By: Mark Kingwell
He predicted “megatechnics” vs. “biolivability.”
By: Erik Davis
He invented the postwar religion of Wicca.
Challenging power and preserving the environment.
By: Anthony Miller
Not for him the “purblind vision” of small minds.
By: Karinne Keithley Syers
Dance as a place of attuning one’s relationship to biophysical life.
His filiations : the world, the text, and the critic.
By: Alix Lambert
The primary purpose of prison is not rehabilitation but repression.
By: William Nericcio
She wielded mad intellectual superpowers.
Reason itself becomes the monster.
He tracked the “lines of flight” that ideas can take up against power.
By: Brian Berger
Rhapsodic, recondite philosopher of music, hope, and Stalin.
By: Joshua Glenn
Even though there’s no shepherd issuing orders, we behave like docile sheep.
By: Lucy Sante
A great theorist and taxonomist of eroticism.