Mark Fisher describes how he, soon after he finished high school, he flew down to Clearwater to become an auditor. As he was so young, he was chosen to join the CMO – and when he was taken up to his quarters (or “berthing” in Scientologese) he found out his roommate was David Miscavige. 43 more words
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One reoccurring charge against postmodernism and poststructuralism alike is that they are unable to think utopia.
At first pass, this certainly seems plausible, after all postmodernism in Lyotard’s famous formulation was defined as “incredulity towards metanarratives.” For another example, in all of Derrida’s work on deconstruction, did he not (perhaps admirably) refuse to offer an alternative to logocentrism? 1,438 more words
BOSTON (CBS) – WBZ-TV political analyst Jon Keller moderated a roundtable discussion between the two Republican candidates for governor, Mark Fisher and Charlie Baker.
The two discussed a wide range of issues and expressed some significant differences in opinion during the televised exchange at WBZ-TV on Keller @ Large. 124 more words
“If capitalism is to go on in the history of mankind, then the history of mankind must become the place of total violence, because only the violence of competition can decide the value of time” 2,576 more words