Mark Fisher and Anti-Hauntology In my previous article I claimed that recently departed artist/producer SOPHIE marked a significant shift in Continue reading
Last week the music community lost one of the most innovative artists and producers of the twenty-first century. Sophie, who Continue reading
Paul Klee’s Angelus Novus design is used by Benjamin as a metaphor to describe the link between progress and catastrophe.
In what follows we shall be questioning concerning memes. Our question is: what is the essence of the meme? According Continue reading
In mythology, autochthones (from Ancient Greek αὐτός “self,” and χθών “soil”; i.e. “people sprung from earth itself”) are those mortals Continue reading
During the nineteenth-century, the German speaking world was going through a period of rapid social and political upheaval. This tumultuous Continue reading
It is a rare opportunity for a philosopher to have occasion to comment, not upon the written content of a Continue reading
There is undoubtedly a variety of opinion in matters of art appreciation – someone may, for example, detest Damien Hirst’s Continue reading