NIETZSCHE AND IRIGARAY ON WHY LOVE SUCKS?

How many of us have been deceived by love? Why does love continue to fail us? Is there a remedy to its endless cycle of suffering? Why are we able to hate the ones we once loved the most? Why do we hurt them? All of these questions may have popped in our minds one… Poursuivre la lecture de NIETZSCHE AND IRIGARAY ON WHY LOVE SUCKS?

LA TUNISIE DE “شوفلي حل ” EST FINIE

Initialement publié sur MAD :
J’ai toujours vu en “شوفلي حل “ une clé de compréhension de notre société, plus précisément de ses maladies et névroses. L’objet peut aider à comprendre les insultes, le sexisme, l’homophobie et les raccourcis que subissent les manifestants du 06 février 2021 sur les réseaux sociaux par un nombre non négligeable…

THE DESTRUCTIVE FORCE OF THE METROPOLIS: AKIRA’S NEO-TOKYO (1988)

In his seminal work entitled The Production of Space, Henri Lefebvre maintains that the physical, the mental and the social spaces are intertwined entities which can never be isolated from each other. Space is determined by the ways in which it is used where the social production of urban space, precisely, is fundamental to the… Poursuivre la lecture de THE DESTRUCTIVE FORCE OF THE METROPOLIS: AKIRA’S NEO-TOKYO (1988)

Hayley Williams’ Petals for Armor: When Resilience Takes the Form of Vulnerability

Whether one is a fervent Paramore fan or not, the band’s lead singer Hayley Williams’ debut solo album Petals for Armor, released on May 8th, 2020, proves that it can be perceived as a wholistic and an independent oeuvre. The album strays away from the familiar musical patterns Paramore employs and gives Williams a chance… Poursuivre la lecture de Hayley Williams’ Petals for Armor: When Resilience Takes the Form of Vulnerability