Kant‘s Critique Of Judgment Judgment has two functions therefore: determining and reflecting. Determining involves finding the right ‘universal’, that…
Capitalist Realism And The End Of Democracy As civil liberties are shredded and powerful corporate and political force engage in a range of legal…
Ideology Today I hope l'm not intruding here, so l'm sorry if I am. However, no, ideology doesn't have a "good" or "bad" nature intrinsic to it. It's a…
The Beginning and The End Of Utopia Utopians’ mistake was not to think that the present is awful but to imagine that what exits must therefore describe…
Guy Debord The Society of the Spectacle The foundation of every society is the result of an arbitrary act: one of its parts takes control over the rest…
Pierre Bourdieu's 'On Television Bourdieu attacks guest panels on TV stations, questioning what the process was for the people invited to get selected…
Badiou‘s Theory of Subject Although Badiou has revised his postion on a number of key points in later works, reading 'Theory of the Subject' is…
Reading Jameson: Representing Capital A Reading Of Volume One Jameson has accomplished the rehabilitation of Karl Marx in our post-socialist world…
Reading Jameson’s Allegory and Ideology As a result, Jameson’s insistence that ideology \"subsumes everything else in culture and the superstructures…
Adorno's Negative Dialectics Adorno takes Hegelian dialectic to aim at establishing the identity of concepts with being by collapsing everything onto…
Reading Lyotards Discourse, Figure Discourse is on the side of conceptual knowledge, totalisation, consciousness and order. The figural is on the side…
The Philosophy of Parmenides: The Provocative Thinker Parmenides's whole philosophy hinges on the idea of the non-existence of nothingness. In the…