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IN PRAISE OF SHADOWS / JUNICHIRO TANIZAKI THE TROUBLE WITH BEING BORN / E. M. CIORAN REVERSE COWGIRL
REVERSE COWGIRL
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Jun'ichiro Tanizaki
Arcade Publishing / 2010 /
In this volume, which reaffirms the uncompromising brilliance of his mind, Cioran strips the human condition down to its most basic components, birth and death, suggesting that disaster lies not in the prospect of death but in the fact of birth, "that laughable accident." In the lucid, aphoristic style that characterizes his work, Cioran writes of time and death, God and religion, suicide and suffering, and the temptation to silence.
McKenzie Wark
WABI SABI / FOR ARTISTS, DESIGNERS, POETS & PHILOSOPHERS WABI SABI: FURTHER THOUGHTS - Leonard Koren THE SECOND SEX
THE SECOND SEX
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Leonard Koren Leonard Koren Simone De Beauvoir
ON PHOTOGRAPHY POST CAPITALIST DESIRE - MARK FISHER: THE FINAL LECTURES RE-ENCHANTING THE WORLD: Feminism and the Politics of the Commons
ON PHOTOGRAPHY
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Susan Sontag Mark Fisher / Matt Colquhoun, ed. Silvia Frederici
THE ECOLOGICAL THOUGHT A PHILOSOPHY OF BOREDOM PEDAGOGY OF THE OPPRESSED
THE ECOLOGICAL THOUGHT
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A PHILOSOPHY OF BOREDOM
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PEDAGOGY OF THE OPPRESSED
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Timothy Morton LARS SVENDSON Paulo Freire
ME AND WHITE SUPREMACY THE PROMISE OF HAPPINESS STAYING WITH THE TROUBLE: Making Kin in the Chthulucene
ME AND WHITE SUPREMACY
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THE PROMISE OF HAPPINESS
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Layla F. Saad Sara Ahmed

Donna Haraway
STOLEN LIFE THE UNIVERSAL MACHINE BLACK AND BLUR
STOLEN LIFE
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THE UNIVERSAL MACHINE
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BLACK AND BLUR
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Fred Moten Fred Moten

New / Paperback / Duke U. Press / 2018 / 291 pages / 9780822370550

In The Universal Machine—the concluding volume to his landmark trilogy consent not to be a single being—Fred Moten presents a suite of three essays on Emmanuel Levinas, Hannah Arendt, and Frantz Fanon, in which he explores questions of freedom, capture, and selfhood. In trademark style, Moten considers these thinkers alongside artists and musicians such as William Kentridge and Curtis Mayfield while interrogating the relation between blackness and phenomenology. Whether using Levinas's idea of escape in unintended ways, examining Arendt's antiblackness through Mayfield's virtuosic falsetto and Anthony Braxton's musical language, or showing how Fanon's form of phenomenology enables black social life, Moten formulates blackness as a way of being in the world that evades regulation. Throughout The Universal Machine—and the trilogy as a whole—Moten's theorizations of blackness will have a lasting and profound impact.
Fred Moten
A SHORT HISTORY OF (NEARLY) EVERYTHING PARANORMAL THE SACRED CONSPIRACY: The Internal Papers of the Secret Society of Acéphale and Lectures to the College of Sociology CONNECTEDNESS:  An Incomplete Encyclopedia of the Anthropocene
Terje G. Simonsen George Bataille Marianne Krogh, ed. / Greta Thunberg / Diana Coole, et al.
DOLLY PARTON, SONGTELLER: My Life, My Lyrics ABY WARBURG: BILDERATLAS MNEMOSYNE / The Original
Dolly Parton Aby Warburg, Roberto Ohrt, Axel Heil, Bernd Scherer, Bill Sherman, Claudia Wedepohl