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'An aphorism, properly stamped and molded, has not been "deciphered" when it has simply been read; rather one has then to begin its interpretation, for which is required an art of interpretation.' -- Nietzsche, 'On the Genealogy of Morals'

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  • seeing machines
  • Craig Tuffin + wet plate photography
  • Richard Stringer: Queensland architecture
  • Claudia Terstappen: bush fire landscapes
  • John Davies: the shock of the old
  • The Sundance Film Festival Portraits
  • Claude Cahun: surrealism
  • Francesca Woodman: self, femininity and photography
  • picturing the cosmos
  • acquisition's in the tech industry: iPhoneography
  • ravaged landscapes
  • aerial views of the Australian landscape
  • Wall Street in the 1970s: Charles Gatewood
  • Florence Henri's mirrors
  • William Christenberry: photography + memory
  • Bryan Schutmaat's American West: people
  • Travels along the River
  • Geoff Schirmer, photography + the Victorian landscape
  • a change in the culture of health care
  • Australia's seaside towns
  • a dying land
  • “re-purposed” landscapes
  • a bleak landscape
  • a digital world
  • the architecture of war
  • fire
  • large format photography: Janelle Lynch
  • the turn to caffenol
  • Jeff Rich: Watershed
  • Joni Sternbach: Promise Land
  • Alex Boyd: The Stack of Coire Faoin
  • moral panics in Adelaide
  • Teen sexting + rape
  • on “being online”
  • the “conservation” of philosophy
  • John Austin: flora images
  • Michael Light: photographing the American West
  • the post industrial
  • on "the game of politics"
  • rethinking photography’s impact on our culture
  • Captain Sweet: architectural photography
  • Heartland: Kate Breakey
  • Ed Drew: Tin Types in Afghanistan
  • Murray Fredericks: early work
  • Jan Kempenaers: ruined monuments
  • the wet plate collodion photographic process
  • Mary McIntyre: the Veil series
  • Nicholas Nixon: urban views
  • desiring real pictures
  • Ian Macdonald NZ photographer
  • Gerhard Richter: Cathedral Square, Milan
  • Judith Crispin: familiarity and un-familiarity
  • Jean-Michel Basquiat: Riding with Death
  • Photography and the American Civil War
  • Neil Pardington: The Vault
  • wet-plate collodion process in photography
  • life on the urban fringe
  • an emergent “artistic” approach to architectural imaging
  • Edward Weston: coastal studies
  • Leunig: autumn
  • Paul Kenny: Lonbain Wall
  • Joyce Evans: landscape
  • the creative class
  • Alessandro Imbriaco: temporary autonomous zones
  • The Denison Debates
  • Chris Cherry's photos of China's migrant workers
  • Fiona Pardington: still life
  • the erosion of the culture of critical thinking
  • D. Darian Smith: architecture
  • the internet wars
  • Rolling Stones: Stripped
  • public-access space v public space
  • Frank Gohlke: Gwinn Estate
  • happy holidays
  • Hubble: Stellar spire in the Eagle Nebula
  • Urban Landscapes: Andrew Lucas
  • Grateful Dead: Bill Graham Tribute concert
  • Kate Breakey: studio photography
  • the Stones' great lost country album
  • Australia's refugee policy
  • Mars: Valles Marineris canyon
  • Jeffrey Smart: The Holiday Resort
  • Jeffrey Smart: Wallaroo
  • Thomas Birke: Tokyo
  • Grateful Dead: Denmark 17.4.1972
  • Jeffrey Smart: Approach to the City
  • Beach Boys: Summer's Gone
  • Captain Beefheart--a love song
  • Grateful Dead: Visions of Johanna
  • Andrew Chapman: The Shearers project.
  • the negative space of the internet
  • Mars: Curiosity
  • Curiosity: Mars
  • Australian photography: Richard Daintree
  • NASA: Curiosity on Mars
  • the anti-aesthetic stance
  • Adam Cullen
  • London Olympics: Brandalism
  • Jon Rafman + Google Street View
  • Avedon's portraits
  • painting + photography as two modes of representation
  • Australia's coastal towns
  • David Stephenson: Sydney at night
  • rethinking suburban urbanism
  • putting a face to a name
  • The Beach Boys: That's Why God Made The Radio
  • Stephen Spurling 111: King River
  • West Mt Lyell mine: now + then
  • Edward Burtynsky
  • South Australian photography: Paul Foelsche
  • re-reading Martha Rosler on docmentary photography
  • Captain Sweet: architectural photography
  • Levon Helm: In memoriam
  • Watkins Glen, NY, 1973: Summer Jam
  • Eugène Atget: Le Pont Marie
  • Adelaide Festival: Pat Brassington
  • Facebook, Instagram, Pinterest
  • on the edge of The Tarkine
  • Tasmanian Photography: Stephen Spurling 111
  • Raymond Arnold: the dead still live with us
  • Jon Cattapan
  • Charles Bayliss
  • digital humanities
  • The Unthanks
  • Scientist meets Publisher
  • Weather Report: Birdland
  • Naomi Oreskes: Answering Climate Change Skeptics
  • Nussbaum on tragedy
  • Madonna: remaking American culture?
  • Grateful Dead: Radio City Music Hall 10/31/1980
  • Paul Outerbridge Jr
  • climate change denialism: do nothing
  • 'War on the Internet' event: - Suelette Dreyfus
  • Captain Beefheart at Cannes
  • design inspiration
  • Grateful Dead: Closing of Winterland
  • cracking down on online copyright infringement
  • Colin McCahon
  • South Australian colonial photographers: Townsend Duryea
  • Australian colonial photography
  • David Bowie: Station to Station
  • Greateful Dead: View from the Vault, Volume One
  • Albion Band: Battle Of The Somme
  • Grateful Dead: View from the vault vol. 2
  • Art Sinsabaugh
  • identity and place
  • on postmodernism
  • T J Clark: Do Landscapes have Identities
  • Willie Nelson and Bob Dylan: Pancho and Lefty
  • shifting from our spectatorial position in a world of images
  • UNSENSORED11
  • Grateful Dead: So Many Roads
  • Grateful Dead: Scarlet Begonias into Fire on the Mountain
  • The White Ribbon
  • Mark Strizic: Australian photographer
  • energy + market externalities
  • 'clearing out the old to make way for the new'
  • the dominance of an art form
  • a digital public space
  • online at home
  • having a social network presence
  • William de Kooning
  • turning to the iPad
  • suburbia
  • the Murdoch empire
  • museum photography
  • Lee Friedlander's trees
  • anti-graffiti
  • an anti-Apple tirade
  • F. Jameson on finance capital
  • Wolfgang Sievers + landscape photography
  • Fred Williams: seascapes
  • Ballarat International Foto Biennale 2011: Cynthia Karalla
  • Ballarat International Foto Biennale 2011
  • Thomas Struth: vacant urban streets
  • Simon Norfolk, Afghanistan, John Burke
  • e-flux
  • the era of Google controlling all content is over?
  • Bernd & Hilla Becher
  • Rebecca MacKinnon: Let's take back the Internet!
  • Cy Twombly
  • Frank Hurley's Australia
  • Gillian Welch: spare and subtle
  • Richard Misrach: On the Beach
  • going digital
  • a human disaster
  • musical nostalgia
  • distinguishing between photographs and images
  • Mitch Epstein: American Power
  • advertising in the city
  • travel, photography, tourism
  • photography + the concept of a medium
  • photography + time
  • the indexicality of photography
  • photographic seeing
  • Mac malware
  • a visual world of commodities
  • Japan: after the earthquake
  • the aftermath-culture of Australia
  • Grateful Dead: Scarlet Begonias '77
  • questioning the creative industry discourse
  • food security
  • The Pilbara Project
  • Eugene Atget
  • New York Times Style Magazine on Tumblr
  • Daniel Gustav Cramer: Woodland
  • autumn
  • surveillance photography
  • The Smiths
  • the internet as a black hole of memory?
  • Alex Frayne: Modern Love
  • Apple and the Charlie Factory
  • Mike Davis: Ecology of Fear
  • the in-between position of photographs
  • the neo-liberal university
  • This Icy World
  • yet more social media naying saying
  • modernist architecture, space, photography
  • Eliot Porter + wilderness aesthetic
  • Radiohead - Lotus Flower
  • Grateful Dead: Winterland 1977
  • ruins
  • the West's Orientalism
  • Frank van der Salm: Metropolis
  • 'liquid modernity'
  • backlash against social media
  • Grateful Dead: Mississippi Half Step
  • Grizzling about Facebook
  • The Faces
  • Ezra Stoller: Architectural photographer
  • Antarctica: icebergs
  • Deleuze: the fold
  • Art and Letters Daily
  • Adorno + modern art
  • from cinema to moving image
  • Britpop: Blur
  • Xmas
  • Captain Beefheart: RIP
  • Susan Sontag: photography+ interpretation
  • litspam
  • critical commentary on WikiLeaks
  • The sublime today
  • Prospect Journal + photographer's intellectual property
  • Tom Waits meets Captain Beefheart
  • Rethinking the Contemporary art School
  • integrated urban design
  • Walter Benjamin + the autonomy art
  • dogs are not silent
  • Eric de Maré: the Functional Tradition of achitecture
  • Leonard Cohen: Live in Adelaide
  • Gene Clark: No Other
  • Robert Plant: 'Band of Joy'
  • the future of the fourth estate
  • damaged landscapes
  • Michael Wolf: architecture of density
  • Nadav Kander: Yangtze River project
  • the collapse of the humanities
  • Quarantine
  • representing the US economic crisis
  • Australia’s art history + Aboriginal art.
  • Australia as a hydraulic society?
  • aesthetics: a note
  • Eugene Atget: a photography of resistance?
  • Twitter
  • signs proliferating; referents retreating
  • the urban sublime
  • Radiohead: "From The Basement" set
  • The Situationist International
  • the moral economy of waste
  • Charles Bayliss + the Australian landscape
  • Edward Burtynsky: early landscape studies
  • more on "apps"
  • Brian Wilson Reimagines Gershwin
  • beyond the web?
  • BitTorrent trackers
  • politics + the body
  • Victor Burgin: "Hôtel D"
  • picture + image
  • Nick Cave: critical evaluations
  • representing industrial ruins
  • Will Steacy: Down These Mean Streets
  • Naomi Oreskes on 'Merchants of Doubt'
  • Alex Brun on a mash-up culture
  • 'All reification is a forgetting’
  • Clay Shirkey: on publishing
  • photographers + blogging
  • Geoffrey Gurrumul Yunupingu
  • the old aesthetics
  • Grateful Dead: Birdsong
  • DIY publishing
  • Old and in the Way
  • Blue Moon of Kentucky: Bill Monroe + Elvis
  • Jane Fulton Alt: prescribed burning
  • the internet + reading
  • publishing: innovation
  • Grateful Dead: Dark Star (Sunshine Daydream version)
  • Clay Shirky: Here Comes Everybody
  • Small Faces - Ogdens' Nut Gone Flake
  • Wingless Angels: Oh what a Joy
  • images of war
  • Barthes + photography
  • pictures + text
  • Flotilla Choir presents: We Con the World
  • the Bauhaus
  • Deepwater Horizon: photograph of oil spill
  • Sally Man: Proud Flesh
  • e-books
  • tumbling
  • mimesis: a note
  • Frank Gohlke: photography and place
  • photography + realism
  • Olaf Otto Becker: Broken Line landscapes from Greenland
  • gentrification + urban life
  • W. Eugene Smith: The Jazz Loft Project
  • Grateful Dead: Dark Star Live Dead version
  • Victoria Square: cars remain
  • the return of aesthetics?
  • photographs as art
  • e-publishing
  • the circulation of images
  • e-books
  • virtual worlds
  • "portfolio careers"
  • Grateful Dead: Dark Star
  • trash
  • Fredric Jameson: late capitalism + postmodernism
  • writing, blogging, photography
  • waste
  • postmodernism: modernism's waste product?
  • Brian Wilson + Van Dyke Parks - Orange Crate Art
  • Visual technologies
  • philosophy + art
  • Stefan Canham: Bauwagen
  • dream worlds + post modernity
  • art + nature
  • laughter
  • Mars: gullies + crater
  • improvisation
  • John Tagg on documentary photography
  • art history + social history of art
  • Grateful Dead: Halloween show at Radio City 10-31-80
  • cloud computing
  • Lessig on the war on piracy
  • California Saga: California
  • Andrew Ross: photographs
  • Barbara C Mensch + Brooklyn Bridge
  • Apple's iPad
  • a Kodak culture
  • Clement Greenberg's aesthetics
  • art and the commodity market
  • Bowie: Diamond Dogs
  • the conjunction of aesthetics and political economy
  • photographic criticism #2
  • A Hard Rain's gonna fall
  • photographic criticism
  • Unreasonable Films: The Photographer
  • images as natural or analogical signs?
  • Ry Cooder: Maria Elena
  • Xmas Day: cream rose
  • John Goto: West End Blues + photography
  • Ry Cooder: Jesus on the Mainline
  • photography + Abu Ghraib
  • from originality to repetition
  • photography: critical voices
  • debating climate change
  • postmodernism + rationality
  • Rolling Stones: Winter
  • October: Rereading Debord, Rereading Situationists
  • ClimateGate
  • the image
  • Radiohead - Scotch Mist
  • Stockhausen's Helicopter String Quartet
  • Walter Benjamin:
  • user generated content + prosumer
  • white nationalism
  • Jay Rosen on social media
  • Merleau Ponty: bodily nature of perception
  • art, photography, Flickr
  • Australia Council + contemporary culture
  • in memoriam
  • nostalgia
  • automobile heaven
  • Benjamin's relevance
  • a critical architecture?
  • Freud in America
  • fractured online identities
  • fundamentalism explored
  • digital media: it's the social use
  • the e-book
  • the tricks of philosophy?
  • a Flickr aesthetic
  • Apple: iPhone
  • Art and Mass Culture
  • creative class + urban growth
  • The Band: great disappointment, but...
  • the online academic journal
  • Cabinets of curiosities
  • Minnie Pwerle: Bush Melon
  • learning to use media technology
  • Genevieve Maynard and The Tallboys
  • Encyclopedia of Life
  • perfectibility + pluralism
  • W. J.T. Mitchell on Visual Studies
  • Tony Fry: sustainment, design
  • Lessig on Google's Book Search Settlement
  • Radiohead's new single
  • urban futurity
  • ocularcentric culture
  • critical theory + the camera
  • time, photography, Flickr
  • Arthur C. Danto on The Transfiguration of the Commonplace
  • the ghostly presence of art criticism
  • shifting to electronic publishing
  • Pamphlet Architecture
  • branding Melbourne
  • intertexuality
  • conserving heritage places
  • Bill Jay: on fine art photography
  • hegemonic imagination
  • Grateful Dead: Franklins Tower
  • forms of textuality and writing
  • Brian Eno and Will Wright
  • primacy of everyday life
  • Cory Doctorow on DRM
  • Theory's Empire?
  • consumer city
  • Lauren E. Simonutti
  • Aral Sea
  • Gene Clarke
  • It is barbaric to write poetry after Auschwitz
  • the pictorial turn: a critical discourse
  • ordinary life
  • photography: a note on analytic aesthetics
  • scopic regimes
  • photographic discourses
  • Deleuze + Guattari on art
  • art criticism
  • photography and remembrance
  • Joni Mitchell: Shine
  • Lyotard + the sublime
  • about Theory: a note
  • post colonial
  • Edward Burtynsky: manufactured landscapes
  • The Who: from Rock and Roll Circus
  • Fluxus, chance, modernism
  • City futures
  • Benjamin: modes of perception
  • turning to Walter Benjamin
  • on Benjamin's Arcades Project
  • the pictorial turn: George L Dillion on
  • history of photography
  • philosophy and photography
  • Grateful Dead: Ruben and Cherise
  • Urban planning in South Australia
  • Second Nature
  • visual imagery
  • about memory
  • WA Sutton
  • The Who
  • Nietzsche and art
  • Francis Bacon
  • Harvey on urbanization
  • Pyschogeography
  • Merleau-Ponty and the lived body
  • Google and unfreedom
  • Bernice Abbott
  • The new eco-city
  • representation + sublime
  • from grid to network
  • Heidegger, technology
  • Mondrian, space, painting
  • Mitchell on the nature of an image
  • wireless and urban life
  • W.J.T. Mitchell: Picture Theory #2
  • W.J.T. Mitchell: Picture Theory
  • comics and superheroes
  • Zoriah.net
  • abstraction + arts education
  • art institutions, curating, the canon
  • Malpas on Heidegger and place
  • modernism + the ut pictura poesis tradition
  • the car as freedom
  • Climate change is a threat
  • Creative and Cultural Industries
  • Merry Xmas
  • creative industries
  • addressing climate change
  • Leunig
  • e-literature
  • modes of visuality
  • urbanity
  • a note on Romanticism
  • connectivity
  • Deleuze, vitalism, ecology
  • whither photography
  • perception as convention
  • Aesthetics of Decay
  • Urban Re/inventors
  • new maps for old
  • surrealism revisited
  • public spaces in a digital world
  • public spaces
  • junkspace
  • Benjamin today
  • Artifice and simulation
  • Benjamin, dreaming
  • Australian romanticism revisited
  • Henry Jenkins on Web 2.0
  • photography + modernism
  • history as a collection of images
  • Bill Henson, teenage sexuality and representation
  • Emily Kame Kngwarreye
  • the baroque as an aesthetics
  • Adorno's turn to aesthetics
  • Lessig's The Future of Ideas
  • Joel Sternfeld: American Prospect
  • produsage
  • Damien Hirst
  • Bernard Smith on modernism
  • Cunningham on the humanities + Innovation
  • a neo-liberal university
  • Publius Project
  • surrealism In Australia
  • placeblogging
  • death
  • after modernism
  • danse macabre
  • return of the sublime
  • the photographic gaze
  • a national festival of photography
  • Hegel on freedom: a note
  • Alison Bennett: To Occupy
  • analytic philosophy
  • Visible City Project
  • Flusser on interpreting images
  • anti-modernism?
  • Hegel: natural beauty
  • Adorno, shudder and the aura of art
  • Adorno, identity thinking, particularity
  • Jane Austen + the virtues
  • note on the sublime
  • tumblelogging
  • history as petrifed nature
  • content and form
  • access
  • Sadie Plant on Situationist International
  • Dialectic of Enlightenment revisited
  • digital divide
  • Queenie McKenzie
  • nonidentity
  • open access humanities' journals + medicine
  • technology: from industrial to digital
  • analytic philosophy + Hegel
  • the pastoral
  • Creative Australia in a digital world
  • Harvey on memory and desire
  • the suffering humanities
  • Sally Potter's Orlando
  • creative industries
  • user-led content creation,
  • Gerhard Richter
  • Lyotard's sublime
  • moving towards cultural studies
  • Lyotard + the sublime
  • Philip Batty on Art Across Cultures
  • Stephen Muecke, Aboriginal Australia
  • a transcultural view of art
  • Bourdieu + aesthetics
  • Mark Davies, Australian Leavism, critique
  • from work to play?
  • Universities: ivory tower+business
  • renewing an Australian literary culture?
  • no time or place to think
  • Eco-critique
  • Mark Davies: Australian literary theory after liberalism
  • a changing literary landscape
  • Rauschenberg and the Neo-Avant-Garde
  • from literacy wars to digital literacy
  • Rowan Williams on post Enlightenment
  • not like the others
  • living in a visual world
  • cultural studies and nature
  • modernist architecture + its discontents
  • the digitalized humanities
  • the horizons of academic blogging
  • Space and Culture
  • universities, innovation, public sphere
  • Australia day
  • academia, blogging, public sphere
  • wired pastoral
  • early academic career blogging
  • a digital world means....
  • the demotic turn
  • critical aesthetic distance
  • Facebook: the downside
  • postcolonial thinking is...?
  • Wim Wenders
  • Urban Informatics
  • cybercities
  • Urban Informatics on Facebook
  • an unwirelessed world
  • Rancière on the politics of aesthetics
  • FiberCulture
  • new media, Deleuze, virtual
  • ontology of photography
  • Wakartu Cory Surprise
  • Nihil Unbound: Enlightenment and Extinction
  • Xmas Day
  • Minnie Pwerle: Awelye Atnwengerrp series
  • Sellar's manifest image
  • An Xmas card
  • self -transformation
  • dialectics of enlightenment and romanticism
  • artificial intelligence + everyday life
  • The Atrocity Exhibition
  • transgression
  • Returning to Franz Kline
  • Spinoza + Stoics
  • from porn culture to AI
  • Abstract Expressionism as action painting
  • Lefebvre, everyday life
  • another kind of critique
  • Rauschenberg: visual compositional structure
  • Reith lectures 2001: Living longer
  • Robert Rauschenberg
  • Bacon, bodies, fragmentation
  • Franz Kline
  • secularity: a note
  • Charles Taylor's A Secular Age
  • Heidegger’s critique of modernity’s technological worldview
  • Rancière: politics+aesthetics
  • reconnecting to Charles Taylor
  • surveillance and modernity
  • reinterpreting the neo-avant garde
  • left Nietzscheanism
  • small screens
  • Reinterpreting the avant garde
  • Federation Square+ postmodernism
  • hope is memory mobilized around desire.
  • psychoanalysis + the image
  • Horkheimer and Adorno
  • philosophical legacies
  • Deleuze: criticism of
  • Deleuze
  • Nietzsche and friendship
  • situated bodies
  • One nation conservatism
  • Federation Square: a cosmopolitan site
  • Baroque asethetics
  • creative nonfictional writing
  • from clocks to networks
  • wireless future
  • a digital mode of life
  • grounded theory
  • a note on Theory
  • a social interpretation of the sublime
  • postmodern aesthetics
  • Lyotard, sublime,
  • belonging to country
  • Enlightenment: faith and reason
  • Walter Benjamin's Arcades Project and Contemporary Cultural Debate
  • mimesis
  • reading the country
  • being a nomad
  • Enlightement and its shadows
  • Reading the country
  • Aboriginal Australia : a primitive counter-point to European modernity?
  • Adelaide Festival of Ideas: agitators
  • Adelaide Festival of Ideas: Border Crossings
  • Adelaide Festival of Ideas: traumascapes
  • inadequate imagery
  • brushing history against the grain
  • on the road
  • the sublime in postmodernity
  • Ancient and Modern #2
  • in Canberra
  • Ancient and modern
  • the uncanny
  • Deleuze, politics, life
  • corporate medicine
  • about a visual culture
  • W. T. J. Mitchell on pictures
  • about pictures--W. J.T. Mitchell
  • forgetting
  • non-places + places
  • personal narratives
  • art +criticism
  • romanticism
  • machine culture
  • biopolitics
  • medicine: flawed thinking
  • Oh, the humanities
  • a note on modern subjectivity
  • a modernist art gallery
  • Ereignis+ becoming
  • Foucault, space
  • shrinking back angst
  • a note on place
  • Bataille revisited
  • humanities+university
  • mimesis + avant garde
  • Andrew Benjamin: philosophical traditions
  • the decay of a literary culture
  • a note on television
  • Levinas: Heidegger and Ontology
  • Levinas: categories of experience
  • ground zero philosophy
  • Adorno: autonomous art
  • Heidegger: place, presence
  • Heidegger + place
  • Heidegger, Mindfulness, war
  • Heidegger's Mindfulness
  • image as capital
  • re-considering postmodernism
  • television as image management
  • Strauss + Levinas
  • revaluing the humanites #2
  • early analytic ethics
  • philosophical aesthetics: a critique
  • Romanticism: distortions
  • revaluing the humanities
  • Putnam: undermining fact /value
  • death of a culture
  • J.S. Mill + aesthetic education
  • Levinas, Heidegger, dwelling
  • sex crimes + perversion
  • ethics: a note
  • gnawing loneliness
  • ethics in a fragmentary world of flows
  • Deleuze: coding flows
  • Deleuze + flows
  • Judith Butler + ethics
  • Deleuze & multiplicities
  • Derrida, hauntology + a politics of memory
  • Derrida: Learning to Live
  • Apocalyptic themes
  • Apocalypse + cinema
  • Ereignis + continuity in Heidegger?
  • Deleuze on Kant
  • Nietzsche: will to power
  • Focuault:space and history
  • Nietzsche: free spirits
  • Delueze: events + history of philosophy
  • the colours of Saturn
  • late capitalism as the end of history
  • desire + repression
  • Deleuze: transcendental empiricism
  • Deleuze: actualization of the virtual
  • Foucault: care for self
  • art +instrumental reason
  • Levinas: aesthetics+ ethics
  • Levinas+aesthetics
  • personal interlude
  • Adorno: Art and irrationality
  • Language, Sexuality and Subversion
  • Deleuze's ontology: an account
  • Deleuze: reality as process
  • virtuality and development
  • Adorno: 'Mimesis and Rationality'
  • Adorno: totalizing and fragmenting reason
  • Adorno: art & mimesis
  • Adorno+ethics
  • Adorno: art + philosophy
  • Levinas' critique of light & vision
  • philosophy, vision and light
  • theory blogging: what's the fuss?
  • Adorno and Critique
  • intellectual blogging #2
  • internal relations
  • Adorno, critique, nihilism
  • Adorno:"deconstruction" of the subject-object relation,
  • Hegel, immanent critique,
  • Deleuze, Bergson, and the Virtual
  • multiplicities
  • about difference
  • intellectual blogging
  • Deleuze and ethics
  • unconscious, apocalypse, critique
  • an ethics of self-overcoming
  • Introduction to McKenzie Wark's Gamer Theory
  • McKenzie Wark's 'Gamer Theory'
  • Adorno & subjectivity
  • religion in a liberal society
  • Merleau Ponty+Bergson
  • Deleuze & desire
  • philosophy and shopping
  • reflecting on blogging
  • After poststructuralism: returning to Merleau Ponty
  • blogging and nihilism
  • Philosophy, critique, everyday morality
  • Kirby, Merleau Ponty
  • beyond semiological reductionism
  • 'body-as-inscription'
  • re-reading Darwin with Grosz
  • techno optimism
  • phenomenology as a historical relic?
  • nature as the other of culture
  • evolutionary biology & reductionism
  • postructuralism + evolution
  • Heideggger: The End of Philosophy and the Task of Thinking #2
  • a progress grown desperate
  • a personal interlude
  • Elizabeth Grosz, Darwin, ontology
  • Heidegger: The End of Philosophy and the Task of Thinking
  • Heidegger, bodily existence
  • Deleuze & the baroque
  • being a fleshy subject in a spam ecosystem?
  • Delanda on Deleuze's ontology
  • Nietzsche: philosophy as self-mastery
  • from body parts to cyborgs
  • Nietzsche: Human, All Too Human
  • goodbye Oz Lit?
  • False dilemma of modernity?
  • cynical reason
  • biophilosophy renews vitalism?
  • not quite human
  • a note on biophilosophy
  • considering biophilosophy
  • Elizabeth Grosz + counter-history of philosophy
  • the conservative attack of postmodernism
  • technoscience
  • De Kooning
  • redesigning humans
  • a postmodern cyborg
  • nature, cyborgs & networks
  • a divine nature
  • posthuman as cyborg
  • nature & civilization
  • posthuman
  • becoming
  • here today gone tomorrow?
  • a blind reason
  • crisscrossing Marx and Heidegger
  • Heidegger's encounter with Marx
  • traces
  • heidegger & marx?
  • interlude
  • identity politics
  • difference
  • Heidegger: rethinking technology and metaphysics
  • dumping Adorno
  • Levinas & Heidegger #2
  • Levinas & Heidegger
  • Heidegger+ Marcuse
  • Heidegger and romanticism
  • Luke Slattery on critical literacies
  • aesthetics as ideology?
  • Wassily Kandinksy
  • notes on philosophical romanticism
  • reading the landscape
  • Heidegger and care
  • desert lakes
  • art + philosophy
  • understanding philosophy
  • Dominique Janicaud + humanism
  • when technology rules
  • the reception of Levinas
  • beyond romanticism to Puritjarra
  • Heidegger, eco-poetics, deserts (Puritjarra)
  • Heidegger & Puritjarra
  • Heidegger, dwelling, releasement
  • desert places
  • Zizek on the death of psychoanalysis
  • psychoanalysis, happiness,subjectivity
  • happiness, wellbeing, flourishing
  • Zizek reviewed #2
  • Heidegger's ethical current
  • ethics in Heidegger
  • a comment on Levinas
  • Levinas: Entre Nous
  • 9/11: Remembrance
  • Zizek on postmodernity
  • notes on the sublime
  • Detritus
  • Zizek reviewed
  • anti-humanisms
  • better than well
  • shift in therapeutic cloning debate
  • Nietzsche & postmodern nihilism
  • about analytic philosophy
  • creating life
  • biotechnology and human perfection
  • ethics of biotechnological experimentation
  • beyond wellness
  • human cloning
  • Nietzsche: nature as will to power
  • Nietzsche, moral crisis, nature
  • mourning
  • another comment on war
  • reading philosophy differently
  • interpreting Blanchot
  • a comment on war
  • Nietzsche, therapy, eudaimonia
  • Nietzsche's ascetic practices
  • on holidays
  • Foucault and truth telling #2
  • Foucault + truth telling
  • Deleuze & Hegel
  • psychoanalysis & Holocaust
  • living with the Holocaust
  • Merleau-Ponty: bodies +flesh
  • Merleau -Ponty+bodies
  • resistance, body, poststructuralism
  • Merleau-Ponty: from lived body to "intercorporeity"
  • Merleau Ponty: embodiment #2
  • Foucault, resistance,
  • living with animals
  • Deleuze+ virtual
  • Heidegger, ethics, care
  • Heidegger & ethics
  • being untimely
  • Romantic Ideology
  • Kant's theory of genius
  • Kant's aesthetics
  • aesthetic judgement
  • Deleuze, evolution , individuation
  • Deleuze & cognitive science
  • biophilosophy
  • denial
  • biophilosophy
  • Foucault, history, freedom
  • Foucault and Heidegger
  • Levinas: a phenomenology of everyday life
  • a history of difference #2
  • Levinas, Heiddeger, vision
  • a history of difference?
  • the intertwining of flesh?
  • nomadic ethics
  • Levinas, kinesis, the other
  • postructuralist ethics
  • Levinas: the other and the same
  • Levinas: ethics is an optics
  • Heidegger: praxis and poiesis?
  • Levinas: Why the other?
  • Levinas: Preface to Totality & Infinity
  • Levinas, phenomenology of the other, language
  • Levinas: phenomenology of the other
  • Bergson, Darwinism, Deleuze
  • generosity as an ethical virtue
  • Levinas: the phenomenology of the other
  • Deleuze & Bergson
  • Germinal Life: re-reading Deleuze
  • Heidegger reception
  • Deleuze: affirmation
  • vitalism again
  • Nietzche, vitalism, will to power, Deleuze
  • Levinas, the face, ethics
  • Levinas: two orders of being
  • Levinas: different readings
  • Levinas, ethics, other
  • More Slavoj Zizek
  • a Zizek joke?
  • Being passive to oneself
  • Agamben: an ethics of witnessing
  • Agamben: shame as desubjectification
  • Levinas, il y a, bare being
  • philosophy & literary criticism
  • Levinas, 'On Escape'
  • Gayatri Spivak: value
  • Levinas, need, shame
  • medicine and philosophy
  • shame stigma, Levinas
  • shame, ethics, Nussbaum
  • The structure of Hegel's Logic
  • Hegel: unity and difference
  • contradictions
  • Agamben, shame, Abu Ghraib
  • Agamben: shame
  • Deleuze: process as actualisation
  • Agamben: Auschwitz as new ethical territory
  • Agamben: ethics & Auschwitz
  • Agamben: Remnants of Auschwitz
  • Foucault+Heidegger
  • Heidegger: the world as picture
  • a primordial sense of being
  • Deleuze: difference & unity
  • time out
  • Derrida on Bataille
  • reworking 'experience'
  • considering 'experience'
  • difference and contradiction
  • interpreting Deleuze
  • about Nietzsche's legacy
  • interpreting Adorno
  • Deleuze:a non-essentialist vitalism?
  • mapping the way we understand life
  • vitalism junked
  • doing away with ethics?
  • Anti-Oedipus as a work of ethics?
  • the divided unity of modenity
  • Adorno, tacit knowing, virtues
  • Uncritical reception of 'French Theory'
  • Revisiting 'French Theory'
  • Deleuze's interpretation of Nietzsche
  • torn desires
  • Nietzsche:science as a reactive force
  • Deleuze, utilitarianism
  • Adorno ethics and virtue
  • Adorno, the good, ethics of resistance
  • problem's with Adorno's ethics
  • Adorno and the ethical
  • Delueze:undermining being as substance
  • questioning science
  • Deleuze and the body
  • Deleuze, the body, forces
  • situating Nietzsche's biology
  • Heidegger, Nietzsche, biology
  • a laughter moment
  • A question
  • Deleuze: understanding difference-in-itself
  • Deleuze on difference
  • Agamben: man-animal, animal-man
  • reworking Bergson
  • philosophy as "destruktion"
  • two Agambens?
  • academic trash
  • about sexuality
  • back from holidays
  • questioning Bergson
  • Bergson, evolution, critique
  • Bergson, vitalism, Deleuze
  • Deleuze on vitalism
  • Heidegger: world disclosure#2
  • Heidegger: world disclosure
  • mechanism & vitalism
  • Blanchot:--Writing the Disaster
  • art as disclosure
  • living with Heidegger and dread
  • vitalism, healthcare, medicine
  • Heidegger's 'Plato's Sophist'
  • vitalism in medicine
  • man/machine and medicine
  • vitalism
  • interpreting the enlightenment
  • Derrida's influence on philosophy
  • a Dionysian affirmation of the world
  • an old theme revisited
  • eternal recurrence
  • unreason, madness
  • desire as productive
  • becoming human
  • machines of overcoding
  • Globalization
  • practical knowing
  • lay knowledge, illness, medicine
  • Two cultures
  • Deleuze---the flux of existence
  • Deleuze & empiricism
  • Gilles Deleuze on desire
  • a joke?
  • Auschwitz as disaster
  • disaster
  • writing the disaster
  • pills for shopping
  • tacit knowing
  • embodied knowledge
  • the new academia
  • philosophy weblog
  • painful existence
  • Hegel: philosophy & historical ethical life
  • Blanchot and writing
  • antidepressants,
  • The Worried Well#2
  • the worried well
  • depression, mental illness, psychiatry
  • my my
  • Deleuze, Kant, critique
  • about emotions
  • Deleuze, Nietzsche, dialectic
  • Deleuze: the rhizome
  • the decay of psychoanalysis
  • Deleuze & psyschoanalysis
  • Deleuze on critique & Kant
  • the university is finished
  • day to day university life
  • some questions
  • couldn't resist
  • analytic philosophy after Auschwitz
  • Deleuze & desire
  • Gilles Deleuze contra psychoanalysis #2
  • Gilles Deleuze contra psychoanalysis
  • politics of desire
  • Deleuze+psychoanalysis
  • reason's death?
  • popularising philosophy #2
  • interpreting Merleau Ponty
  • critical reflections
  • popularising philosophy
  • embodied knowledge
  • Heidegger & bodies
  • Heidegger, environmentalism
  • end of metaphysics?
  • bodies, sex, ecstasy
  • politics and ethical modernity
  • I'm back on deck
  • On a book on Deleuze and Guattari
  • Deleuze/Nietzsche #2
  • The big easy
  • Kandinsky
  • criticizing Hegel
  • instrumental reason
  • Adorno: the end of ethical life
  • Nietzche's reversal of Platonism
  • double bind
  • Whitehead, event ontology, relations
  • a disenchanted world
  • poststructuralism contra Hegel
  • Deleuze, Nietzsche,
  • ours is a destitute time
  • Adorno: the decay of moral convention
  • Adorno: taking the pulse of ethical life
  • Bergson, Deleuze and becoming
  • Adorno: a virtue ethicist?
  • exploring Deleuze
  • Bergson & Deleuze
  • Bergson+ Nietzsche
  • Deleuze, Hegel, development
  • an ethical puzzle
  • Adorno: havens of ethical life
  • Bergson: philosophy contra science
  • ethical life: dollar+bible
  • an enchanting world
  • living a damaged ethical life
  • Gadamer on experience #2
  • Bataille & Adorno
  • Bataille: reason and its other?
  • Hegel, Phenomenology, Lordship & Bondage
  • Gadamer on experience
  • Blanchot and writing
  • ethical modernity
  • Philosophical Discourse of Modernity #2
  • Levinas, ethics, Hegel
  • Hegel: Intro to The Phenomenology of Spirit #2
  • Philosophical Discourse of Modernity
  • history and emptied experience
  • reworking Hegel
  • Hegel: Intro to Phenomenology of Spirit
  • Adorno: Dalectic of Enlightenment
  • Adorno + negative dialectics
  • Deleuze and Hegel
  • Thus Spake Nietzsche
  • Deleuze: Nietzsche, philosophy, materialism
  • Hegel: ethical life and recognition
  • Adorno contra Hegel
  • Hegel: ethical life
  • Adorno & Hegel
  • Adorno: experience
  • Adorno: back to Kant?
  • Animal/human#3
  • animal/human#2
  • animal/human
  • depression
  • sophistry and rhetoric
  • Badiou: philosophy and sophistry
  • Badiou on love
  • against the sophists
  • Derrida, Heidegger, Spirit #5
  • Levinas: ethics without ontology
  • Badiou: the return to philosophy
  • Levinas, ethics, home
  • Adorno: ethics & Auschwitz
  • Adorno contra Hegel's ethics
  • Levinas & Heidegger
  • escaping Hegel
  • Adorno, Nietzsche, ethics+domination
  • Levinas+ethics
  • Levinas: ethics as first philosophy
  • Encountering Levinas
  • historical amnesia
  • Nietzsche for the money men
  • Nietzsche for finance capitalists
  • Adorno: ethics as resistance
  • Adorno: identity thinking
  • Adorno & moral philosophy
  • Adorno+ethics
  • Adorno & Heidegger
  • checking in as best as I can
  • Adorno+Hegel
  • Magritte: Philosophy in the Boudoir
  • limits of philosophy
  • continental philosophy: reacting against science
  • between the analytic continental divide
  • 'Analytic-Continental' Divide#2
  • 'Analytic-Continental' Divide
  • A French Nietzsche?
  • a cross-dressed Nietzsche
  • Bio-medicine: bodies as machines
  • technology, medicine, health
  • philosophical education and the marketplace
  • from system to the preconceptual
  • a therapy culture?
  • Adorno & psychoanalysis
  • the haunting spectre of machine metaphysics
  • philosophy of technology
  • Heidegger, Nietzsche, modern metaphysics
  • Heidegger & Descartes
  • Klossowski: Nietzsche's flaws
  • trauma & language
  • Blanchot: a quote
  • Nietzsche, nature
  • Heidegger, machines, metaphysics
  • About Heidegger's reading of Nietzsche
  • Heidegger:dominion over the earth
  • Heidegger, modern metaphysics, subjectivity
  • Blanchot: literary criticism
  • Klossowski, Nietzsche, value #2
  • Blanchot: Nietzsche, fragments, writing #2
  • Heidegger: Nietzsche's 'good man'
  • philosophy and the discourse of the nation
  • Heidegger, Technology, television
  • Heidegger's ontological politics
  • viewpoints as points of entry
  • Heidegger, Nietzsche, history
  • Klossowski, Nietzsche, value
  • Another perspective on nihilism
  • Heidegger, Nihilism, Nietzsche
  • interpreting Nietzsche's eternal return
  • Nietzsche, nihilism, eternal return: an interpretation
  • nihilism as history and metaphysics
  • Blanchot & the narrative turn
  • gobbledegook wearing the mask of commonsense
  • political desire
  • Nihilism:Values and will to power
  • Nihilism: valuelessness
  • Heidegger: nihilism, values, categories
  • Blanchot: writing disaster
  • Blanchot: essay on
  • returning to Heidegger on nihilism
  • Blanchot on Bataille
  • de Sade: the liberatine villain
  • Bataille, Flesh and consciousness
  • Blanchot: Nietzsche, fragments, writing
  • Blanchot: overcoming nihilism
  • Blanchot nihilism ethics #2
  • Blanchot, nihilism, ethics
  • Reading Blanchot on Nietzsche
  • Blanchot, Nietzsche, nihilism #2
  • being cast adrift
  • Deleuze
  • Blanchot, Nietzsche, nihilism
  • interpreting Nietzsche
  • timeout
  • Blanchot: reading Nietzsche
  • Sarah Kofman, camera obscura, visual regimes
  • Bataille, mysticism, Nietzsche #2
  • Bataille, mysticism, Nietzsche #1
  • Bataille: inner experience
  • Remarks on Blanchot by Chris
  • limit-experience
  • Blanchot: limit-experience & being Jewish
  • Blanchot: two quotes and....
  • Leo Strauss and the New American Century
  • clueless in academe
  • Theory or anti-theory Theory?
  • suffering
  • Foucault:an aesthetics of existence
  • going back to Klossowski
  • Back to Bataille's blues
  • Enlightenment, Sade, Nietzsche, fascism
  • Nietzsche and fascism
  • Adorno & Heidegger
  • Bataille's On Nietzsche as a spiritual notebook
  • Heidegger & Aristotle #3
  • in passing
  • Bataille and masculinity
  • Bataille & masculine subjects
  • Bataille: a subject divided against itself
  • women as machines
  • Sarah Kofman, Klossowski, and Nietzsche
  • cyborgs and fractured subjects
  • Lee Bul: cyborgs as flesh machines
  • The French Hegel
  • Heidegger v Descartes
  • heavy comment spam=upgrade
  • primacy of the practical
  • Bataille: what's missing
  • Bataille's diary: mysticism & sex
  • Justine et Juliette
  • Heidegger & Aristotle#2
  • William Burroughs: Interview
  • Marquis de Sade: nature rules, okay
  • Heidegger: overcoming metaphysics
  • Heidegger & Aristotle
  • Foucault's toolbox
  • Nietzsche conference
  • Across the Australian grain
  • emotion and reason
  • Public Apology
  • Bataille and Booze
  • Bataille: On Nietzsche#22
  • Heidegger: forgetting Hegel
  • Heidegger: A Hegelian moment
  • Klossowski and Psychoanalysis?; Plug for my radio archive
  • Habermas & Heidegger
  • Reading Klossowski
  • Heidegger & world disclosure
  • Habermas & Heidegger
  • Nietzsche: eternal return
  • Klossowski, unconscious, language
  • Nietzsche and Bataille
  • beyond utility
  • Bataille: On Nietzsche#21
  • returning to Bataille#20
  • Klossowski, the Body and Language
  • 'Klossowski, Nietzsche, eternal return#3'...
  • Heidegger: world as picture
  • Bataille, Nietzsche
  • Heidegger on modernity
  • nihilism & consumer capitalism
  • death of God
  • Human, All Too Human
  • Heidegger & Nietzsche's eternal return
  • Klossowski, Nietzsche, eternal return#2
  • Australian Enlightenment
  • Klossowski, Sade my Neighbour
  • de Sade, nature, transgression
  • de Sade: Juliette
  • Sade, Klossowski, and Psychoanalysis
  • Marquis de Sade
  • nihilism in the academy
  • Klossowski, Nietzsche, eternal return
  • Klossowski, Nietzsche & sick bodies
  • another kind of thinking
  • Adorno: remembrance
  • Heidegger & freedom
  • deleuze, becoming life
  • a surrealistic impulse
  • a touch of surrealism
  • Derrida, Heidegger, Spirit#4
  • Heidegger, Nietzsche, will to power
  • the closure of academic philosophy
  • Different Nietzsche's
  • Deleuze: on the pathway of difference
  • Klossowski, Nietzsche, Eternal Returrn
  • Deleuze & Klossowski
  • Deleuze: a note
  • Derrida, Heidegger, Spirit #4
  • Heidegger: politics of the university#4
  • More on pornography
  • tribute to Derrida
  • Heidegger: the politics of university reform#3
  • Pasolini: Fascism & Pornography#2
  • Klossowski's Nietzsche
  • Reading Klossowski
  • Nietzsche v Klossowski
  • Heidegger: the politics of university reform#2
  • Klossowski: unconscious chaos
  • Heidegger: university reform#1
  • Derrida & Heidegger#3
  • Fascism & Pornography
  • worlds of silence
  • introducing another text
  • Derrida & Heidegger #2
  • Bataille, brothels & photography
  • Derrida & Heidegger
  • Klossowski: Nietzsche & psychoanalysis
  • Klossowski: a semiotic of impulses#3
  • discussions elsewhere
  • Heidegger: Building Dwelling#6
  • Spazzing and Philosophy
  • shuffling towards deleuze
  • Klossowski: a semiotic of impulses#2
  • Klossowski: a semiotic of impulses
  • Klossowski: Drawings
  • Klossowski on Nietzsche: Combat against culture#3
  • Heidegger: Building Dwelling#5
  • Klossowski on Nietzsche: Combat against culture#2
  • Heidegger: Building, Dwelling#4
  • Klossowski on Nietzsche: combat against culture
  • P. Klossowski: Drawings#2
  • Klossowski: drawings
  • Nietzsche, Bataille & Klossowski
  • Nietzsche: Klossowski#3
  • Heidegger: Building Dwelling#3
  • Nietzsche: Klossowski's reading#2
  • Nietzsche: Klossowski's reading
  • Heidegger: building dwelling#2
  • Heidegger: Dwelling, building etc
  • ecological rationality
  • Heidegger: ecopoetics
  • romantic poetics
  • which romanticism?
  • alien culture
  • lived bodies
  • overcoming Australian materialism
  • Merleau-Ponty: embodiment
  • Merleau-Ponty: the body
  • Merleau-Ponty: lived body
  • edging back to place
  • Romanticism in Australia
  • counter practices
  • Away
  • Australian materialism: a suggestion
  • more concerns
  • a response
  • materialism: bodies & ecology
  • Romance and Reason
  • Marxism and Materialism
  • Technology & the Internet
  • bitterness
  • reminiscences
  • political romanticism
  • Romanticism
  • On Romanticism
  • Adorno & Deleuze
  • Heidegger: Dwelling ethics#3
  • Romanticism
  • Adorno: interpretations
  • Negative Dialectics
  • Auschwitz, culture, technology#2
  • Auschwitz, culture & technology
  • Auschwitz in Australia
  • the walking dead
  • The Conference
  • Heidegger: Technology#6
  • Technology#5
  • Heidegger & technology#4
  • Heidegger & dwelling#2
  • Heidegger & dwelling
  • Heidegger & history
  • Heidegger & Technology#3
  • Heidegger & Technology#2
  • Heidegger & Technology#1
  • Nietzsche's legacy
  • metaphysics
  • Two Kinds of Nihilism
  • Nietzsche: nihilism#2
  • Nietzsche: Nihilism
  • Heidegger: individuation
  • a problem
  • Heidegger, Adorno & death
  • Heidegger & death
  • Heidegger: authenticity#5
  • Materialism & Analytic Philosophy
  • Heidegger: authenticity#4
  • A Japanese Story
  • Physicalism & bodily existence
  • Heidegger & historicity
  • Adorno & Australian Materialism
  • beyond existentialism
  • Heidegger/Adorno: differences
  • Heidegger/Adorno: similarities
  • Heidegger & history
  • Heidegger: death & authentic being
  • Adorno, Heidegger & Death
  • some questions
  • Existentialism & Surrealism
  • Adorno & Messianism
  • Heidegger & Authenticity#3
  • Nietzsche contra Adorno
  • Adorno & Metaphysics
  • Bukowski: Poem#16
  • Keeping Quiet
  • modernist vision
  • Bukowski: Poems#16
  • Heidegger: the turn to poetics
  • Bukowski: Poems#15
  • Bukowski: Poems#14
  • Bukowski: Poems#13
  • Heidegger: The Age of the World Picture
  • Adorno's Metaphysics
  • biases and prejudices
  • Heidegger and Adorno
  • block block block
  • On Authenticity
  • Heidegger once again
  • Heidegger: authenticity#2
  • Evil and Utility
  • Arendt: banality of evil
  • Bataille: Architecture & prisons
  • Nick Berg video: human sacrifice, myth & spectacle
  • Heidegger: ethical life
  • Heidegger: encountering others
  • Heidegger: other people
  • everydayness
  • living being
  • Heidegger, Kant and others
  • Heidegger & ecology
  • Heidegger and Kant
  • Heidegger: useful activity
  • Heidegger & Kant
  • Heidegger and Benjamin
  • Heidegger & the everyday.
  • Heidegger: shuffling towards everyday life
  • Heidegger: confusions & clearings
  • Confusions
  • Deleuze: kissing Hegel goodbye
  • Heidegger: anxiety
  • Heidegger: Metaphysics, anxiety, drugs
  • Heidegger, anxiety and death
  • Heidegger: anxiety & nothing
  • Heidegger: anxiety & fear
  • Philosophy and politics
  • Heidegger: anxiety
  • Heidegger: anxiety & place
  • Heidegger: What is Metaphysics
  • Bataille: the sacred
  • Bataille & Sexuality: a recap
  • the sacred & pornography
  • Heidegger & authenticity
  • Heidegger and Marxism
  • The poverty of philosophy
  • Heidegger: Letter on Humanism
  • Heidegger & heebie jeebies
  • Heidegger and post-modernism
  • Heidegger: Letter on Humanism
  • Heidegger: overcoming humanism
  • picking up the traces
  • Heidegger & Nietzsche: the end of metaphysics
  • Heidegger & Nietzsche
  • Heidegger again
  • Heidegger: poetics is a key
  • The Heidegger affair
  • What is Philosophy?
  • Heidegger distortions
  • Philosophy Conference
  • Bataille: On Nietzsche#19
  • Nietzsche, Bataille & a declining life
  • Bataille: spirituality & the morality of decline
  • Bataille: On Nietzsche#18
  • looking at death in the face
  • a half education
  • Bataille: On Nietzsche#17
  • the spectacle
  • a surrealist moment
  • a note on rhetoric & politics
  • Russell and Adorno
  • Bataille On Nietzsche#16
  • Art and Propaganda
  • anti-Semitism and criticism
  • Anti-Semitism.
  • in the belly of the beast
  • More on Benjamin and Celine
  • History and Declasse Consciousness
  • Reading Celine
  • Bataille, Sacrifice, van Gogh
  • Outside Looking In
  • So little time
  • Reading Groups
  • A Dog's Life
  • Bukowski: Poems#12
  • Bellmer's drawings
  • Bellmer & Bataille
  • Bataille: On Nietzsche#15
  • Surrealism & sexuality#5
  • Surrealism as a way of knowing
  • Bataille On Nietzsche#14
  • Wuthering Heights
  • Bataille On Nietzsche#13
  • Bataille On Nietzsche#12
  • On Nietzsche #11
  • Bataille: On Nietzsche#10
  • Bataille, On Nietzsche:#9
  • The Adelaide Accountant
  • Vision#6: The Cartesian Eye?
  • Bataille On Nietzsche:#8
  • more on the eye
  • Vision#5: Windowless Monads
  • Vision#4: Bataille's Rotten Sun
  • Bukowski and Celine
  • Vision#3: turning away from the light?
  • Feminism et cetera
  • Vision#2: the eye & slashing
  • Vision#1: Just an observation
  • Helmut Newton: dead
  • Bukowski and writing
  • Bataille and Newton
  • philosophy conference
  • Bataille & Erotic#4: de Sade
  • Helmut Newton
  • In favour of fetishism
  • Klossowski on art
  • Fetishism
  • Bukowski: Poem#11
  • On Not Feeling Like It
  • Bukowski: Poem: #10
  • eroticism and pornography
  • too tired for philosophy
  • Bukowski: Poems#9
  • On On Nietzsche
  • surrealism & sexuality#4
  • surrealism & sexuality#3
  • On Nietzsche#7
  • On Nietzsche:#6
  • sacred and ecstatic bodies
  • surrealism & sexuality#2
  • Christmas Cake
  • Bukowski Poem#8
  • surrealism & sexuality#1
  • Xmas day
  • Derrida & Bataille: seismic shocks
  • The Post-modernists
  • On Nietzsche:#5----Intensity & porno chic
  • style is important
  • Bataille: On Nietzsche#4
  • Bukowski Poem#7
  • Intensity
  • Surrealism & philosophy
  • Bataille & Erotic: #3: de Sade
  • Bataille & eroticism#2
  • Sovereignty: what about intensity
  • Bataille: On Nietzsche#3: its like a weblog
  • Sovereignty et cetera
  • Bataille: Intensity
  • quote
  • connections
  • Bataille: On Nietzsche#2: alone in the cosmos
  • strange world
  • Bukowski Poem#6
  • The Story So Far
  • Bataille & eroticism: a quote
  • Bataille & Nietzsche
  • Bataille: On Nietzsche#2: What about evil?
  • Bukowski: poem#5
  • Bataille: sovereignty
  • Bataille: the sacred
  • The Cave of a Thousand Batailles
  • Bataille as a sexual critic
  • Bataille and Poetry
  • the erotic and the sacred
  • the sacred
  • Bukowski: Poem#4
  • Deleuze on 'conversation'
  • Bataille: On Nietzsche#1: poetic thinking
  • Bukowski and Nietzsche
  • Trevor's Story
  • A bit of a winge
  • Bataille links
  • Bukowski: poems#3
  • sovereignty & the economy
  • sovereignty again
  • sundering and dismembering
  • a question
  • Bukowski: poems#2
  • More on Literature
  • poetics/philosophy/writing
  • Philosophy and Literature
  • language and writing
  • the avant garde in Adelaide?
  • Bukowski: poems#1
  • at a bit of a loss
  • Literary Interlude
  • An Answer
  • posing a question
  • a criticism
  • between two political tendencies
  • Literary style
  • politics and philosophy
  • Let us not forget
  • Bataille
  • existentialism?
  • The dispute so far
  • On Scholarship
  • some puzzles
  • Scholarship & philosophy as a way of life
  • More On Nietzsche
  • Bataille, Surrealism And Nietzsche
  • Interpreting Nietzsche
  • visions of excess
  • Scholarship
  • forget the academics
  • What is Surrealism?
  • Nietzsche and immoralism
  • prejudiced reception
  • instincts as the body
  • Celine's contribution
  • Nietzsche and Klossowski
  • bringing the body back in
  • As if recovering from an illness
  • Nietzsche: God is dead and we killed him
  • Salome's Nietzsche
  • beginnings
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