KIDS <3 ADS
Fucker - 07 April 2013
Much like how run-of-the-mill nerds have fled the unsanitary physical world into the internet, My Little Pony, WoW and animé, so too are the academic hopefuls today hella eager to devote themselves to zizekian hodgepodge of social commentary based on irreverent anecdotes, film theory and lacan, and generally anything pomo and deconstructionist in favor of trying to consider solutions to localized, individual situations involving real human beings.
ilmdge - 28 January 2013
With Lent almost upon us and the day of the Lord's resurrection only slightly further ahead, I think it's a fitting time to discuss liberation theology.
If You Support Peace, US Soldiers Are Enemy Combatants
Goethestein - 24 January 2013
Imagine the kind of person who signs up to kill people.
Hot Threads *sizzle*
RE: can i die by Makeshift_Swahili (Rep 19) - RE: how are you handling adulthood? by Meursault (Rep 18) - don't believe the hype by Ironicwarcriminal (Rep 17) - RE: paging the british guy in chicago who's a lawyer or whatever by Superabound (Rep 15) - fbi interrogates, kills concept of causality by deadken (Rep 14) - RE: Why Do Men Keep Putting Me in the Girlfriend-Zone? by peepaw (Rep 13)
A Partisan View of History
getfiscal - 02 January 2013
Marxism is centered on the idea that classes can be abolished through the liberation of the proletariat.
Two Captives: The Self-Defense Case for Socialism
tpaine - 02 January 2013
The unavailability of common goods presents a barrier less visible yet no less effective at killing than the walls of the kidnapper's basement.
Knowing your audience? Django Unchained
discipline - 26 December 2012
Quentin Tarantino finally made a version of Inglorious Basterds for me.
The Library of Congress, and the primitivist tract I found there
ilmdge - 05 December 2012
i was suddenly feeling guilty for being back there and reading it, like it was some kind of forbidden knowledge, and i ducked behind the stack before i started reading.