In light of the sympathetic pleasantries that Kanye West has been tweeting about Donald Trump and the tacit racist dog-whistles of the Trump administration political agenda, it seems counterintuitive that a black man would openly support Donald Trump. So the question I will attempt to ask is: Is Kanye black? The prima facie account … Continue reading Is Kanye Black?
Knowledge is Made for Cutting 1 — Introduction The point of this essay is to contrast the normative and speculative philosophy of Hegel, as rendered in philosophy of history, et al., against the descriptive and non-speculative analysis of Foucault, as rendered in his genealogical studies — simply put. Notwithstanding, the underpinning theme of this … Continue reading Knowledge is Made for Cutting
It could be simply remarked that as we all transverse through life as “emerging subjects” (Butler 30) we acquiesce to the simple directive formulation of “taking a street-car named desire, then [we] transfer to one called cemeteries and [then arrive in finitude] at — Elysian Fields!” (Williams 6). Not to say that our desires will … Continue reading Hegel’s Streetcar Named Desire