Tag Archives: Michel Foucault

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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