Article by Mark McConaghy I take it as axiomatic that it is impossible, in our current political moment, to think of what a world not defined by capitalism would actually look like. The problem with capitalism is not a moral but a structural one: can we ever get beyond the violence inherent in its continual […]Read more "The Impossible Starts Now: A Manifesto"
by James D. Poborsa Apathy is a ruse… an indignant ruse… Yet apathy has its merits, as it at once maintains and punctures the banality of the everyday with the detached indifference and tepid contemplation necessary for overcoming its seemingly callous grip. To be intellectually apathetic is not to feign indifference or refrain from thetic […]Read more "On Apathy, or an Anti-Manifesto Adumbrating All Things Contingent and Trite"
Article by Sean Callaghan. In which I ask a simple question: what if there is no elephant? ————————————- I recently had the opportunity to speak to a group of men who had achieved a high degree of success working in the corporate sphere, and I just couldn’t resist asking them how they would respond to […]Read more "The Other Side of Impossible"