On the End of History & the Death of Desire (Notes on Time and Negativity in Bataille’s ‘Lettre á X.’)

    To continue from our conclusions regarding the question of what it would mean to love as a communist, we begin from the idea that abolition is what necessary binds communism as real movement to problems encountered in the life of desire, of the heart, of the family. And one key consequence of this … Continue reading On the End of History & the Death of Desire (Notes on Time and Negativity in Bataille’s ‘Lettre á X.’)

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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?

Bergsonian Science-Fiction: Deleuze, Eshun, and Thinking the Reality of Time

“To be more precise, science fiction is neither forward-looking nor utopian. Rather, in William Gibson’s phrase, science fiction is a means through which to preprogram the present [...] Science fiction operates through the power of falsification, the drive to rewrite reality, and the will to deny plausibility, while the scenario operates through the control and … Continue reading Bergsonian Science-Fiction: Deleuze, Eshun, and Thinking the Reality of Time