I used to live in the woods, and drank directly from a stream. I hunted deer, fished for salmon, gathered herbs, Roots and mushrooms for food and medicine. Life was beautiful. There…
Interview By John Wisniewski, first run on AM/FM Magazine. John Wisniewski: Could you tell us about working on an upcoming book, “Masks”, James? James Curcio: The tentative title is Masks: Bowie and…
From Modern Mythology: From his days as a cyber-gothic acolyte of Leftist thinker Gilles Deleuze to his reinvention as an Austro-libertarian Sithlord heralding a Right-wing “Neoreaction” (NRx), the controversial English philosopher Nick…
Neuroscience has enabled us to explain how the brain affects the body. Yet there is no theory to explain how the matter of the brain creates thought and experience.
We may find no better presentation of the crisis of the hollowness of appearance than Baudrillard’s Simulacra and Simulation — the surface has subsumed the possibility of an essence.
e think that science is powerful because it is true. Yet oddly, the unknown is always with us and with every generation comes a new paradigm
In the age of celebrity role models, epic Twitter rants and reality TV presidential candidates, money talks and the cult of the individual reigns supreme. But does the idealized image of the…
Our world is one of seemingly disparate forces. Contrasting frequencies give birth to our experience; allowing us to indulge in BOTH pleasure & pain, ignorance & knowledge, light and shadow.
Sitting in an empty Flappers’ Comedy Club in Burbank, we discuss the early days of YouTube in which Troy saw some success playing Jesus
Human civilization has always been a virtual reality. At the onset of culture, which was propagated through the proto-media of cave painting, the talking drum, music, fetish art making, oral tradition and…
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Lately, I’ve recalled a conversation a friend of mine had with me several years ago, back in Texas. He wondered why I even bothered studying Marxism
Slavoj Žižek is one of the most interesting, influential Marxist philosophers living today. If you’ve never heard of him, here’s a video of him explaining why The Sound of Music is racist….
With thousands of advertisements seen by Americans everyday, and a corporate media that reinforces the needs of Empire, propaganda in the U.S. is more pervasive and effective than ever before.
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Rolling up on a dark, quiet, residential 463 Eureka, I witness what looks like the soft glow of a taxi top-light, slowly coming into focus… It is a taxi top-light. And it’s attached to another taxi. One that’s waiting right in front of my order.