August 4, 2021

The Birth Of Modern “Sovereignty” – The Dialectic Of Subjection And Abjection, Part 1 (Carl Raschke)

The following is the first of a two-part series. It continues with a theme developed in earlier articles, which can be found here and here. If we gaze at history with a panoramic angle of vision, we must draw the inevitable conclusion that the thesis of sovereignty radiates from the dialectic of subjection and abjection.  […]

Terror And Performance – Asymmetric Warfare, Martyrdom, And Necropolitics (Axelle Van Wynsberghe)

[The Fourth World War is] a fractal war of all cells, all singularities,  revolting in the form of antibodies. A confrontation so impossible to pin down that the idea of war has to be rescued from time to time by spectacular set-pieces, such as the Gulf War or the war in Afghanistan. But the Fourth […]