The city as an implosion event, graphs and population dynamics. Graphs, I tell you.
With new protests against the fees and cuts being made to Higher Education planned for this Wednesday on what’s being called ‘Day X’ (more information here) it’s necessary to avoid getting drowned in the new slave consensus. The ‘cuts’, the ‘deficit’ and the whole new way in which economics is being organised are presented as obvious, necessary, inevitable. They are… Read more →
The following announcement arrived today and I encourage anyone interested in philosophy, thinking and life to Collapse. ——————————————— We are delighted to announce that Collapse Volume IV will be published May 2008 and is now available for advance purchase online. Contributors to this volume include: Kristen Alvanson, Jake and Dinos Chapman, Iain Hamilton Grant, Graham Harman, Michel Houellebecq, Oleg Kulik,… Read more →