What would it mean to love as a Communist? To love as a comrade?

---------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- This is a modified excerpt from a forthcoming publication of a roundtable discussion with Jules Joanne Gleeson, Andrew Culp, and myself. The full transcript can be found here. -------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- We must remember that only a code of sexual morality that is in harmony with the problems of the working class can serve as an … Continue reading What would it mean to love as a Communist? To love as a comrade?

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From a Philosophically Clean-Shaven Marx to a Philosophically Decolonized Deleuze

A desperately rough sketch of the third chapter of my dissertation If the face is in fact Christ, in other words, your average ordinary White Man, then the first deviances, the first divergence-types, are racial: yellow man, black man, men in the second or third category…They must be Christianized, in other words, facialized. European racism … Continue reading From a Philosophically Clean-Shaven Marx to a Philosophically Decolonized Deleuze

Call for Submissions, Hostis Issue 3: Fuck The Police

The Police = The Enemy We are persuaded by the Situationist belief that all good critiques can be boiled down to a slogan. Those for our issue? “All Cops Are Bastards.” “Fuck The Police.” “Off the Pigs.” “Fire to the Prisons.” The job of the police is to put everything and everyone in its proper … Continue reading Call for Submissions, Hostis Issue 3: Fuck The Police

‘June, 1972 & A chief who does not command:’ Clastres/Deleuze/Guattari

(part I of an on going research project on political anthropology, D&G, Clastres, etc.) “Primitive society has always been considered a place of absolute difference in relation to western society, a strange and unthinkable space of absence - absence of all that constitutes the observers’ socio-cultural universe: a world without hierarchy, people who obey no … Continue reading ‘June, 1972 & A chief who does not command:’ Clastres/Deleuze/Guattari