Monthly Archives: September 2013

First Thoughts on Syria

What, you didn’t think we were a foreign policy blog? That, considering just the U.S.-Syria system, the U.S. bombing Syria is a terrible idea isn’t news. Here are the rough contours: it’s illegal as a matter of international law, nobody … Continue reading

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A Stolen Thought on Modernity

Or, the semioticist’s apprentice Because of new media, we see ourselves separated from the action of life more and more often. And the more it happens, the more we consider it commonplace, and the more it dictates the way we … Continue reading

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Songbook of days: Labour Day

Gang Starr – WorkEdu Lobo & Maria Bethânia – SinhereZelia Barbosa – Canção da terraGal Costa & Caetano Veloso – Maria JoanaChico Buarque – Funeral do lavradorRubén Blades – Pablo PuebloBots – Zeven dagen langВася Обломов – НачальникThe Guess Who … Continue reading

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