical-Theory .
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.