Monthly Archives: June 2012

Eugene Holland on Spinoza and Marx

Originally posted on Becoming Poor:
Haven’t read it yet, but it is almost certainly worth the time…

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Originally posted on urbanculturalstudies:
The top menu now includes a new page on the Journal of Urban Cultural Studies. Although the journal is still in development, you can use that page to check in on the journal’s premise, scope and…

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South Lake Union’s plan(e) of organization

While working on my paper for the Deleuze Studies conference next week, I have finally had some time to dig back in to some of the material that has inspired me.  I find this notion of the plan(e) of organization … Continue reading

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How to Parent 1

“The walls of Lacan’s boyhood bedroom were covered in diagrams and coloured arrows that charted the supple architecture of Spinoza’s Ethics…” (Gregory J. Seigworth, “From Affection to Soul” in Deleuze: Key Concepts, 184).  

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meeting a request for advice on outlines

Originally posted on Object-Oriented Philosophy:
A student at Cambridge just wrote to ask that I explain again how I do outlines, which I have often said here are very important in making writing easier. OK, here are a few suggestions…

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On becoming-poor: we are so civilized

My response to a particular portion of The Invisible Committee’s The Coming Insurrection.

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South Lake Union marketing video

While preparing for my dissertation proposal defense I came across this marketing video that is now a central experience of visiting the South Lake Union Discovery Center. Here are a few cursory thoughts on how I’m going to approach this … Continue reading

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