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A random post on immanence, love and Sefton Park Boating Lake (!)

I follow The Secret Life of Smithdown Road on Facebook, as they occasionally post interesting images and thoughts on the neighbourhood I live in. They just posted this image of one of the old rowing boats from Sefton Park’s boating … Continue reading

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So, this didn’t work the first time – a link to the Understanding Society blog, which posted on assemblage last week. Thanks to Clive Barnett for tweeting this a few days ago

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Deleuze and Politics

Just got Nathan Widder’s Political Theory after Deleuze today, and am looking forward to reading it. I’ve been thinking quite a bit recently about what the limits to Deleuze’s thought are for politics – particularly in regards to how Deleuze’s … Continue reading

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