Byung-Chul Han argues that infocracy is the new form of rule characteristic of contemporary information capitalism.
Through psychoanalytic interrogation of online culture, sexuality, and politics, Rambatan and Johanssen explore such horizons at the limits of capitalism.
Again a powerful issue full of provocative images, mottos, manifestos. To survive this century of crisis, we have to come up with a new structure of feeling.
A systematic investigation of growth in nature and society, from tiny organisms to the trajectories of empires and civilizations.
Exploration of modern society and popular culture. Links ‘neoliberal’ ideology to narratives, characters and play in today’s interesting videogames.
The Politics of Debt brings together philosophers, political scientists, and economists reflecting on the political role played by debt.
Big Tech’s predictive algorithms are locking us into nostalgic feedback loops. The result is a precarious society with its gaze fixed on the good old days.
Taking art’s ability to contribute to a potential radical social transformation as its point of departure, Rasmussen analyses the relationship between the cur..(read more)
Again, 144 pages worth of committed, informed and thoughtful writing on a wide range of contemporary political and cultural debates. Founded twenty years ago by..(read more)
‘willing to ask the biggest questions, but always rooted in the here and now: it’s a vital link between the tradition of progressive thought in Britain and ..(read more)