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Christian Fuchs May 21
and : A . Available as paperback & gratis open access e-book by , Book launch talk "Capitalism & Communication: Critical Theory in the Age of the Internet & Digital Capitalism"
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Neil Shenvi May 19
People at your church didn't pick up from Freire, Foucault, and Crenshaw. They picked it up from knitting blogs, Buzzfeed listicles, and social media posts.
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Jacob Leveton May 23
Way, way behind on this. *But* if you want to glimpse some thinking at the threshold of the possible and taking imagination & Romanticism as a powerful point of departure, check out ’s interview
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Anna Ilona Rajala 3h
Check out and my article on and . Thank you for your support and team for your hard work publishing the Fall2020 issue, which is full of good stuff!
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Neil Shenvi May 22
depends crucially on being able to divide the world into the oppressed and the oppressor, the good people and the bad people. That's why it finds empathy towards certain people so threatening.
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Darian Meacham 22h
Very nice piece from my former colleague Dagmar Wilhelm on and .
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Ema Odra Raščan 22h
An excerpt of Jean-Paul Sartre's Preface to F. Fanon's The Wretched of the Earth.
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Jacob Leveton 18h
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Neil Shenvi May 21
Why is some people's "lived experience" is seen as authoritative and while others' is dismissed? It may be the asymmetry inherent to : the lived experience of oppressed people comes from a liberatory consciousness, while that of oppressors comes from blindness.
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Liam M. Farrell May 20
My review of Mark Devenney’s new and important book ‘Towards an Improper Politics’ has been published in the JOPP. You can read it for free here:
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Larry Farlow May 23
How is this is an "analytical tool" Christians should use? “The purpose of critical theory is not to establish anything at all. Rather, it is to destabilize as potentially oppressive any claim to transcendent truth or value.”
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Critical Theory Workshop May 23
We are still accepting applications for our *online summer program*, which will include an author-meets-critics session w Larry Busk, to discuss his important new book:
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Neil Shenvi May 18
I mean this non-pejoratively, but is a conspiracy theory without conspirators. Short thread: Conspiracy theories argue that the overall trajectory of history and the majority of people's actions are shaped by a powerful, nefarious cabal of conspirators, whose 1/
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Jumshanty May 21
Me acting like i am kissing the drift😢
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Matthew Flisfeder ⵄ May 23
I find myself less interested in debating the “correct” reading of than in what the name Hegel generates for contemporary regarding the debate over the proper terms and uses of .
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Joseph Kesisoglou May 20
Replying to @pmarca
We do not lack foresight and especially imagination - foresight has been business oriented for most its lifetime, and when used by governments has been and is still bound to economic liberalism - not social. /3
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Neil Shenvi May 18
If anyone thinks that is an imaginary, right-wing bogeyman, I highly recommend they read Sensoy and DiAngelo's Is Everyone Really Equal?
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Timon Cline May 17
This is how you talk abt the incompatibility of western norms/approaches w/certain cultures/peoples & how they can be damaging if unthinkingly imposed where econ/cultural conditions won’t jive w/it. You don’t need to talk abt these things
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TheArmchairTheorists May 20
🚨🚨New Video!!!🚨🚨 Psychoanalysis and Anime| Watching Akira with Lacan: Imagos of the fragmented body and aggressivity
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Shepherdson Grace May 22
Check out Critical Theory and Methodology (Volume 3) (Contemporary Social Theory) by A.…
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