The house of Israel

Photo by Foundry Co on Pixabay The ‘house of Israel’ has four metaphorical, communal floors. Unlike a standard house, in this analogy each tenant is…

Safer social scenes

For those using gay dating apps, lockdown has brought its own traumas. Reports of people being outed have emerged across the globe. In Morocco, which…

Husserl in Moravia

Kritika & Kontext, published by the liberal arts college BISLA in Bratislava, dedicates its new issue to the life and work of philosopher Edmund Husserl,…

Situating populism

In Critique and Humanism, philosopher and sociologist Stefan Popov analyses the political semantics of ‘populism’. One type of usage, he writes, sees populism as political…

The weight of life

COVID-19 has confirmed certain intuitions that have been raised many times, although always ignored, over the course of the last half-century. The first concerns the…

Housing as investment

Photo by Christopher Chiu for Eurozine Article 5 of Austria’s Basic Law of 1876, which sets forth that ‘property is inviolable’, decorates the facade of…

MES SUKŪRĖME ŠĮ ŽVĖRĮ

Pažvelkime į du Kinijos žemėlapius. Kairiajame pilka spalva pavaizduoti azoto debesys, kurie 2020 m. sausio pradžioje driekėsi per visą šalį. Po pusantro mėnesio, kaip rodo žemėlapis dešinėje, tų debesų…

Race-Class-Gender

Based on Cornelia Klinger’s address at the IWM’s Inaugural Emma Goldman Award Ceremony on 13 February 2020. Photo via Pikist Over the four decades of…

Meat is not a necessity

Eurozine newsletter 12/2020 Why we need a decolonial ecology An interview with Malcom Ferdinand Aurore Chaillou Ferdinand Malcom Louise Roblin Why conspiracy theories soar in…

We don’t do information

At the end of January 2020, European cultural journal editors met with donor organization representatives1 in Brussels. The meeting focused on the changing role of…

Alchemizing old hates

In January 1556, the Emperor Humayun tripped over his cloak and tumbled to death down a flight of stairs in Delhi, bequeathing a fragile kingdom…

(Im)Possible solidarities

‘Justice’ has recently become the explicit goal of many global citizen movements. In contrast to domestic justice advocates, transnational justice theorists and activists argue for…