Image

First as Farce, Then as Tragedy?

First as Farce, Then as Tragedy?
5 months ago

First as Farce, Then as Tragedy?

By  •  Debates

We all know Marx’s remark that history repeats itself first as a tragedy and then as a farce. Marx had in mind the tragedy of the fall of Napoleon I …
Read More

The R-Files 3.0: Reading Althusser Reading Hegel
5 months ago

The R-Files 3.0: Reading Althusser Reading Hegel

By  •  Debates

Reading Louis Althusser is always a complicated task. Not only because of the complexity of his writings (which take the form of premises without conclusions, as well as conclusions without …
Read More

Getting Over The Bauhaus
5 months ago

Getting Over The Bauhaus

By  •  Debates

Films, exhibitions, symposia, books, articles: the anniversary of the opening of The Bauhaus turned out to be a small but lucrative academic industry. The Bauhaus are more celebrated now than …
Read More

Living-Dying in a Global Dump
6 months ago

Living-Dying in a Global Dump

By  •  Debates

Ours is the age of the global dump. And the information without form that sometimes lends a name to postindustrial societies, economies, and ways of crafting knowledge is but a …
Read More