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Art's Philosophical Work

Originally published by Marx and Philosophy Review of Books.

In Art’s Philosophical Work, Andrew Benjamin attempts to found a materialist aesthetics which radically reconceives the nature of the work of art in terms of his own relational ontology. 1,590 more words


Miketz (Gen. 41:1 - 44:17), 4th day of Chanukah (Num. 7:30-35)

We know from the Joseph story that repetition is a sign of a dream’s significance.  I have had some classic recurring dreams myself; e.g., it’s the end of the semester and I have done absolutely none of the course work, or I’m in a play and have forgotten my lines, or I’m partially unclothed at work.  1,658 more words

Stephen Colbert Says Firing Omarosa Is The Only Job Trump Is ‘Qualified For’

Stephen Colbert said he was “livid” on Wednesday’s “The Late Show” about the White House reportedly firing Omarosa Manigault Newman.

“ not because Omarosa should be anywhere near the White House — she should not,” Colbert said Wednesday night, “but because Donald Trump let General Kelly do the firing.” 512 more words


Will Smith Predicts The Future - And It's Dark: 'This Is The Purge, Right?'

In West Philadelphia, born and raised, Will Smith predicts it’s the end of days. According to the Fresh Prince, he knows what the future holds and it’s going to be a “f***ing mess”. 341 more words


Bryan Cranston Pokes Fun At George Clooney, Donald Trump As He Nails 'Late Late Show' Hosting Duties

Bryan Cranston followed in Harry Styles’ footsteps as he filled in for James Corden on Wednesday’s “The Late Late Show.”

Cranston came to the rescue after Corden welcomed a baby girl with his wife Julia earlier this week, after Styles nailed the hosting duties on Tuesday. 306 more words