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By: The Posts Author | Posted on: 13 Oct 23

New Discourses Bullets, Ep. 68 One of Marxists’ favorite words to project onto their enemies is “mystification.” Everyone, they insist, who isn’t on board with their twisted program is “mystified” about the true nature of reality, which they have, of course, discovered and delineated in unique clarity (in their own estimation, anyway). As we know, the Iron Law of Woke Projection never misses. The fact is that Marxist ideologies mystify their targets. That is, they mug people of their ability to apprehend and discern reality through tricky arguments that work a lot like an illusionist’s trick or a wizard’s spell.

New Discourses Bullets, Ep. 68 One of Marxists’ favorite words to project onto their enemies is “mystification.” Everyone, they insist, who isn’t on board with their twisted program is “mystified” about the true nature of reality, which they have, of course, discovered and delineated in unique clarity (in their own estimation, anyway). As we know, the Iron Law of Woke


By: The Posts Author | Posted on: 13 Sep 23

New Discourses Bullets, Ep. 64 Capitalism is a Marxist creation. It sounds crazy to say that, but Marxists don’t mean competitive market economies or even free-market economies when they say “capitalism.” They mean an overarching ideology of limitless capital accumulation as the fundamental organizing principle of society, which most people who promote “capitalism” wouldn’t recognize as what they mean by the term at all. In this episode of New Discourses Bullets, host James Lindsay shows you in their own words what Marxists mean by the word “capitalism,” which is a revealing and ridiculous strawman of market economics. Join him to learn all about

New Discourses Bullets, Ep. 64 Capitalism is a Marxist creation. It sounds crazy to say that, but Marxists don’t mean competitive market economies or even free-market economies when they say “capitalism.” They mean an overarching ideology of limitless capital accumulation as the fundamental organizing principle of society, which most people who promote “capitalism” wouldn’t recognize as what they mean by the term at


By: The Posts Author | Posted on: 6 Jun 23

Mary Harrington, Feminism Against Progress (Forum, 2023). A review. “Anybody who knows anything of history knows that great social changes are impossible without the feminine ferment. Social progress can be… View Post The post A Feminist Against Modernity appeared first on Areo.

Mary Harrington, Feminism Against Progress (Forum, 2023). A review. “Anybody who knows anything of history knows that great social changes are impossible without the feminine ferment. Social progress can be… View Post The post A Feminist Against Modernity appeared first on Areo.


By: The Posts Author | Posted on: 14 Oct 20

Cultures of Excess and the Dark Side of Technology Blade Runner, 2049 Hypermodernism: “Nihilism in its aesthetic form (skeuomorphism) masquerading as postmodernism.” — Urban Dictionary Introduction Metamodernism is dead; hypermodernity usurped it. The exponential growth of capitalism and technology is taking credit for what’s good in the world while eroding the human spirit and the literal ground of being; from the soil beneath our feet to the toil between our tweets. This is the violent thrust of hypermodernism — unethical technological and social relations bringing the martian landscape to us at the speed of blight. The ongoing political crisis has been over-determined by unbridled greed,

Cultures of Excess and the Dark Side of Technology Blade Runner, 2049 Hypermodernism: “Nihilism in its aesthetic form (skeuomorphism) masquerading as postmodernism.” — Urban Dictionary Introduction Metamodernism is dead; hypermodernity usurped it. The exponential growth of capitalism and technology is taking credit for what’s good in the world while eroding the human spirit and the literal ground of being; from the soil beneath


By: The Posts Author | Posted on: 14 Oct 20

Cultures of Excess and the Dark Side of TechnologyBlade Runner, 2049Hypermodernism: “Nihilism in its aesthetic form (skeuomorphism) masquerading as postmodernism.” — Urban DictionaryIntroductionMetamodernism is dead; hypermodernity usurped it. The exponential growth of capitalism and technology is taking credit for what’s good in the world while eroding the human spirit and the literal ground of being; from the soil beneath our feet to the toil between our tweets. This is the violent thrust of hypermodernism — unethical technological and social relations bringing the martian landscape to us at the speed of blight. The ongoing political crisis has been over-determined by unbridled greed, ego, and incompetence on

Cultures of Excess and the Dark Side of TechnologyBlade Runner, 2049Hypermodernism: “Nihilism in its aesthetic form (skeuomorphism) masquerading as postmodernism.” — Urban DictionaryIntroductionMetamodernism is dead; hypermodernity usurped it. The exponential growth of capitalism and technology is taking credit for what’s good in the world while eroding the human spirit and the literal ground of being; from the soil beneath our feet to the


By: The Posts Author | Posted on: 18 Apr 20

Why you’re so confused by moneyContinue reading on Project 2020z »

Why you’re so confused by moneyContinue reading on Project 2020z »


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