IN his web chat on The Guardian website, Slavoj Zizek noted that “we were all Fukuyamaists,” meaning that everyone, even the left, believed in a sense that we were at Fukuyama’s “end of history.” The meaning of this end of history was widely debated, but it argued that with liberal democracy, no further progress was required or possible. 535 more words
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Certain photos capture more than a moment: they capture history. Beyond the perfect lighting or the impeccable composition, there’s something else: a hint of emotion in the subject’s face, or perhaps a gesture that points to something deeper, something that elevates the image to a place where it helps defines a moment, or an entire era. 111 more words
My interview with the legendary adman George Lois (aka The Original Mad Man) in which he talks about his work with Andy Warhol, Bobby Kennedy and Muhammad Ali and why he thinks the hit TV series Mad Men are a personal insult to him, is now on the Bulgarian magazine Capital Light website.