Posts Tagged ‘ Critical Theory ’

Zero Squared #179: Fully Automated Revolution?

Nov 29th, 2018 | By

This week’s podcasts features a conversation with Benjamin Reynolds, whose book The Coming Revolution was published last June by Zero Books. We discuss Fully Automated Luxury Gay Communism, value theory, labor vouchers, and socialism as a political project. If you’re a fan of this podcast you should consider becoming a patron of the cast through

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Zero Squared #176: Bolsonaro and the Limits of Anti-Corruption

Nov 8th, 2018 | By

Michael Brooks is the host of the Michael Brooks Show, the co-host of the Majority Report, and now an author for Zero Books. In this episode, we discuss the election of Jair Bolsonaro in Brazil and the rising right-wing populism around the world. If you like this week’s podcast you should support us on Patreon.

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Zero Squared #60: Marx/Adorno at the PNCA

Mar 17th, 2016 | By

Last week Douglas Lain gave presentation at the Pacific Northwest College of Arts. After a discussion of Zero Books, Doug gave a presentation on the Critique of the Gotha Program and Theodor Adorno. Also included in this presentation was Brendan Cooney’s video on Abstract Labor and a 70s advertisement for the Polaroid SX-70. Special thanks

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Zero Squared: A New Year’s Special

Jan 2nd, 2016 | By

This special January 2nd, 2016 episode of Zero Squared explores why Critical Theorists deploy the word “problematic” and what they are REALLY saying when they talk about your fave. Clips in this episode/collage include KMO from the C-Realm, John Berger, The Wireless Philosopher on the Problem of Perception, Michel Foucault Beyond Good and Evil (1993),

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Zero Squared #50: Enjoyment (It’s a Trap!)

Dec 30th, 2015 | By

Alfie Bown is editor of Everyday Analysis, a blog and book series with Zer0 Books. He’s an assistant professor in Hong Kong and he writes on critical theory and comedy. His first stand-alone book with Zero Books Enjoying It: Candy Crush and Capitalism was published on December 11th this year, and the back of the

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