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Hauntology and Extinction: The Case of Some Weird Bugs

NPR posted a story a little while back about these giant insects that went extinct except for a few surviving members that lived under a bush on a giant rock outcropping in the ocean. It sounds like something out of … Continue reading

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Henricks on “the crucible of human experience”

Consistently, in Marxian thought society is seen as something of a workshop. That is, the world is less an object to behold or contemplate than an artifice that has been created and then inhabited. The setting–with its machines, sawdust, and … Continue reading

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On Rise of the Planet of the Apes

There are going to be spoilers abound in this post, so be warned. I’m not going to retread the film, so read a plot synopsis here  I think that Rise of the Planet of the Apes is the best movie I have … Continue reading

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