May 20, 2022

The Birth Of Modern “Sovereignty” – The Dialectic Of Subjection And Abjection, Part 2 (Carl Raschke)

The following is the second of a two-part series. The first can be found here. It is not incidental that the apologists for these necropolitical regimes as they were in the midst of their formation always considered them “humane” in some ironic, if not perverse, sense of the word.  The Spanish Conquistadors essentially wielded against […]

Politics And Its Double – Deleuze And Political Ontology, Part 1 (Borna Radnik)

The following is the first of a four-part series.  Is the philosophy of Gilles Deleuze directly political? There are essentially three possible answers to such a question. First, if the answer to the question is yes, then it is expected that the philosophy either deals explicitly with political concepts, or expresses a certain view regarding […]

The Yellow Vest Uprising – From Berlin To Paris A Spirit Of “Post-Capitalism” May Be Aborning (Carl Raschke)

It is slightly more than an hour, mostly by autobahn, from the glitzy, high-end tourist neighborhood on the west side of Berlin known as Kurfürstendam (Ku’damm for short) to the small, historically famous city of Wittenberg where Martin Luther nailed his 95 theses to the church door and launched the Protestant Reformation just a little […]