March 13, 2014

fluidstaccato:

 

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January 21, 2014

zablorg:

nintendofunclub:

I tried my hand at doing some readings of my ‘favorite posts’ on madhominem.tumblr.com. I hope you enjoy, and are enlightened.

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January 21, 2014

theorcas:

"I’ve been part of a revolution and two change of Presidents in Central and South America… I’ve seen some things that are hard to believe… But this was the worst thing I’ve ever done… is hunt that whale." - John Crowe, Diver and former orca hunter.

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January 20, 2014

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January 19, 2014
"Nor is there an epistemological problem: we’re not worried about a return to Freud, or to Marx. If they tell us we’ve misunderstood Freud, we’ll say: “Ooh well, we have too much else to do.” It’s interesting how epistemology has always been a cover for an imposition of power, an organization of power, a kind of ideological technocracy at the university level. In our view, writing or thought has no specificity whatsoever."

— Gilles Deleuze, Deleuze And Guattari Fight Back (via mightymarxistpowerranger)

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January 19, 2014
"The state is not a universal nor in itself an autonomous source of power. The state is nothing else but the effect, the profile, the mobile shape of a perpetual statification or statifications, in the sense of incessant transactions which modify, or move, or drastically change, or insidiously shift sources of finance, modes of investment, decision-making centers, forms and types of control, relationships between local powers, the central authority, and so on. In short, the state has no heart, as we well know, but not just in the sense that it has no feelings, either good or bad, but it has no heart in the sense that it has no interior. The state is nothing else but the mobile effect of a regime of multiple governmentalities."

— Michel Foucault, The Birth of Biopolitics, 31 January 1979, p.77 (via darkvvaste)

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January 18, 2014
"Dawn McCance … reports the recent “refutation” by several analytic philosophers of all continental philosophy, but especially of Heidegger and Derrida, on the animal question. Both Heidegger and Derrida, say the analytical philosophers, remain ‘subjectivist’ and ‘anthropocentric.’ The analytical philosophers avoid these pitfalls, they declare, by meands of the ‘clarity’ of their ‘explicit argumentation.’ As such. One has to hope the analytical philosophers never go on the endangered species list: the loss in entertainment value worldwide would be crushing."

— David Farrell Krell

January 17, 2014

remash:

rowing high performace centre ~ alvaro andrade

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January 14, 2014
"Times are bad. Children no longer obey their parents and everyone is writing a book."

— Cicero, circa 43 BC (via amandaonwriting)

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January 14, 2014
memeguy-com:

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memeguy-com:

I didnt know body wash could be so sexy and condescending

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