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“Silence Is Violence”: Simone Weil on the Impossible Demands of Justice

“Silence Is Violence”: Simone Weil on the Impossible Demands of Justice
3 weeks ago

“Silence Is Violence”: Simone Weil on the Impossible Demands of Justice

“All true good carries with it conditions which are contradictory and as a consequence is impossible. He who keeps his attention really fixed on this impossibility and acts will do …
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The Will Not to Know
4 weeks ago

The Will Not to Know

By  •  Debates

Up until now, some of us have been desperately clinging to the hope that countries that are somehow associated with Socialism are better at containing the pandemic. I mean not …
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The Singular Life of Bernard Stiegler
1 month ago

The Singular Life of Bernard Stiegler

The first time I met Bernard Stiegler was at the Paris summer school hosted by the University of Kent in June 2016. There, he gave a seminar on the notion …
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No Time for Truth
1 month ago

No Time for Truth

By  •  Debates

In early June, after almost three months of sheltering in place that culminated in a tumultuous week of protests, clashes, and curfews, New York City started its phased reopening. It …
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Where No Lives Matter
2 months ago

Where No Lives Matter

This January I was in my philosophy class having an unexpected discussion about race. It was the first day of the semester. I had sent the syllabus around in December. …
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