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Review: Derrida’s ‘Paper Machine’

Derrida, Jacques. Paper Machine. Trans. Rachel Bowlby. Stanford, CA: Stanford UP, 2005, 224.
$29.08 (hardcover), $28.68 (pb)
Hardcover ISBN 978-0804746199: Paperback ISBN 978-0804746205

I have read many times over Derrida’s Paper Machine, a 2001 biblion translated by Rachel Bowlby and printed by Stanford University Press in 2005, adding to the original Papier Machine, printed in 2001 by Editions Galilée, the address Fichus, printed in 2002 by Éditions Galilée. 1,606 more words

Academia

Critical Theory 2 - Sharing the Narrative with Paul from Swordnut Radio

Hello friends, and welcome back to another episode of The Riverhouse Games Podcast. This week we have another episode of Critical Theory. I was joined by friend of the show, … 145 more words

Gaming

Kickstarter Update

Ahoy, readers! Thank you for your continuing support!

I’ve got 19 days left of my Kickstarter campaign. Without a big increase in support, I will not hit my goal… 62 more words

Games

Duterte: Three Essays on Populism, Fascism and the Politics of Inherent Transgression (Part 3 of 3)

The Politics of Inherent Transgression

We know proceed to the final point in determining the contours of our present political situation and the hype it has been causing all these times. 1,130 more words

Commentary

Objecting to Nussbaum (1995) on Objectification

I. Synopsis

Nussbaum proffers seven criteria that independently, or jointly, suffice for but are not necessary for one person’s behaviour towards another to count as objectification; these criteria are listed in DEFINITION 1 below. 2,134 more words

Towards a New Manifesto?

“Adorno: Philosophy exists in order to redeem what you see in the look of an animal. If you feel that an idea is supposed to serve a practical purpose, it slithers into the dialectic. 261 more words

Critical Theory

Trailing clouds of glory

Trailing Clouds of Glory

Men are better able than women
To keep up their production
Of the household commodity
At times when the child commodity… 300 more words

Poetry