I Am Right About Literally Everything

By Kenneth Quek What would you think if I said I thought that my every belief was correct? I imagine it might sound pretty arrogant. But what if I told you that, on pain of contradiction, I had no choice but to believe my every belief was correct? This is, in essence, the dilemma thatContinue reading “I Am Right About Literally Everything”

Resisting Responsibility

The journey to accepting our freedom during a pandemic  This article is part of the Time Capsule 2020 project, click here to find out more. by Toby Tremlett “I don’t choose to exist, but I am. An absurdity which is responsible for itself, that’s exactly what I am” The Blood of Others; pg 108, Simone de BeauvoirContinue reading “Resisting Responsibility”

The Virus of Control

 by August Leo Liljenberg “The man of control is undulatory, in orbit, in a continuous network. Everywhere surfing has already replaced the older sports” – Giles Deleuze, Postscripts on the Societies of Control You are unsure what day of the week it is. Your sleep tracking app informs you that you had mild sleep disturbancesContinue reading “The Virus of Control”

To Have or to Be? Remembering what truly matters during the year 2020

By Luke Valentine In the wake of the Covid-19 pandemic, many people around the world have grappled with the sudden rise in restrictions imposed upon society. As such, following the general uncertainty about life in the aftermath, we as individuals and as a species must ask the two following questions ‘What does it mean toContinue reading “To Have or to Be? Remembering what truly matters during the year 2020”

Jordan Peterson, Lobster Philosophy and the Limits of Individualism

This article is part of the Time Capsule 2020 project, click here to find out more. by Jessica Corne Am not I  A fly like thee? Or art not thou A man like me?  The Fly, Blake (1794) A man dons a mask and his face grows to fit it   Shooting the Elephant, Orwell (1936)Continue reading “Jordan Peterson, Lobster Philosophy and the Limits of Individualism”