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General resources on Hegel and Marx

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As promised, here are links to some general resources on Hegel and Marx: http://marxists.org/reference/archive/hegel/index.htm http://marxists.org/archive/marx/index.htm happy reading.

readings

This post was made to the blog for Fanaticism

Here's the link to Toscano's Fanaticism: On the Uses of an Idea:

http://aaaaarg.org/text/23938/fanaticism-uses-idea

 

 

Vampyroteuthis invernalis

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hello there, tomorrow will be a lecture of flusser's Vampyroteuthis invernalis! at 3pm The Center for Endless Progress Berthelsdorfer Str 10 Berlin, Germany best fiona

12th and 19th

This post was made to the blog for Globalizing Art

I had unfortunately forgotten I would be out of town this weekend when we were scheduling classes, so I am looking forward to hearing some notes on how to proceed and what the 19th will look like, and will still be happy to contribute and supply readings as we go on, esp. if we decide to present on somewhat differing topics that we'll try to bring together in the "end." Bis bald!

reading for march 12

This post was made to the blog for Globalizing Art
dear all, in our last meeting we talked about the term of extraterritoriality in order to discuss possibilities how to act outside the art system. i would be happy to continue this in the final discussion of the class! we should decide the reading within the next days to give everybody enough time to prepare the next meeting on saturday, march 12. we could for example read a text by pascal gielen, which is dealing with the art scene as highly functional social-organizational form. you find the text here: http://aaaaarg.org/text/6715/art-scene-ideal-production-unit-economic-exploitation or http://www.mediafire.com/?zyiomwjmwmj what do you think? looking forward fiona

Final Reading List: Reviewing Making-Visible

This post was made to the blog for Reviewing Making-Visible

Hello Everybody,

This the final reading list for the class. We will focus on two texts during the class:

1. On making-visible strategies in the sciences:
Hans-Jörg Rheinberger, "Making Visible. visualization in the sciences - and in exhibitions?" MPIWG preprint #399, pp. 9-22 (http://www.mpiwg-berlin.mpg.de/Preprints/P399.PDF)

2. Chapter 6 on 'Abstract Machines' from 'A Thousand Machines' by Gerald Raunig, pgs. 100 - 108, (http://theanxiousprop.org/Case4_Texts/Raunig_1kMachines_Ch6.pdf)

 

 

We leave these links as references that might be of interest (We will post a text by Husserl on the origin of geometry in the next day or so):

How it works?

This post was made to the blog for Globalizing Art

Hi Fiona et al,

Glad to see the class is scheduled...I guess I just don't know how these things work yet, so perhaps someone could explain? Is the class already starting on the 26th now, or is it just a meeting to talk about the planning of the future class? Is it just to share ideas, or is it more structured? I didn't see any details of what might happen on Saturday the 26th? Wasn't sure how something travels from proposed to scheduled and/or planned! Also wondering if anyone had any other reading ideas; the link in Fiona's post didn't work for me...

Ok, thanks in advance for the clarification! ;) 

Cheers
Brittany 

a perspective on the value of life

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A Life’s Value May Depend on the Agency, but It’s Rising

"The answer determines how much spending the government should require to prevent a single death."

http://nyti.ms/dOSiYf

readings

This post was made to the blog for The Egyptian Revolution and its Historical Context

The Tunisian Revolution: Initial Reflections by Mohammed Bamyeh

http://www.pdx.edu/sociologyofislam/tunisian-revolution-initial-reflections-mohammed-bamyeh

 

The Egyptian Revolution: First Impressions from the Field by Mohammed Bamyeh

http://www.jadaliyya.com/pages/index/561/the-egyptian-revolution_first-impressions-from-the-field

setting the mood

This post was made to the blog for Reviewing Making-Visible

Hello Everyone, we are working on getting the class date set, but we just wanted to provide a few first general, succinct points of reference to set the mood towards Reviewing Making-Visible:

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