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Antiwork and Its Enemies

Antiwork and Its Enemies
6 months ago

Antiwork and Its Enemies

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The dust well and truly settled on the latest elections in the US and UK and still struggling through a pandemic that has been used to depoliticize a global population, …
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Guilt and Humanism
6 months ago

Guilt and Humanism

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What are we guilty of? The rage of war includes accusations, the desire to subdue someone morally, not just physically. We, Russian citizens, are not only surprised and shocked by …
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From Covid-19 to Putin-22: Who Needs Friends with Enemies Like These?
7 months ago

From Covid-19 to Putin-22: Who Needs Friends with Enemies Like These?

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Hyperreality

Like a textbook illustration of Hollywood continuity editing, the de-escalation of the war on Covid has transitioned seamlessly into the escalation of the Ukrainian war, with Vladimir Putin …
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What Will Grow Out of a Pocket Full of Sunflower Seeds?
7 months ago

What Will Grow Out of a Pocket Full of Sunflower Seeds?

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Michael Marder published in The Philosophical Salon a wonderful text on a Ukrainian woman giving sunflower seeds to a Russian soldier. I call this text wonderful because it does what …
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