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Victor interviews Professor Carolyn Pedwell, editor of the Affect Theory Reader (two volumes) and Revolutionary Routines (https://amzn.to/44FykoA). Pedwell argues that minor gestures may be as significant as major happenings, revealing the potential ... more
Erik and Pills break down the myths of grooming, childhood, sexuality and the semiotic systems which produced them. The book is Roland Barthes, 195, Mythologies (https://amzn.to/47i5kpd) more
Diego Ruzzarin is back on the Plastic Pills Podcast to talk about mythologies of the Left and Right as analyzed by Roland Barthes in his 1957 book (https://amzn.to/47i5kpd). more
But Kant was never so naive. I’m guessing you guys know better, but recently you made it sound like Kant thought we could just „choose“ every thought that passed through our minds. Of course, Kant never said any such thing (has anyone?!?). And I’m sure y’all know that he wrote and lectured extensively on „practical anthropology.“ He was well aware of the passions; the goal is just not to be a slave to them. (If there is a „fact of reason“ it’s buried down deep beneath a confounded and passionate... more
Sending love from hot and sweaty New Orleans, the city that care forgot.
Great episode. It’s a proof that even though Zizek was factually wrong he was right in the spirit given that there is so much moral handwringing when discussing this. I applaud the courage it must’ve taken to even be seen as possibly being a little bit anti trans just by talking about the article. Even by writing this I almost feel guilty of being “anti trans”. Clearly this whole debate has gotten way out of hand that it can’t be contained. But the way the host gets so angry and tries to shut do... more
But these guys are too easily side tracked. Every episode someone wastes at least a few minutes talking about how they can’t speak German.
These boys talk a lot about left politics and philosophy, usually things like critical theory, posthumanism, Psychoanalysis, and Marxism, with a few good laughs per episode too- always nice to have!
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