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What Carries Us On

by Shaj Mohan

  It is frightfully sublime in part because of its obscurity. – Immanuel Kant Implicit within the debate on Coronavirus curated by Antinomie and archived by Sergio Benven...

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Viral Intrusion

by Andityas Matos and Murilo...

    Contingency     In his last courses at the Collège de France, Foucault insisted more and more strongly on a Greek concept that, in fact, designated a way of life: p...

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KASHMIR IN AN ERA OF DYING DEMOCRACY

by Mohamad Junaid

   I.   Late last November, after months of being cut off from Kashmir, I managed to get through to an old friend in my hometown in South Kashmir over a rickety landline connection. ...

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Biopolitics and Coronavirus, or don’t forget Foucault

by Felipe Demetri

  The narrative of those who saw the coronavirus as “just another flu”, “hysteria”, “a media product” or the like fell apart. The supposed good reasoning of...

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Thinking Collective Self-determination Through Municipalism

by Renan Porto

  The book Anti-Oedipus, by the French thinkers Gilles Deleuze and Félix Guattari, has an interesting insight about three types of social formation and their registration surfaces: t...

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AN IRREGULAR ODE

by RANGI MCNEIL

     AN IRREGULAR ODE     Thirty days shy of forty,  on a rush-hour-crowded Coney-Island-bound F train,  I questioned the exact circumference of the sandy cir...

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