We may well need to transcend the capital analogy.
Consider embracing utopia at once as indeterminate speculation about a qualitatively better future and as a hypothesis, by assuming it to be possible.
If not minimized as an aberration, mob violence is often justified as the legitimate expression of popular will.
The less politics effects change, the more politics will affect mood.
What many defenders of liberal democracy fail to realize is that they are no longer defending either liberalism or democracy.
Confession being fraught as it is with danger for both speaker and listener, the ordinariness of admission is probably the only thing that sustains it.
Increasingly, we do not, as a rule, do art anymore, and certainly not in the way we once experienced it.
How does a nineteenth-century Hegel-reading philosopher like Karl Marx shape the thinking of today’s social-justice warriors?
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