Posts Tagged ‘ ethics ’

Ethics | The MIT Press

The boundary of a contemporary art object or project is no longer something that exists only in physical space; it also exists in social, political, and ethical space.

Source: Ethics | The MIT Press

WHY ARE PEOPLE SO INVESTED IN KENNETH GOLDSMITH? OR, IS COLONIALIST POETRY EASY? by Amy King | VIDA: Women in Literary Arts

WHY ARE PEOPLE SO INVESTED IN KENNETH GOLDSMITH? OR, IS COLONIALIST POETRY EASY? | VIDA: Women in Literary Arts.

Heriberto Yépez: Ethopoetics, What Is It? | Jacket2

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Writers, thinkers, intellectuals, artists, ¡poets! Need to heal themselves (from themselves) in order to become true visionaries.  We haven’t done that — that’s the only task that completely matters right now. But what is happening now? In Latin America, in Spain, in Europe, in China, in Japan, in America, in Russia, in everyplace the human mind is afraid of being an animal still evolving—and after the big upheaval we are living a return to the old models of poet as man-of-letters, and ‘artists’ as man-of-walls, though by way of post-modern disguises! Deceit yourselves! Or use all your irony or all your critical theory you can to hide from what you deeply know! Poets have to become knowers. **** Poetry then means the new-making of oneself.– Heriberto Yépez

Heriberto Yépez: Ethopoetics, What Is It?

The New Yorker’s Endorsement of Barack Obama : The New Yorker

The New Yorker’s Endorsement of Barack Obama : The New Yorker.

McGovern: He Never Sold His Soul, by Chris Hedges :: Common Dreams

McGovern: He Never Sold His Soul | Common Dreams.

Sovereignty, Ontology, and Ethics in the Work of Judith Butler / Work Resumed on the Tower

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 A Short Piece on Judith Butler’s Antigone’s Claim

Judith Butler at Work Resumed on the Tower