Social anarchism needs to take culture (and subculture) seriously.
As an intellectual movement, the record of postmodernism has been ... ambivalent. If you're unsure of what postmodernism is, and don't know what to make of it, don't worry, neither do most postmodernists. One philosopher, Jean-Francois Lyotard, once summed it up as "incredulity towards meta-narratives". In other words, a lack of faith in big ideas;... Continue Reading →
From the perspective of the early 21st century, things look pretty grim. A deadly cocktail of crises engulf the people of planet Earth and all other forms of biotic life which share it: a geopolitical crisis, an economic crisis, and a worsening ecological crisis due to global warming, which stems from a political-economic system that... Continue Reading →
First of all, after the colossal disappointment that was Batman v Superman, Civil War is a welcome antidote to the residue of “stank” left over from Zack Snyder’s too-dark and meandering neocon mess of a superhero film. This movie proves to be just as good as the last Captain America movie, The Winter Soldier, and... Continue Reading →
When Ronald Regan saw the famous TV movie The Day After, which is about people surviving nuclear war on the United States, it was said to have had such a profound impact on him that it lessened somewhat his macho posturing about military action towards the Soviet Union. It's rare that movies can be... Continue Reading →