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Žižek dreaming, or Žižek, the dialectical trickster

“…one should learn the art of recognizing, from an engaged subjective position, elements which are here, in our space, but whose time is the emancipated future …” Slavoj Žižek, The Year of Dreaming Dangerously Reflecting on the year 2011, a year … Continue reading

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The rebellion of bodies: Beatriz Preciado

We have all been injured, profoundly.  We require regeneration, not rebirth, and the possibilities for our reconstitution include the utopian dream of the hope for a monstrous world without gender.                                            Donna Haraway, A Manifesto for Cyborgs   What is … Continue reading

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David Harvey and “Rebel Cities”

David Harvey continues to explore the violence of capitalism with an impressive lucidity and determination.  And though his work has always been informed by a profound moral and political commitment, perhaps never has this been more evident than in the … Continue reading

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