Tag: Slavoj Zizek

Today’s philosophers don’t do well in crises. The case of Giorgio Agamben, in which he wrongly downplayed the danger posed by COVID-19, is a perfect example. (More…)

The end of the tunnel is nowhere in sight. Coronavirus continues to infect the globe. (More…)

The crisis through which we (or at least most of us) are now living is defined by biopolitics. (More…)

Listening to IDLES’ forthcoming live LP, A Beautiful Thing – not to mention the albums that preceded it,  Joy as an Act of Resistance (2018) and Brutalism (2017) is by turns exhilarating and exhausting. (More…)