Here is a list of book recommendations for people interested in understanding capitalist political economy better as well as critiques of capitalist political economy. I have not read all of these books, but I do look forward to reading them all one day. In addition, I must say: I don’t believe that anyone should be […]Read More 50 Books To Read To Understand Critiques of Capitalist Political Economy
The Conservative and The Liberal gather together in the ruined streets of Minneapolis urging for peace. It has never been more clear that such an urgency is a matter of returning to White comfort in the dismay of black rage and yet, the refined reader states, “The Families of [Insert Slaughtered Person] are requesting that […]Read More Apocalypse Now! Apocalypse Forever!
You are uneven. hanging halfway between the ending and an [emergency exit]. – Koleka Putuma, “In Limbo”[i] There are movies that discuss moments like this. A true ‘alien’ enemy threatens the survival of the planet and the only thing left to do is come together, to “spare […]Read More The End of America
Die Lit, or the art of being ontological terror (Paper Presented at Global Debate Symposium in the Kritikal Lab, July 7th, 2019) I don’t usually like to reflect on my writing for a public audience. I find in every reflection I place the words of who I once was into the context and constellation of […]Read More Die Lit, or the art of being ontological terror
Jean-Jacques Rousseau is an 18th Century Genevan philosopher whose ideas about the state of nature and the birth of civil society were pivotal to the French Revolution, the Enlightenment and as such the current conceptual coherence of the modern world today. His “A Discourse Upon the Origin and the Foundation of Inequality Among Mankind” is […]Read More no(ble) savage: class notes on Rousseau