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Weekend Links: Badiou, Photojournalism, Deleuze, James Tully, Clarence Thomas

1. Daniel Fischer’s transcription of the 19 January 2011 session of Alain Badiou’s seminar What does “change the world” mean? 2. An assortment of entries to the World Press Photo Contest 2011. 3. My French is still too rough to … Continue reading

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Reading Marx’s Capital with David Harvey

I just might have to return to these incredibly helpful lectures this summer.

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18 Disturbing Things We Wouldn’t Know Without WikiLeaks

A slide show at The Nation.

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Was Jared Loughner a Nietzschean?

Over at Slate, there’s a good discussion of Nietzsche’s supposed influence on Loughner and his actions.  Apparently, there has been a lot of knee-jerk reaction to the fact that Loughner read Nietzsche, with the great German thinker playing the scapegoat … Continue reading

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NDPR review of Postanalytic and Metacontinental: Crossing Philosophical Divides

There’s already a review at NDPR for the book I just mentioned.

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Hello world!

This blog is a public platform for my random reflections on topics and thinkers in philosophy and political theory, as well as on political and social issues more generally.  It will also be a place for passing along interesting news, … Continue reading

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