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Black Mirror: Fifteen Million Merits

The spectacle manifests itself as an enormous positivity, out of reach and beyond dispute. All it says is: “Everything that appears is good; whatever is good will appear.” The attitude it demands in principle is the same passive acceptance that it has already secured by means of its seeming incontrovertibility, and indeed by its monopolization of the realm of appearances.  1,864 more words

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How the Situationist International became what it was

by Anthony Hayes

The Situationist International (1957-1972) was a small group of communist revolutionaries, originally organised out of the West European artistic avant-garde of the 1950s. 453 more words

Communism

‘Bertatap Muka’ dengan Tuhan tanpa Kepalsuan

Kamis, 11 Januari 2018 | Mrk 1: 40-45

Beberapa hari ini, Injil yang kita baca banyak berkisah tentang Yesus yang menyembuhkan orang sakit dan mengusir roh jahat. 235 more words

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Assignment 2: The Commodity as Spectacle

“The spectacle is capital to such a degree of accumulation that it becomes an image.”

Guy Debord, ‘The Society of the Spectacle’ (Debord, 2010: 34) 446 more words

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Revolution will not be theorized #3: Voorlichters van het eendimensionale volk

Dit is de derde blog in de serie The revolution will not be theorized, waarin ik in de voetsporen van Albert Camus de relatie over theorie en praktijk van revoluties, opstand en verzet onderzoek. 1,828 more words

Revolution Will Not Be Theorized

The Verb - The Society of the Spectacle

BBC Radio 3 presented a show on the 50th anniversary of Guy Debord’s The Society of the Spectacle, a text very pertinent for our times. The show features Ian McMillan, Paul Hartfleet, and Nick Harkaway. 113 more words

OCA hangout notes 2 November 2017

Seven of us met in an OCA Hangout last night. The subject of the hangout was Guy Debord’s The Society of the Spectacle, first published in 1967 in French. 977 more words

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