proudhonian cosmopolitanism

Originally posted on Antinomia Imediata:
Cities, eventually, will scare us. — Nick Land the individuals of the global society aren’t human individuals or nationalities, but cities. this is the society that is fed by human individualism, and it’s the society that is forming its organs beneath the unaware eyes of statesmen, priests and warriors. for…

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Into the Mystic: Capitalism and the Structuralization of Spirituality

Originally posted on Deterritorial Investigations :
In his fantastic book The Closed World: Computers and the Politics of Discourse in Cold War America, Paul N. Edwards forwards a quasi-literary reading of the way power and subjectivity operate in the age of the computer, focusing primarily on the lineage running from the Vannevar Bush’s  Office of Scientific…

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The Chipotle Effect

Originally posted on AntiDem:
“The world promises you comfort, but you were not made for comfort. You were made for greatness.” – His Holiness Pope Benedict XVI Prologue: Moscow, June 1990 Natasha had great legs. And she probably still does, wherever she may be. But on that summer day in the last full year of…

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