Maurizio Lazzarato's latest book seeks to answer, “What is to be done?”
A review of Franco Moretti's The Bourgeois
Should we refuse relationship work on principle and instead sharpen our dialectics on an impending Situation?
A review of Maurizio Lazzarato's The Making of Indebted Man: Essay on the Neoliberal Condition.
Tastemakers behind the contemporary mania for design will not rest until all consumers are compelled to put their shoulders to the clickwheel.
The precarious state of poetry these days mirrors the conditions of all who labor in the "social factory"
Neoliberal themes in contemporary novels do more than enforce political correctness and mitigate class conflict; they dupe you into writing yourself out of your own life story.
Bracing for disaster in 1990, St. Louisans’ knew that to single out their town for divine wrath would be to invite ridicule. They binge-drank and “pigged out,” secure in the geographical, geopolitical — indeed, cosmic — insignificance apparent to them every day.