Posts Tagged ‘ knowledge ’

In defence of reading widely – by Leigh Phillips

Aug 24th, 2015 | By

In the following essay Zero Books author Leigh Phillips argues for crossing ideological lines and reading widely. Leigh Phillips’ book Austerity Ecology & the Collapse-porn Addicts is due out on October 30th from Zero Books I made the mistake yesterday of sharing on Facebook an article from Spiked, the British contrarian online magazine written by

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Parsing the Master’s Design: A close reading of the structure of theory/praxis polarity, for and against discourse analysis

Jul 22nd, 2015 | By

(This paper was originally intended to be read by Frank Smecker for Zero Books’ panel, ‘Theory vs. Praxis, or What is Praxis?, at the 2015 Left Forum.) Less than a week ago, as I was anxiously brooding over what I’d be coming out here with, staring blankly at a motley patchwork of text—(what is sometimes less modestly

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