Tag Archives: Michel Foucault

From Revolution to Destitution

We are confronted with an expansion of the revolution that reaches the point of becoming something else. Today’s uprisings point toward an anthropological and no longer merely a political revolution, in which Marx’s distinction between political and social revolution begins … Continue reading

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Reflections after the Stonewall Riots: Michel Foucault

In my opinion, as important as it may be, tactically speaking, to say at a given moment, ‘I am a homosexual,’ over the long run, in a wider strategy, the question of knowing who we are sexually should no longer … Continue reading

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Notes on the state of the plague

From the autonomous media collective, Bruxelles Dévie (and also posted on lundi matin), a reflection on the COVID-19 pandemic through the words of Michel Foucault. The english language translation follows. This enclosed, segmented space, observed at every point, in which … Continue reading

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Architecture beyond truth and falsity: Radicalising feminist interventions in the creation of spaces

Better to live in the provisional than in the definitive. Gaston Bachelard, The Poetics of Space All dissidence, rebellion, revolution has a location, a place.  The relationship between the two has been the subject of an ongoing reflection on the … Continue reading

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Nietzsche and anarchy

I don’t say that my values and desires are the right or true ones. For instance, I don’t say that it is right or true to love anarchy and hate domination. I affirm my values. This affirmation is not like … Continue reading

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