Monthly Archives: June 2016

Ours is a world in vertigo w/ Laboria Cuboniks

see also http://www.anglistica-aion-unior.org/#!blank/nphw3

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“Sur les Toits”: An open-access Antipode Symposium on the Prison Protests in Early 1970s France

Originally posted on Progressive Geographies:
“Sur les Toits”: An open-access Antipode Symposium on the Prison Protests in Early 1970s France This symposium contains a rich collection of contributions based on the screening of the French documentary film Sur les Toits (“On the Roofs”).…

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How to Win an Aesthetic War: On Bernard Stiegler’s Symbolic Misery

Originally posted on Daniel Tutt:
How do we think political conflict that impacts all aspects of social life, from the family to public institutions? What domains of private and public life are affected by a form of conflict which is…

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Antibiotic Resistance a Symptom of Consumerist Liberalism

“So, we learn that E. Coli bacteria have broken through the last barrier separating our society from nothing less than the end of modern medicine, potentially (“Antibiotics are dead”, 19 Nov.). Is this going to be the moment when as … Continue reading

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The Secure & the Dispossessed: How the Military and Corporations are Shaping a Climate-Changed World

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consciousness deflation w/ mark fisher

see also https://voicerepublic.com/talks/01-mark-fisher-touchscreen-capture-how-capitalist-cyberspace-inhibits-acceleration

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Let a Million Simulated Cybersyns Bloom!

“Distributed, unfalsifiable, transparent transactional ledgers could help the citizens make informed political decisions and even help distribute decision making towards a truly stateless solidarity society. But this would require a long-term investment in various auditing and interpretation practices. Acknowledging that … Continue reading

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The Voluntarist and Anti-Voluntarist Tradition in Politics

Originally posted on Dr. Rinaldi's Horror Cabinet:
For a while now I’ve been gathering the threads of two oppositional aspects of our political tradition: the Voluntarist and Anti-Voluntarist. Defenders of voluntarism shift from various perspectives such as the theological,…

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Connectivity & the Internet as Supply Chain

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Helen Hester: After Work: What’s Left & Who Cares?

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