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Steel Totem Poles from the Perspective of Alain Badiou

To juxtapose the Tsleil-Waututh Nation’s totem poles against the steel poles coming from the natural landscape across the Burrard Inlet. The message is apparent; the totem poles historical tales are being silenced.  425 more words

Bitumen

Alain Badiou Renounces his Maoist Past.

Alain Badiou: I was wrong, innit?

“The Greatest Philosopher since Plato and St Ignatius of Loyola”, as Terry Eagleton calls him, Alain Badiou, a dapper gent, wears his 132 years well. 215 more words

French Left

Harmony Stone Tanka: Yet more walls

One single Alain
Badiou’s world of women and
men; living women
and men; he or she; elect-
rified barrier(s) between.

Poetry