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Coronavirus – the end of globalization?

The Coronavirus is bringing radical changes to humanity. It has already brought severe consequences to the global economy. Stock markets around the world are...

The C** Word: Covid-19 and Calculation

Calculation is omnipresent in the current pandemic. And yet, Continental philosophers never talk about calculation: it seems to be the c** of philosophy. Why...

Power, Appearance, and Obscenity: Five Reflections

ONE: The New Obscene Master The obscene public space that is emerging today changes the way the opposition between appearance and rumor works. It is...

How Scientism Spawns Pseudoscience and Science Denialism

Scientism – the belief that science is the only valid source of knowledge and that all legitimate questions can be answered by science –...

How coronavirus to turn balances upside down in post-pandemic art 

The COVID-19 pandemic has shaken the art world and market globally. Do you have any idea what the post-pandemic art world will look like? The...

The Alchemy of Identities

In 1996, a day after India’s fantastic win over Pakistan in the Cricket World Cup Quarterfinal, I was sitting in the offices of a leading English daily in Patna, the capital of the northern Indian state of Bihar.

Old Books Unlimited

Nilkhet's Islamia Book Market's history is almost as old as 68-year-old Abdur Rashid Miah's love affair with recycled books. And like Nilkhet, it happened by chance.

Dead tyrants, foiled dreams and failed states: How Arab literature captures the spirit of the times

Powerful novels provide a spectacle of our weaknesses, failures, foiled dreams, slain tyrants and frustrated reformers


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