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Last Evenings on Earth
The New Yorker , December 26, 2005 P. 80 This is the situation: B and his father are going on vacation to Acapulco. They are planning to leave very early, at…
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13 days ago
The Figure in the Carpet, by Henry James
The Project Gutenberg eBook, The Figure in the Carpet, by Henry JamesThis eBook is for the use of anyone anywhere at no cost and withalmost no restrictions…
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24 days ago
Rearview: Gary Indiana, “Janet Malcolm Gets It Wrong—Part II” (1986) | Art Agenda
In the wing mirror on the passenger side of a vehicle, objects are closer than they appear. The texts republished in the Rearview series are those that we wish…
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4 weeks ago
Rearview: Gary Indiana, “Janet Malcolm Gets It Wrong—Part I” (1986) | Art Agenda
In the wing mirror on the passenger side of a vehicle, objects are closer than they appear. The texts republished in the Rearview series are those that we wish…
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4 weeks ago
Can Economists and Humanists Ever Be Friends?
Those who seek to reduce behavior to laws would seem hopelessly at odds with those who are fascinated by our full particularity. Illustration by Tamara Shopsin…
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7 weeks ago
German Idealism and Modernism
Interview by Richard Marshall. (Art: Julio Larrez) ‘The German Idealists, including Kant, tried to overcome the division between nature and freedom that had…
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7 weeks ago
An interview with Chantal Mouffe | CITSEE.eu
Chantal Mouffe is a Belgian political theorist well known for her conception of radical and agonistic democracy. She is currently Professor of Political Theory…
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8 weeks ago
The Haunted and the Haunters
The Haunted and the Haunters A friend of mine, who is a man of letters and a philosopher, said to me one day, as if between jestand earnest, “Fancy! since we…
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8 weeks ago
So you’re surrounded by idiots. Guess who the real jerk is – Eric Schwitzgebel | Aeon Essays
Picture the world through the eyes of the jerk. The line of people in the post office is a mass of unimportant fools; it’s a felt injustice that you must wait…
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8 weeks ago
Top ten nonfiction lessons – for those who take the time… | Sight & Sound
Skip to main content You are here Home / Explore film & TV / Sight & Sound magazine / Sight & Sound articles / Reviews and recommendations We asked the director…
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9 weeks ago
Art Without Work & Work Without Art
When I was invited to contribute to this meeting, one of the first things that came to mind was the time when I decided to be an artist. I was quite young,…
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9 weeks ago
Review: The Other Side of the Wind - Film Comment
By Nick Pinkerton in the November-December 2018 Issue A rriving decades too late and right on time, the final assemblage of Orson Welles’s legendary incomplete…
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10 weeks ago
U.S. Law Enforcement Failed to See the Threat of White Nationalism. Now They Don’t Know How to Stop It.
Best Article Crime U.S. Law Enforcement Failed to See the Threat of White Nationalism. Now They Don’t Know How to Stop It. For two decades, domestic…
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10 weeks ago
Between Uneven Hermeneutics and Alterity: The Dialogical Principle in the Art – Anthropology Encounter | FIELD
By FJadmin / October 10, 2018 / Issue 11 / No Comments Arnd Schneider This essay starts with a rhetorical figure, ‘speaking terms,’ which I take from James…
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10 weeks ago
“It’s Alive!” Theory and Terror in Cinema in the Digital Age
By Ali Raz. Nicholas Rombes, Cinema in the Digital Age: Revised Edition (Columbia University Press, 2017) In Nicholas Rombes’ novel The Absolution of Roberto…
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october 2018
Could populism actually be good for democracy?
E veryone seems to agree that democracy is under attack. What is surprising is how many of its usual friends have come to fear democracy itself – or perhaps to…
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october 2018
Manga Zombie
By Udagawa Takeo Translated by John Gallagher Manga Zombie , written by Udagawa Takeo , was published in Japanese in 1997 by Ohta Shuppan. The book covers a…
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october 2018
The Case for Not Being Born
Anti-natalist philosophers contend life is so painful that humans should not reproduce. Photograph by ESA / eyevine / Redux David Benatar may be the world’s…
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september 2018
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