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Here’s the link. Abstracts by August 1 and full paper by October 1, for Badiou Studies. Thought it may appeal to some in the crowd. Advertisements
Canguilhem positions sickness not as the opposite of or inversion of health. If you walk away from The Normal and the Pathological with one thing, I would argue that it ought be that the pathological is not the absence of … Continue reading
“Why are you shouting, damn it, if we know that things are the way they are? We already know: stop yelling!” – Claire Fontaine, Human Strike Has Already Begun Claire Fontaine, a Paris based ready-made artist collective, writes that we … Continue reading
I thought this article would be of interest to those in our class involved in the Occupy Movements, especially, as it’s a critical take on complicity in surveillance that starts in an anecdote about the cover of the OWS journal.
Name: Kelsey Borrowman School: Villanova, first year doctoral student Discipline: Philosophy Enrollment: taking for credit Interests: 20th C. French Philosophy, Social and Political Philosophy, Feminist Theory, Queer Theory, Film and Aesthetics, Disability Studies and Crip Theory, Reality Television (ie Cultural … Continue reading