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Salvage #6: Evidence of Things Not Seen
by Rosie Warren (editor) (#6)
Nov. 12, 2018 - Nov. 14, 2018

Done

(2018). Rosie Warren. Salvage.


Salvage, 2018. 266 pages.

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p.138
Manichaeism »
an ancient religious movement that has to do wi...
p.137
limn »
(verb) depict or describe in painting or words;...
p.136
numinous »
(adjective) supernatural mysterious / (adjectiv...
p.135
pleroma »
(noun) Gnosticism) the spiritual universe as th...
p.132
eschatology »
the part of theology concerned with death, judg...
p.264
radical struggles against racism
[...] even anti-racist organisations that do no...
p.251
the attacks in Paris, Brussels and Nice
We are living a 'long war' in which urban destr...
p.244
colonisation as spatial organisation
Fanon's nuanced analysis of colonisation as spa...
p.219
today's immigrant is a worker who has lost his ...
We had nearly the same number of immigrants twe...
p.170
neoliberalism is an ideology of enterprise
[...] Bases of traditional Conservative power, ...

31

"STOFFWECHSEL"

a poem. weird but the least weird of them all imo

0 / 0
31

"STOFFWECHSEL"

a poem. weird but the least weird of them all imo

0 / 0
33
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33

Sumud et autres histoires

Photos of Palestine

0 / 0
49

Against Law-sterity

really interesting piece on the juridical aspects of austerity. builds on what a lot of people have been saying about austerity being elevated to/disbursed from/concocted at the level of technocracy and thus immune to popular contestation, but with a twist, by focusing on the legal aspects. kind of repetitive but still good

0 / 5
49

Against Law-sterity

really interesting piece on the juridical aspects of austerity. builds on what a lot of people have been saying about austerity being elevated to/disbursed from/concocted at the level of technocracy and thus immune to popular contestation, but with a twist, by focusing on the legal aspects. kind of repetitive but still good

0 / 5
69

Men of Doubt: Fortini, Benjamin, Brecht

kind of cool I guess but no real takeaways

0 / 2
69

Men of Doubt: Fortini, Benjamin, Brecht

kind of cool I guess but no real takeaways

0 / 2
83

Jewphobia

god he's such a good writer

4 / 7
83

Jewphobia

god he's such a good writer

4 / 7
109
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109

PERIPHERAL XO

another poem

0 / 0
115

Silence in Debris: Towards an Apophatic Marxism

this is definitely the sort of essay that non-academic types hate but i actually loved it (though i did kinda have to force myself to keep reading after the first few mentions of "apophatic")

12 / 4
115

Silence in Debris: Towards an Apophatic Marxism

this is definitely the sort of essay that non-academic types hate but i actually loved it (though i did kinda have to force myself to keep reading after the first few mentions of "apophatic")

12 / 4
145

Eight Theses on Identity

derived from his book i assume. pretty good though nothing earthshattering

0 / 2
145

Eight Theses on Identity

derived from his book i assume. pretty good though nothing earthshattering

0 / 2
151

The Left and Louis-Ferdinand Céline

mildly interesting. on his antisemitism & collaboration with Nazis, and the left's (lack of) response

0 / 0
151

The Left and Louis-Ferdinand Céline

mildly interesting. on his antisemitism & collaboration with Nazis, and the left's (lack of) response

0 / 0
177

Garden Coup
(missing author)

art by Bahar Behbahani

0 / 0
177

Garden Coup
(missing author)

art by Bahar Behbahani

0 / 0
193

The Person, Historical Time and the Universalisation of Capital

mildly interesting but sooo academic. responding to subaltern studies & vivek chibber. mostly on India

0 / 0
193

The Person, Historical Time and the Universalisation of Capital

mildly interesting but sooo academic. responding to subaltern studies & vivek chibber. mostly on India

0 / 0
213

Road Kill
(missing author)

fiction by Katie Kane. not a fan

0 / 0
213

Road Kill
(missing author)

fiction by Katie Kane. not a fan

0 / 0
219

The Demise of the International Proletariat of France: Talbot as Political Turning Point

mostly specific to France but some interesting points on nationalism/racism in general as a means of dividing the working class (good quote from Ranciere at the beginning)

0 / 1
219

The Demise of the International Proletariat of France: Talbot as Political Turning Point

mostly specific to France but some interesting points on nationalism/racism in general as a means of dividing the working class (good quote from Ranciere at the beginning)

0 / 1
237

Urban Geopolitics and "The Immigrant": Lessons from Toronto

interesting but i felt like it ended before it really got into the meat of it

0 / 2
237

Urban Geopolitics and "The Immigrant": Lessons from Toronto

interesting but i felt like it ended before it really got into the meat of it

0 / 2
253

Interview with Selim Nadi of the Parti des Indigènes de la République

mostly an anti-racist org though they do have a materialist analysis. pretty interesting

0 / 1
253

Interview with Selim Nadi of the Parti des Indigènes de la République

mostly an anti-racist org though they do have a materialist analysis. pretty interesting

0 / 1
265

Being Beneath
(missing author)

fiction by David Naimon about crows??? so weird

0 / 0
265

Being Beneath
(missing author)

fiction by David Naimon about crows??? so weird

0 / 0