Which is why you can't read Nietzsche without Marx and Marx is best read
Or you can't read Deleuze &Guattari without ploughing through Freud and
So we are now split between two extremes: ultraglobalism and ultralocalism.
Isn't Nick Land just the perfect example of the latter? In which a true
globalist must respond, what?
2018-03-02 16:03 GMT+01:00 Richard Barbrook <rich...@imaginaryfutures.net>:
> > Where is Nick Land now? What is he up to? Can he be brought back to
> > philosophy and critical theory?
> Nick Land is now a booster for the racist alt-right:
> We did warn you that Deleuze and Guattari were the class enemy!
> Dr. Richard Barbrook
> Dept of Politics and IR,
> University of Westminster
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> 'Clause 5: That as the laws ought to be equal, so
> they must be good, and not evidently destructive
> to the safety and well-being of the people.'
> The Levellers, The 1647 Agreement of the People
> for a Firm and Present Peace Upon Grounds of
> Common Right.
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