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.
In this latest video from Big Think (released Sunday), somebody got Slavoj Zizek out of a crusty t-shirt and into a clean polo.
What’s love god to do with it?
Elden is currently working on a book for Polity Press entitled “Foucault’s Last Decade,” which delves into the litany of published and unpublished works, manuscripts and lectures that Foucault left behind after his untimely death.
In this week’s 8-Bit Philosophy, Jacques Derrida’s work in “Of Grammatology” is explained.
Virno, a post-Marxist, is subject of a new Italian documentary (with English subtitles), that will soon be showing in an upcoming Italian film festival, according to its creator.
In this video, entitled “This Teen Has An Inspiring Message For His Bully, Then Gets Totally Owned By The Bully’s Surprisingly Convincing Rebuttal,” a bullied teen stands up and proclaims to his aggression: “You don’t have the right!”
This week’s 8-Bit Philosophy tackles the question “What is a Woman?” with Simone de Beauvoir and Metroid.
In which Slavoj Zizek reacts to Keyboard Cat and other internet phenomena.