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The Philosophical Dingleberries of Slavoj Žižek

dingleberry |ˈdiNGəlˌberē| noun (pl. dingleberries) vulgar slang 1 a small shit-ball attached to the anal hair of an animal or man. 2 informal a foolish or inept person: That clueless dingleberry Slavoj Žižek manifest his narcissism in the mirror of Lacan ORIGIN: German ding from Hegel’s ‘Ding-an-sich’ or ‘a thing as such’ + berry. Der […]

International Women’s Day Retrospective

A Fucked Up Fable When the Spaniards first recorded their interactions with the indigenous peoples of the Americas, they were amazed at the respect accorded to the women. Since, the criminality of a certain fable that holds women responsible for all of this world’s ills, due to the primal woman’s subversive collusion with a snake, […]

Nihilism and International Politics – Of False Flags and Staged Attacks

By Amir Azarvan –Assistant Professor of Political Science, Georgia Gwinnett College – aazarvan@ggc.edu    From the sinking of the RMS Lusitania to the apparently staged chemical attack in Douma, humanity has witnessed a plethora of false – or, at minimum, highly dubious – pretexts for war.  Although I do not at all wish to imply that […]

WATCH IT HERE: The Debate – Bernard-Henri Lévy vs. Aleksandr Dugin

The long-awaited video of the debate between BHL and Dugin has just been released. – J. Flores   (Below – Dr. Dugin’s commentary from September 22nd, the day after the debate) By Alexandr Dugin – The debates with B.H.Levy in Amsterdam. I ve discovered that BHL is so ignorant that he even doesn t know what […]

DUGIN: The Debate – BH Levy proves Liberalism has ‘Zero Game’

Editor’s note: So this actually happened – yesterday, Russian Philosopher, Dr. Alexander Dugin debated Bernard-Henry Levy, in what many have branded the ‘debate of the century’. Next to the debate between Zizek and Peterson, this debate will go down in history as a critical turning point in the development of the broad public’s engagement with […]

Hegel in light of the Fourth Political Theory & Laocracy – A Brief Outline

By Luiz Campos – Member of NR-Brazil in MG, teaches History and Philosophy The philosophy of the German Georg Wilhelm Friedrich Hegel has interesting tools to offer to dissenting thinking. Concepts such as dialectic, praxis and Volkgeist, if adapted to our struggle, become instruments of analysis and action. Incidentally, such adaptation is fundamental, which also involves the […]

FUSARO: The Capitalist Destruction of the Family

By Diego Fusaro,  Italian Marxist philosopher “Capital behaves in front of each limit as [if it was] a barrier”: as such is read, in a lapidary way, in the Grundrisse of Karl Marx1. By these reason, the dialectic logic of the development of capital, in the last fifty years, has been that of a progressive […]

DUGIN: The Deconstruction of Democracy

For Platonists, according to Dugin, democracy is a false doctrine; it is built on a world that doesn’t exist and a society that cannot exist. The following is an excerpt from Chapter 2 of Political Platonism: The Philosophy of Politics, by Alexander Dugin. The Concept of “Democracy” Is Not Neutral and Not Self-Evident Democracy today cannot […]

Pink-washed Imperialism: Queering the World for Capital

By Jonathan McCormack – There are—the teary-eyed politicians tell us—primitive peoples still darkly groping about in this current year without the blessings of our own enlightened, Western sexual values. President Trump has, therefore, pledged to civilize these backward lands, waging war against the criminalization of homosexuality. His announcement came soon after a report of the […]