Tag: michel foucault
Hayek, Epistemology, and Hegemonic Rationality
Introduction Friedrich Hayek is quite the contested figure in left-libertarian circles. Praised as a genius of libertarian philosophy on the one hand and as a white knight for capitalist hierarchy on the other, his ideas, like those of most theorists, are nuanced and require further investigation. Philosophy does not necessitate historicism – Sidestep the Marxists!…
Mutual Exchange Radio: Akiva Malamet on Nationalism and Identity Formation
Akiva Malamet is completing his BA in Government at the  Interdisciplinary Center Herzliya (IDC) in Israel. He is an incoming MA student in Philosophy and a member of the interdisciplinary program in Political and Legal Thought (PLT) at Queen’s University, Kingston, and Frédéric Bastiat Fellow in political economy and public policy with the Mercatus Center…
Virus e Teoria Critica: Convivere nella Pandemia
Di Austin Reddy. Originale pubblicato il 28 marzo 2020 con il titolo Coronavirus & Critical Theory; or, How to Come Together in a Pandemic. Traduzione di Enrico Sanna. Nel bene o nel male, il coronavirus ha unito il mondo. La gente è spaventata, preoccupata, molti non si fidano più degli spazi sociali che prima apparivano…
Coronavirus & Critical Theory; or, How to Come Together in a Pandemic
For better or worse, the coronavirus has brought the world together. People are scared and worried and many no longer feel confident navigating social spaces they previously took for granted. Questions regarding the hygiene of the Other are now at the forefront of everyone’s mind. Governments and other public institutions are advocating for “social distancing”…
Anarchy and Democracy
Fighting Fascism
Markets Not Capitalism
The Anatomy of Escape
Organization Theory