“Edebiyat, insanın yaşamadıklarını da yazabilmesidir...” "Amaç edebiyat dünyasına nitelikli eserler kazandırmak. Bunu yaparken de edebiyatın kişisel tecrübeleri kaleme almaktan öte, insanın yaşamadıklarını da yazabilmesini mümkün kıldığını özellikle akılda tutmak lâzım...” Cengiz Erdem Kıbrıslı bir yazar ama onu başkalarından farklı kılan yanı, içinde yaşattığı felsefi dürtü ile kaleme aldığı kitapları… Sohbetimizde söylediği ‘herkesin önünde soyunmak... Continue Reading →
The mid-1970s saw the beginnings of the ebb the ‘red decade’ ushered in by the fourfold circumstances of national liberation struggles (in Vietnam and Palestine in particular), the worldwide student and youth movement (Germany, Japan, the USA, Mexico . . .), factory revolts (France and Italy) and the Cultural Revolution in China. It finds its subjective form in a resigned surrender, in a return to customs — including electoral customs – deference towards the capitalo-parliamentarian or ‘Western’ order, and the conviction that to want something better is to want something worse. It finds its intellectual form in what, in France, acquired the very strange name of ‘the new philosophy’. Despite the change of name, we have here, almost unchanged, all the arguments of the American anti-communism of the 1950s: socialist regimes are loathsome despotisms and bloody dictatorships. At the level of the state, this socialist ‘totalitarianism’ must be contrasted with…
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"Humanity seems to be stuck in the perpetual now that is our networked world. More countries are witnessing people taking to the streets in search of answers. Revolution of the Present, the film, features interviews with thought leaders designed to give meaning to our present and precarious condition. This historic journey allows us to re-think... Continue Reading →
CLICK THE LINK BELOW TO VIEW THE DOCUMENTS Secret of the Ages UFOs Inside the Earth – Brinsley le Poer Trench The Inner Earth Realm of Agartha Standish, David – Hollow Earth Marshall B. Gardner – A Journey to the Earth’s Interior (1920) Hollow Earth Theory 1 CLICK THE LINK BELOW TO VIEW THE DOCUMENTS... Continue Reading →
Taksim Commune: Gezi Park And The Uprising In Turkey from brandon jourdan on Vimeo. Related articles Taksim Commune: Gezi Park and the Turkish Uprising (roarmag.org) This is how you end the fasting on the first day of Ramadan (translatingtaksim.wordpress.com) Re: At least nine detained in Turkey over Gezi protests (wikileaks-forum.com) How to travel during an... Continue Reading →
“The heart of the people of Europe beats in Greece” with Slavoj Žižek
Slavoj Žižek, one of the most prominent contemporary thinkers, Alexis Tsipras, president of the parliamentary group of SYRIZA/EKM and Kostas Douzinas, professor of Philosophy of Law at the of Birkbeck University of London, will talk about the overthrow of the neo-liberal policies which generate the crisis, exacerbate the recession and impose austerity, leading to a catastrophic humanitarian crisis.
An energy and conviction that Slavoi Zizek verbalizes and makes him an adequate ambassador for Greece in their fight in Europe. As they said, »Solidarity is our weapon«. They said that the solidarity of their weapons, which was also Zizek warned in a speech that Europe must show its solidarity with the Greeks, or it too will fail, as it should be a core value of solidarity in Europe.
"Slavoj Zizek was one of the speakers at the The empowerment of the Right, the dissolution of the Left event. The public sector is facing severe economy measures. The budgets for culture, education and health care are being cut. The measures are implemented by the political right. The political left, in this period of turmoil,... Continue Reading →
From New York Public Library God Without the Sacred: The Book of Job, the First Critique of Ideology (opens link to video) Download: Video (205.2MB MP4, 1 hr 46 min) Audio (48.5MB MP3, 1 hr 15 min) … Read More via Prōlogus
Click here to watch On Modern Servitude via Archive Fire “All truth passes through three stages. First, it is ridiculed. Second, it is violently opposed. Third, it is accepted as being self-evident." - Schopenhauer On Modern Servitude is a book and independent documentary film 52 minutes in length; the book (and the DVD contained... Continue Reading →
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The police murder of Andreas Grigoropoulos Greek teen died from bullet ricochet: court sources, ATHENS (AFP) Initial results from the post-mortem on a Greek teenager whose killing by police sparked five days of rioting show Alexis Grigoropoulos died from a bullet ricochet, court sources said Wednesday. According to forensic doctors and independent experts hired by... Continue Reading →