Monthly Archives: August 2013


+inspired by watching this comedian Louis C. k. (Louie S02E09)+ I went through a long phase being stuck on the significance of the fact that a human life is one of interdependence. There’s a lot of angles to come at the topic from in support or critique of the premise and in either case, a […]

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Protected: Language and the Persistent Crush

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Conflict Infrastructure

LBC Presents – a conversation about Conflict Infrastructure A speaking tour with a cart full of books! In the 1990s the internecine conflict between (North American) anarchists was not red vs green or insurrectionary vs platformist, but those who believed that anarchists should develop infrastructure vs those who believed that anarchists should build a (national) […]

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Tongue War: Identity and the Editing of Speech

  I can’t count how many times I’ve participated in or been a party to conversations concerning the use of politically incorrect language …mostly, because I haven’t tried to keep track. There’s numerous versions of this conversation: gender pronouns, sexist and homophobic slurs, occupy vs. decolonization, etc. I think it goes without saying that with […]

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