As a special bonus to our readers we now bring you the greatest gift of all: A new Juletide recording of yesteryears Marxist hit "Red X-mas"! Enjoy!
Well folks - its time to formalize our steady (yearly?) production of revolutionary Jultide songs, so lets call the growing collection "MarXist Xmas ClassiX". At the same time, let me introduce the latest installment: It's Beginning to Look like Revolution. I'm sure you can all guess what traditional song it is based on. Lyrics in the video + pasted below. Enjoy!
This site has come to our attention. Many Phantom, Mandrake etc. classics here: http://falkonthewildside.blogspot.com
I was just skimming through the book “Watchmen and philosophy” (Mark D. White, William Irwin) where Christopher Robichaud touches in on the subject in the title of this short essay.
If you are not familiar with the character, and thus do not quite get the subject, I suggest you go read the graphic novel.
It is obvious that Dr. Manhattan has problems with his emotional attachment to humans, and there of course can be multiple reasons for this. As he is a fictional character, we must also take into account that Alan Moore - a great artist he may be - may not have foreseen absolutely all possible aspects of extrapolating the characteristics of his characters into the philosophical realm.
Another great online movie here from Venstresida VideoRull. This french instant classic documentary tells the story of a teacher and his school in rural France:
Right now students across the world are fighting for a free emancipatory education for all, against privatization of education and increasing tuition fees:
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No, this is not some postmodern or post-structuralist article, all about how reality is an construction of whatever. It is rather an essay on how we all subconsciously construct our own internal image of reality. An image we rarely think of, but which form the basis of all most all our decisions.
In modern day we have a large variety of more or less scientifically validated sources of knowledge about the world around us - both nature and society. Everything from opinion polls to figure out what a population thinks, to double blind tests to see if a medical procedure has the desired effect, to a large amount of quantitative and qualitative research on a huge variety of issues.
However not many people go to scientific peer-review journals, statistical bureaus, and other sources of that kind to actively build a image of the world they inhabit. Rather the image builds itself as a result of a cumulative array of impressions and single pieces of information.
Insightful from Stephen Wilkinson in The Guardian: