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The Enemy and the Libidinal Economy of the Apocalypse

The Enemy and the Libidinal Economy of the Apocalypse
3 weeks ago

The Enemy and the Libidinal Economy of the Apocalypse

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The figure of the Enemy is probably the most precious asset of the imploding West. Just consider the recent celebrations for the 80th anniversary of the D-day, which, courtesy of …
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Noncommutativity in the Symbolic and in the (Quantum) Real
4 weeks ago

Noncommutativity in the Symbolic and in the (Quantum) Real

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What makes quantum mechanics so appealing is that even what appears to be a modest experiment yields, upon a closer analysis, radical philosophical implications. So, let’s begin with such an …
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The Philosophy of Jerry Seinfeld
1 month ago

The Philosophy of Jerry Seinfeld

In the realm of intellectual discourse, George Bernard Shaw’s dictum, “When a thing is funny, search it carefully for a hidden truth,” resonates profoundly. This axiom underscores a fundamental parallel …
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The Politics of Bombastic Gestures
1 month ago

The Politics of Bombastic Gestures

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Two political gestures have recently taken place on the world stage. On May 10, Gilad Erdan, Israel’s ambassador to the UN, shredded the cover of the UN charter at the …
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