twitter
facebook twitter tumblr newsletter rss
sunday-spotlight1

Sunday Reading

By

 

Sunday

 

 

 

Labor Sunday

 

Continue Reading

Essays & Reviews

How Ought We Die?

By
sk-192

Secular medicine’s original exclusions prevent us from understanding the process of death

Cleaning Up

By
dirt-192

As a cleaner, I was prolonging the illusion that writing is and should be a living

Death and the Maiden

By
mai-192

Freud’s theory of the death drive also gives us a way to think about gender

Features

This Week in Art Crime

By
2014-08-21-Whitney-Museum-640x491@1x

“Kill Frats” appears on UC Berkeley campus; “Victory” and “Revolt” appear on a St. Louis Police Car; Blood appears on a Jeff Koons retrospective; and police claim that child pornography appeared in a Melbourne museum.

Terrifying Robot Update: Monday, August 25, 2014

By
canada-science-technology-offbeat

A robot butler, a robot dreamer, a robot hitchhiker and a robot designed just for murder would make for a pretty good boy band

Sunday Reading

By
sunday-spotlight

Sunday Reading has demeaned and abused a viewpoint. Have you?

TNI A\V

Video IVAN: The Reconstruction of Narcissism

Audio “Sweat Lodge” Vulture Shit

Audio Lamin Fofana tribute to Chinua Achebe

Video Subscription Drive

More

&, Meanwhile

“contact and communication and so-called sharing, but at a desk of savagery”

“New York City officers have kept mum”

“the philosopher Mikhail Bakunin is a suspect”

“the geckos have a limited food supply”

“‘I don’t fight for free,’ she said. ‘Don’t worry.’”

“overindulgent self-awareness is endemic to art-in-general”

“We were soldiers in a wide variety of units and positions in the Israeli military—a fact we now regret”

“If flying a white flag atop the Brooklyn Bridge is someone’s idea of a joke, I’m not laughing”

“turn it right back on once the city truck is out of sight”

“alternatives to Facebook and Android should be thriving right now”

“eliminate all reasons from a decision, scrubbing away any kind of unwanted influence”

“injecting a Silicon Valley executive with a lethal dose of heroin”

“What’s funnier than $37,115 for potato salad?”

“punishing the students by having them write long essays on why civil disobedience is a crime”

“is that really what people are saying when they say they are sad about their parrot?”

“Hitler understood the power of oratory”

“grass-in-ear behavior”

“the pitchforks are going to come for us”

“enslave­ment, servi­tude, inden­tur­ing, impress­ment, con­scrip­tion, impris­on­ment, and coer­cion”

More

News

The Future Weird presents “Remote Control” at MAD! – August 9th at 3 P.M.

We Did It!

An Open Letter from Our EIC

We’ve Doubled The Content, Help Us Double The Donations

More

Blogs

Fathers and Sons

In Double Take
1borgo5

When thou wast young, thou girdest thyself, and walkedst whither thou wouldest: but when thou shalt be old, thou shalt stretch forth thy hands, and another shall gird thee…

Triple-Decker Weekly, 116

In Shines Like Gold
tdw-116

Psychologists investigate why some people see the future as being behind them

Masstige and Bargain Beauty

In The Beheld
the-beheld_masstige beauty products

Motivations for buying bargain beauty products and high-end products are more similar than they seem. The sweet spot? Masstige.

Triple-Decker Weekly, 115

In Shines Like Gold
tdw-115

peers tend to avoid the degree of overoptimism so often seen in self-predictions