Monthly Archives: September 2013

The Enlightening Public Sphere

Man shot in Russia in argument over Kant Reuters by Alexei Anishchuk; editing by Alison Williams Sept. 16, 2013 MOSCOW (Reuters) – An argument over the theories of 18th century philosopher Immanuel Kant ended in a man being shot in … Continue reading

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/cloud/ – Space as Accumulation

Frank Gehry House (1978) Santa Monica, CA It’s possible think of the “middle voice” (el coche se vende) as a way of getting beyond Aristotle’s first and final causes, as well as Descartes’ notion of rational engineering. This is a … Continue reading

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Christ

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Dream Tiger

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Unsaidquarters – “I was not mouth enough for this abundance.”

Steam now surrounded me, veiled my eyes, deprived me of all human vision, filled my sight with silken-fingered gloves, all wearing golden rings. The full papacy of heaven pointed at me in an instant. It was a vision I could … Continue reading

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Burst – Susan Steinberg

I haven’t found a writer so expectedly and devastatingly powerful in many a revolution. I wouldn’t be surprised if she didn’t even know she was especially good, or why people like her work. I don’t imagine the majority of her … Continue reading

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Annie Stardust

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