Revolutionary Mathematics convincingly demonstrates that our primary task in a critique of algorithmic logic should not be de-reification, which would presuppose a degree of control over technology that we do not possess. But it doesn’t always follow its own advice.
Part 1 of “In Defense of Art” is here; part 3 is here. I must be clear and explicit about the political position from which I am working. I therefore wish to make absolutely clear in what sense I am working within the Marxist tradition, and what sort of “Marxism”
The imperative to be “nice” is, at bottom, an imperative to properly comport oneself to the demands of the market.
The law of the falling rate of intelligence is decreasingly comprehensible, but in studying intelligence one can at least hope not to perpetuate its fall.
Moishe Postone on theorists of culture and society.
Moishe Postone on theorists of the self.
An interview with Moishe Postone on "Self, Culture, & Society," and the value of general education requirements.