Fisted by Foucault

Niccolo Soldo
You'll never think of Foucault the same way again
Created 21 Apr 2020
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  • Saturday Commentary and Review #59
    16 Oct 2021 • 20 min read • 41 18
    Share Subscribe now When asked about the 1968 student protests in Paris by Henry Kissinger in the early 70s, Chinese Communist and Statesman Zhou Enlai replied “it’s too early to tell”. This assessmen...
  • Saturday Commentary and Review #58
    08 Oct 2021 • 18 min read • 59 26
    Share Subscribe now The French establishment is worried that it has a Trump on its hands going into next April’s Presidential election. With Marine Le Pen seemingly having a proper ceiling of just aro...
  • Gabriele D'Annunzio: Romantic
    08 Oct 2021 • < 1 min read • 3 8
    Previous Entry - Seducer Having de-provincialized himself, Gabriele set out to conquer high society (which he did), and then the literary world (once again successful). The middle portion of this biog...
  • Open Thread #2 - Who are your favourite writers and thinkers alive today?
    06 Oct 2021 • < 1 min read • 22 120
    I want to canvass the community here (and get some people sharing who have yet to share) on who their favourite writers and/or thinkers alive today are. It doesn’t have to be limited to politics, and ...
  • The Khyber Pass Interview: Murtaza Hussain - MAZBOL Theory
    04 Oct 2021 • 18 min read • 43 13
    Murtaza (or “Maz”, as he annoyingly insists that everyone refer to him) Hussain was handed the keys to his extended family’s Ford Aerostar Minivan when he was 16 years old and hasn’t looked back since...
  • Saturday Commentary and Review #57
    02 Oct 2021 • 18 min read • 67 27
    2021 German Bundestag Election Results Subscribe now Share Hagiographies are already being written about Angela Merkel, a politician whose reputation is rather undeserved. Her style of rule was to not...
  • Saturday Commentary and Review #56
    25 Sep 2021 • < 1 min read • 52 22
    Subscribe now Share One of the ‘privileges’ of having lived in both North America and Europe is having the ability to compare and contrast political systems and cultures, allowing one the ability to d...
  • Gabriele D'Annunzio: Seducer
    22 Sep 2021 • < 1 min read • 6 6
    Previous Entry - Ecce Homo “One must make one’s own life as one makes a work of art.” In Nietzsche he found his echo: “One should fashion an unequivocal work of art out of one’s own life.” It is this ...
  • The Gatwick Airport Interview: Mary Harrington - Horse-Girl on TERF Island
    21 Sep 2021 • 25 min read • 48 15
    Historically, my encounters with English women tend to all go the same way: they are very drunk and loud, belligerent, but still make themselves easily available. It’s usually after around 10 minutes ...
  • Saturday Commentary and Review #55
    19 Sep 2021 • < 1 min read • 28 30
    Subscribe now The Roman Catholic Church, and in particular The Vatican, has been described as moving glacially, but forcefully, when it finally gets around to doing so. The USA can these days also be ...
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