November 29, 2021

THE STATE OF EXCEPTION AS APOCALYPTIC DESIRE – OVERCOMING A PERSECUTING SOCIETY, PART 3 (ROGER GREEN)

The following is the third in a multipart series. The first can be found here, the second can be found here. In Part 2 of this series of posts, I was arguing by way of Spinoza’s Theological-Political Treatise that as a proto-liberal, Spinoza’s conception of the “state of nature” has a different inflection than the […]

THE STATE OF EXCEPTION AS APOCALYPTIC DESIRE – OVERCOMING A PERSECUTING SOCIETY, PART 2 (ROGER GREEN)

The following is the second in a multipart series. The first can be found here. In Part two of these posts, I will build on the argument with which I have opened in Part 1 of this series – that the state of exception, while seen commonly as a purely legal decision, is conceptually tinged […]

The State of Exception As Apocalyptic Desire – Overcoming A Persecuting Society, Part 1 (Roger Green)

The following is the first of a multipart series. “People want to lead peaceful lives. The terrorists are shortsighted, and this is one of the causes of rampant suicide bombings,” the Dalai Lama said. “We cannot solve this problem only through prayers. I am a Buddhist and I believe in praying. But humans have created […]

The New Polis Journal (Announcement)

The New Polis, which launched operations in February 2018 as an academic blog or e-journal, will now as of January 2022 become a full-fledged, peer-reviewed academic journal . It will initially be published twice a year with a third annual edition added as the pace of submissions increases. The inaugural issue will include papers and presentations from […]