This article neither deeply respects nor violently chastises Martin Amis. As a result, it is going to look pretty unusual on the internet today. Very recently Martin Amis criticized Jeremy Corbyn and he is neither the first not the latest (since this was a whole day ago) to do so. Generally speaking, it’s good to ...continue reading "THE POLITICS OF NOT LEAVING MARTIN AMIS ALONE"
Slavoj Žižek explains: ‘in March 2003, Donald Rumsfeld’ – a man whose finger
was never too far from the button – ‘engaged in a little amateur
philosophizing about the relationship between the known and the unknown: “There
are known knowns. These are things we know that we know. There are known
unknowns. That is ...continue reading "THE CAMPAIGN FOR NUCLEAR WAR AND THE UNKNOWN KNOWN"