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On this episode, the gang takes a look at Antonio Negri’s and Felix Guattari’s 1985 cowritten essay, “Communists Like US”. Guattari and Negri take a look at the state of socialist governmentality and examine the causes of the failure of the worker movement in Italy in the late seventies. The outlook seems bleak, but in these developments Negri and …
 
On this episode of Inner Experience we welcome in 2022 with our friend Chuck LeBlanc, a psychotherapist based in Canada and host of the Couch to Couch podcast, to talk about his therapeutic practice. Chuck takes us through his influences from the Positive Psychologist Carl Rogers to Gilles Deleuze and Alfred North Whitehead, and explains the method…
 
On this episode, we are joined by listener and philosophy student Rique to discuss his academic experience. We follow Rique through his intellectual and personal development as a student of philosophy. He discusses the importance of the relationships he’s developed with faculty and the process of applying to graduate programs. Also on the docket fo…
 
On this episode of Acid Horizon we are joined by Jason Read, a professor of philosophy at the University of Southern Maine, to discuss one of his essays on Spinoza and Marx. The title is 'The Order and Connection of Ideology Is the Same as the Order and Connection of Exploitation', and will appear in his forthcoming book Double Shift. In it, Read a…
 
In this special episode for the Zero Books YouTube Channel, Jules speaks to Professor Daniel Tutt about Friedrich Nietzsche. This conversation is against the backdrop of Domenico Losurdo's book "Nietzsche, the Aristocratic Rebel".About Daniel Tutt… Daniel's Twitter, Website Danie's Podcast, Jouissance VampiresAdditional Links… Zero Books YouTube Ch…
 
On this episode of Acid Horizon, we're joined by Professor Gary Genosko to discuss essays from Machinic Eros, a collection of Felix Guattari's writings and interviews from this cultural exchange trips to Japan. We explore notions of machinic value and machinic enslavement, as well as control societies and Guattari's enthusiasm for the Free Radio Mo…
 
Jules speaks with Labor Kyle about historiography. Kyle is a Historian, writer, video essayist, and podcaster. His work explores the intersections between continental philosophy, Marxism, and video games About Labor Kyle… Labor Kyle's Twitter, YouTube Labor Kyle's Podcast "All Gamers Are Bastards" Protean Magazine, "Monsters of the University" Addi…
 
Hey so I was making coffee and thought I'd redo this conversation that I had to take down before. Who is Frank Meyer? Michael Parenti - Super Patriotism vs Real Patriotism Know Your Enemy podcast about Frank Meyer Who is Aleksandr Dugin? Caleb Maupin denies that Aleksandr Dugin is a Fascist Other questionable things from Caleb Maupin Socialism 4 Al…
 
Fresh back from a brief hiatus last month, the Acid Horizon crew kick things off with the latest edition of Answers without Organs. In this episode Craig, Will, Matt, and Adam answer queries from patrons and twitter followers on such topics as: the use of psychoanalysis in political thought today, the meaning of philosophizing, getting critical the…
 
In this short episode, Adam reads his text "Demos, Kratos, Autos, Nomos: A Fragmentary Expenditure" in which he ruminates on the etymological origins of democracy, law, and of the power of people, distinct from its reification as 'The People', which grounds the notion of representative political institutions. Adam invites us to consider the distinc…
 
Jules (@realjulestaylor) speaks to journalist, musician, podcaster, and documentarian BZ Douglas (@BZDug) about his project State of Injustice (@stateinjustice). BZ Douglas is an independent investigative journalist based outside Cleveland, Ohio. His work focuses on police abuse, prosecutorial misconduct, and political corruption. Additional info /…
 
Let's talk about Foucault part 2 Jules is driving and having some thoughts about the philosopher Michel Foucault, as his projects relates to the project of Karl Marx. Cited in this episode are previous interviews with Gabriel Rockhill(episode 33) and Todd May(episode 16). The Philosophy of Foucault by Todd May The End of Policing by Alex Vitale In …
 
Let's talk about Foucault part 1 Jules is driving and having some thoughts about the philosopher Michel Foucault, as his projects relates to the project of Karl Marx. Cited in this episode are previous interviews with Gabriel Rockhill(episode 33) and Todd May(episode 16). The Philosophy of Foucault by Todd May The End of Policing by Alex Vitale In …
 
Thus far on No Easy Answers, I have not gotten too personal about my past and the things going on in my life. I think that all changed when I learned my mother's health was failing. I think in forming a go fund me for her dialysis treatment, that really opened the door to a new level of comfort I felt in disclosing very personal things about me and…
 
Hey y'all, Just a short announcement here that I'm switching up the show format. I have found that I'm really enjoying smaller episodes with spontaneous thoughts. Some listeners seem to really enjoy the cold open with no intro music, without the formality of the longer and more produced episodes. So I plan on posting more frequently, and I'll be re…
 
I was invited on the David Feldman Show by my friend and comrade Henry Hakamäki from the Guerilla History podcast. I was really happy to talk with Henry - and if you haven't checked out both Guerilla History and the David Feldman Show, I'd highly recommend checking those out. You can unlock the video for this episode at our Patreon! David Feldman's…
 
On this Halloween episode of Inner Experience, Craig, Will, and Adam are joined by Ted Hand (@t3dy), a researcher in and practitioner of the Tarot and related Esoteric matters of theory who hosts the series Tarot for the Soulless Materialist and Esoteric Beat. Ted joins the Inner Experience crew to explain the history of the tarot, its philosophica…
 
Today we’re joined by Dr Terry D. Thomson to discuss his work on Kant’s final, most esoteric, and most understudied philosophical work—his “chief achievement” as he called it—the Opus Postumum. This text is Kant’s attempt to radicalize his own philosophical process, rending the project of his three critiques from their ossifications as dogmas, and …
 
In this episode, Jules sits on his patio and talks about why there is no greater con than the American Dream. Links mentioned during this episode… Building dedication at South Texas Independent School District, speech by Jules Taylor Taxi Drivers Hunger Strike Working People Podcast interview with Jesus Alvarez The house my grandfather lived in GoF…
 
On this special Halloween episode of Acid Horizon, we're joined by Dr Jonathan Greenaway, whom you may know as the Youtube Video Essayist The Lit Crit Guy. Jon is also the cohost of the Horror Vanguard Podcast, and recent author of the text Theology, Horror and Fiction out on Bloomsbury press. Today, Jon joins us to discuss the prospects for a 'Got…
 
In this episode, Craig, Will, Matt, and Adam are joined by University of Vermont Professor Todd McGowan to discuss Hegel's concept of contradiction as he lays it out in his book, Emancipation After Hegel: Achieving a Contradictory Revolution. Throughout the latter part of the 20th century, Hegel's philosophy came to bear the stigma of a totalizing …
 
In this final episode of our crossover series with the boys over at the Acid Horizon Podcast, Jules speaks with Adam Jones, a doctoral researcher of the links between Hegel and Max Stirner. Additional Links Below… Adam on Twitter, Bandcamp, Website Acid Horizon Podcast, Twitter Max Stirner Wiki The Ego and Its Own, by Max Stirner Max Stirner by Sau…
 
On this episode of Acid Horizon, Craig, Will, and Adam have the privilege of being joined by Jules Joanne Gleeson, a theorist, comedian, historian, and contributor to recent Transgender Marxism collection, which she co-edited with fellow theorist and political economist Elle O’Rourke. Jules joins us today not only to discuss the project of a Transg…
 
In this episode, Will and Adam are joined by Sasha Warren from unsoundmind.org to discuss the work of critical psychiatrist R.D. Laing, focusing on the first part of his book "The Divided Self" and its notion of the ontological insecurity of the schizophrenic mode of experience. We explore Laing's phenomenological method, his formulations of the se…
 
On this episode, Craig and Will are joined by John Protevi to discuss his latest book, Edges of the State. Protevi challenges dominant notions in anthropological research and other human sciences with anarchic perspective informed by theorists such as Pierre Clastres, Gilles Deleuze, James C. Scott, and others. Central to our discussion is the ques…
 
The war in Afghanistan is over. On August 30th, military transport planes flew the last remaining soldiers out of Hamid Karzai International Airport. This marked the end of the longest war in United States history, coming to a close near the 20th anniversary of 9/11. In this episode, Jules speaks to David Parsons and Maximillian Alvarez, and they r…
 
This is your Inner Experience. On this episode we’re finally going through the text that inspired the origin of this show; George Bataille’s Torture, from his book ‘Inner Experience’. Craig, Will, and Adam sketch out the terminological landscape of Bataille’s project, tackling such concepts as ‘Salvation’ ‘Impossibility’, ‘Divinity’, ‘Sacrifice’, ‘…
 
In this episode, Jules speaks with Laura Jedeed about her latest article, "Afghanistan Meant Nothing". You can unlock the video for this episode at our Patreon. Additional Links Below… Laura Jedeed website, twitter, medium, patreon Afghanistan Meant Nothing by Laura Jedeed Laura Jedeed WAPO Article Laura Jedeed Thesis Vanessa Guillen, soldier at Fo…
 
In this episode we are joined by Matt Colquhoun and Natasha Eves to discuss Mark Fisher’s essay on the politics of British rave culture, "Baroque Sunbursts". What type of solidarity and mutual commitment can be achieved through such experiences? What is the relation between conformity, the productive logic of neoliberalism, and “mandatory individua…
 
We're continuing our crossover series with the guys over at the Acid Horizon Podcast. Will Conway (@emofoucault) joins us to discuss his latest article, "Thought, Disability, and Refusal". Additional links below… Will's Webpage, Twitter Will Conway, for Revolting Bodies "Thought, Disability, and Refusal" Acid Horizon Podcast Philosophers we spoke a…
 
On this episode, Adam and Will are joined by Stuart Elden to discuss his latest book, The Early Foucault. We discuss the academic experiences and personal relationships that were formative in the Foucault’s development as an intellectual. The conversation ranges from Foucault’s early interest in Hegelianism to the influence of Canguilhem, Hyppolite…
 
In this episode, Jules speaks with Craig from Acid Horizon and Daniel Barker, who listeners may remember from episode 19. This conversation about Nietzsche starts by making fun of Schopenhauer, then discussing Bonnie Tyler's Total Eclipse of the Heart, and finally Craig offers everyone a t-shirt. Additional links below… Craig's Twitter, Crit Drip D…
 
Jules speaks with Craig from Acid Horizon and the Deleuze & Guattari Quarantine Collective about music and theory. Acid Horizon Twitter, Podcast, Patreon Additional links below… Deleuze and Guattari Quarantine Collective Podcast Anti-Oedipus Gilles Deleuze Wiki Permanent Links Below… --- Follow us on Social Media: Twitter Facebook Medium Patreon --…
 
In the latest edition of our Concepts in Focus series, our resident Stirner researcher Adam gives an overview of his conclusions so far regarding the meaning of two of Stirner's key notions; The Unique, and the Creative Nothing. Here, Adam draws upon his doctoral research into Stirner's work as well as his historical roots in Hegelianism, Hegel's L…
 
Subscribe to Acid Horizon on Patreon: https://www.patreon.com/acidhorizonpodcast Merch: http://www.crit-drip.com On this episode of Inner Experience, Craig, Adam, and Will are joined by Micah, who is a grad student in the field of critical psychology. The focus of the discussion is the late American archetypal psychologist, James Hillman. Hillman’s…
 
In this special episode, Jules speaks with Professor Nate Holdren about his book Injury Impoverished: Workplace Accidents, Capitalism, and Law in the Progressive Era. Professor Holdren's book recently received an honorable mention for the Merle Curti Intellectual History Award, and Nate Holdren is a Marxist Historian and US Legal Historian at Drake…
 
Subscribe to Acid Horizon on Patreon: https://www.patreon.com/acidhorizonpodcast Merch: http://www.crit-drip.com On this episode of Acid Horizon we’re joined by educator and public philosopher Dr Gregory B. Sadler to discuss Nick Land’s Fanged Noumena. We talk about the historical trajectory of Land’s work, his critiques of Kant and redeployments o…
 
Jules speaks with Professor Ronald Beiner about his book Dangerous Minds: Nietzsche, Heidegger, and the Return of the Far Right. Ronald Beiner is Professor of Political Science at the University of Toronto. Contemporary far-right and neofascist movements continue to be inspired by these philosophers, and intellectually conscious fascists still hold…
 
In the final episode in our series about Fascism, Jules speaks with Professor Gabriel Rockhill about a series of articles he wrote called "Fascism - A Counter-History". Professor Rockhill speaks to the conjunctural, structural, and systemic aspects of Fascism from a materialist perspective, and how this method breaks with liberal notions of fascism…
 
On this episode, we discuss the second essay of Friedrich Nietzsche’s On the Genealogy of Morals and the question of the developmental origins of responsibility and conscience from the moral point of view. To bring responsibility under the knife, Nietzsche focuses on a paradigm case of morality playing itself out on the field of responsibility on t…
 
Jules speaks with Matthew Lowery, one of the cohosts of the Acid Horizon Podcast, about the political works of Carl Schmitt. This conversation is part 4 in the arch of this show, and would naturally follow after our previous episodes discussing Heidegger, Fascism, and Traditionalism. Matthew explains to us who Carl Schmitt was, why one would wish t…
 
On this special edition with Repeater Radio, Craig, Adam, Matt, and Will are joined by Graham Jones to discuss his podcast/project Red Enlightenment. This conversation ranges from the tension between conventional materialist and spirituality to the Spinoza and Mark Fisher. How does one make a case for a materialist spirituality? What are the politi…
 
"The Stranger", as they are known, visits Craig, Adam, and Will on this episode of Inner Experience. A psycho/schizoanalyst that some may know by the name DC Barker (tic) shares his approach and tools he implements in his practice. The discussion ranges from self-help gurus to accelerationism, from Freud to Tony Robbins. Craig shares an eerie dream…
 
Contribute to Acid Horizon: https://www.patreon.com/acidhorizonpodcast Merch: http://www.crit-drip.com A Reading of Georges Bataille's "The Solar Anus". Patrons enjoy readings such as these from time to time in addition to our regular contact. Please subscribe! Subscribe to us on Apple Podcasts: https://tinyurl.com/169wvvhi Happy Hour at Hippel's (…
 
What is a dispositif? Translated into English as “apparatus”, this term plays a crucial role in Foucault’s thought. In this episode, we explore Agamben’s genealogical treatment of this Foucauldian notion. His treatment takes him across Christian theology, Hegel, and more. Joining Craig, Adam, and Will is Yung Agamben from the D E C O D E podcast. O…
 
Jules speaks with Professor Richard Polt about the philosopher Martin Heidegger. Richard Polt is a Professor of Philosophy at Xavier University, and he is the author of several books on philosophy, including his most recent book, called Time and Trauma: Thinking Through Heidegger in the Thirties. Heidegger is a controversial figure in that he joine…
 
In this episode, Jules speaks with Benjamin Teitelbaum about his book War for Eternity. Professor Teitelbaum has conducted hours of in-person interviews with members of the far-right and Traditionalists who have positioned themselves in positions of geopolitical influence. Topics discussed include Aleksandr Dugin, Steve Bannon, Olavo de Carvalho, t…
 
In this monologue episode, Jules talks about the ways a secular society relocates the sacred to objects of liberal worship. Along the way, he speaks to the volatility of spirituality, in that vague senses of spirituality can lead one into other thoughts that are useful for inchoate fascism. Ultimately, he argues we must take seriously the ways in w…
 
In our episode on the non-philosophy of Laruelle, Jeremy mentioned a section from The Gay Science that was important to Laruelle's reading of Nietzsche. Verse 346 and the verses that precede it tie together many important strands in the Acid Horizon extended universe; they form a thread which runs through our episode on Laruelle and Deleuze's attac…
 
In this episode we talk with Jeremy R. Smith, co-editor of Oraxiom: A Journal of Non-Philosophy, a translator, and PhD candidate at the Centre for the Study of Theory & Criticism at Western University. Our discussion is pegged to an essay by the French philosopher Francois Laruelle titled 'Non-Philosophy as Heresy'. Together, we take on the concept…
 
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