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Jonathan Bowden’s Sade

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Jonathan Bowden
Sade
Charleston, W.V.: Nine-Banded Books, 2013

Sade was first published in 1992 by Egotist Press. It is a long essay (about 30,000 words, by my estimation) published as a short book (120-odd pages of text in 5 x 7.5 inch format). Bowden’s early works are as rare as hen’s teeth, so I eagerly awaited this reprint by Nine-Banded Books, Read more …

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Greg Johnson Interviews F. Roger Devlin on Alexandre Kojève & the End of History

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Deleuze, Guattari, & the New Right, Part 4:
Becoming-Revolutionary

Carlo Carra, "Interventionist Demonstration," 1914

Carlo Carra, “Interventionist Demonstration,” 1914

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“The question is not, ‘Is it true?’ but, ‘Does it work?’ What new thoughts does it make possible to think? What new emotions does it make possible to feel? What new sensations and perceptions does it open in the body?” – Brian Massumi[1] 

A Commentary on Deleuze, Guattari, and the New Right

“Deleuze, Guattari, and the New Right” was written for four reasons, equally ontological and epistemological. Read more …

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Deleuze, Guattari, & the New Right, Part 3:
Capitalism & Schizophrenia

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“There are things which do not disturb thought and those which force us to think. The first are objects of recognition: thought and all its faculties may be fully employed therein, thought may busy itself thereby, but such employment and such activity have nothing to do with thinking. Read more …

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Deleuze, Guattari, & the New Right, Part 2

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“With Platonism, philosophy becomes a police operation.” Miguel de Beistegui[1]

The Affect of Truth

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Deleuze, Guattari, & the New Right, Part 1

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Left: Gilles Deleuze, 1925–1995; right: Félix Guattari, 1930–1992

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“A creator is someone who creates their own impossibilities, and thereby creates possibilities.” – Gilles Deleuze[1]

It Begins with Nietzsche 

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Postmodernism, Hedonism, & Death

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Hieronymus Bosch, “The Garden of Earthly Delights,” right panel, detail

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“Postmodernism” is one of those academically fashionable weasel words like “paradigm” that have now seeped into middlebrow and even lowbrow discourse. Those of us who have fundamental and principled critiques of modernity quickly learned that postmodernism is not nearly postmodern enough. Read more …

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Giacinto Scelsi:
A Soundtrack for Radical Traditionalism

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“Rome is the boundary between East and West. South of Rome, the East starts, and north of Rome, the West starts. This border-line now, runs exactly over the Forum Romanum. There’s my house, this explains my life and my music.” — Giacinto Scelsi

The music of Giacinto Scelsi is still relatively obscure, which is in keeping with the reclusive and esoteric character of the composer himself. Read more …

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Why Dark Shadows Sucks

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I was a very small child when the Dark Shadows serial was first airing on ABC at 4:00pm Monday through Friday. Some of my most vivid early memories are associated with it. Dark Shadows was originally conceived as a Gothic romance. Premiering on June 27, 1966, it centered on Victoria Winters, a young woman who takes the job of governess to the young scion of the wealthy Collins family, who reside in the spooky Collinwood mansion in spooky Collinsport, Maine. Read more …

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Podcast no. 14
Interview with Charles Krafft, Part 1

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