Monthly Archives: June 2015

What Amazon Taught the Cops by Ingrid Burrington

Originally posted on Deterritorial Investigations :
Predictive policing is just another form of supply-chain efficiency. (Illustration by Tim Robinson) “The future of policing, it seems, will look a lot like the present of policing, just faster and with more math. Instead…

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Macherey: Lire Foucault and Other Recent Presentations

Pierre Macherey has posted four recent presentations on Foucault (from the “Foucault au collège de France : une aventure intellectuelle et éditoriale” conference), Althusser, and Hegel/Spinoza on his blog (thanks to Jason Read for posting this on Facebook).

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Urban counter-hegemonies for transforming Madrid (full translation)

Back in April I posted a translation of the first half of this excellent blog post by Álvaro Sevilla-Buitrago. I finally had time to complete the (rough) translation. Urban counter-hegemonies for transforming Madrid Álvaro Sevilla-Buitrago (March 8, 2015) My translation … Continue reading

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Recording: Dark Deleuze UW Talk

Originally posted on Anarchist Without Content:
Below is my Dark Deleuze talk, which I gave today to the University of Washington Built Environment Reading Group. Thanks to them for being such great hosts. Q&A begins at 40:54. https://soundcloud.com/dark-deleuze/dark-deleuze-talk/

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Ornette Coleman, “Free”

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Four chapters down –> anxious reflections

With four dissertation chapter drafts essentially done, I’m trying to step back and see what it is that I have done. “Is it worth a shit?,” I keep wondering. If the printer in my office had any ink left in … Continue reading

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Hume on Reason and Taste

“Thus the distinct boundaries and offices of reason and taste are easily ascertained. The former conveys the knowledge of truth and falsehood: The latter gives the sentiment of beauty and deformity, vice and virtue. The one discovers objects, as they … Continue reading

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