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Coming Revolution, The by Ben Reynolds

Coming Revolution, The

Capitalism in the 21st Century

Ben Reynolds

Jun 2018

A technological revolution is driving capitalism toward crisis and collapse – can our society evolve in time to rescue the future?

Capitalism vs. Freedom by Rob Larson

Capitalism vs. Freedom

The Toll Road to Serfdom

Rob Larson

Jun 2018

A single-handed debunking of libertarian economics and "the age of Friedman".

Coming From Nothing by Matthew McKeever

Coming From Nothing

A Thought Experiment Novella

Matthew McKeever

May 2018

A tragi-comic philosophical novella about how the internet is reshaping our notions of personal identity.

Continuity and Rupture by J. Moufawad-Paul

Continuity and Rupture

Philosophy in the Maoist Terrain

J. Moufawad-Paul

Dec 2016

A philosophical examination of the theoretical terrain of contemporary Maoism premised on the counter-intuitive assumption that Maoism did not emerge as a coherent theory until the end of the 1980s.

Colloquium: Sound Art and Music by Thomas Gardner, Salomé Voegelin

Colloquium: Sound Art and Music

Thomas Gardner
Salomé Voegelin

Sep 2016

Declares the relationship between sound art and music “colloquial”: spoken and accessible, rather than locked behind disciplinary boundaries.

Centring the Margins: Essays and Reviews by Jeff Bursey

Centring the Margins: Essays and Reviews

Jeff Bursey

Jul 2016

Neglected and obscure writers are at the fore in this incisive collection of critical essays.

Can Architecture Be an Emancipatory Project? by Nadir Z. Lahiji

Can Architecture Be an Emancipatory Project?

Dialogues on Architecture and the Left

Nadir Z. Lahiji

Mar 2016

Can architectural discourse rethink itself in terms of a radical emancipatory project? And if so, what would be the contours of such a discourse?

Creepiness by Adam Kotsko

Creepiness

Adam Kotsko

Feb 2015

A sequel to Awkwardness and Why We Love Sociopaths, Creepiness explores popular culture to examine the worst character trait of all.

Cartographies of the Absolute by Jeffrey Kinkle, Alberto Toscano

Cartographies of the Absolute

Jeffrey Kinkle
Alberto Toscano

Feb 2015

An aesthetics of the economy for the twenty-first century.

Cyber Disobedience by Jeff Shantz, Jordon Tomblin

Cyber Disobedience

Re://Presenting Online Anarchy

Jeff Shantz
Jordon Tomblin

Nov 2014

Few activities have captured the contemporary popular imagination as hacking and online activism, from Anonymous and beyond. Few political ideas have gained more notoriety recently than anarchism. Yet both remain misunderstood and much maligned.

Chaos Ethics by Chris Bateman

Chaos Ethics

Chris Bateman

Sep 2014

Facing ethical disaster perhaps what we need isn't moral law but moral chaos.

Capitalised Education by David R. Cole

Capitalised Education

An immanent materialist account of Kate Middleton

David R. Cole

Jun 2014

Understanding how Kate Middleton can be conceived in the current geopolitical situation

Claude Cahun by Gavin James Bower

Claude Cahun

The Soldier with No Name

Gavin James Bower

Aug 2013

Claude Cahun is the most important artist you've never heard of - until now.

Can The Market Speak? by Campbell Jones

Can The Market Speak?

Campbell Jones

Apr 2013

This book attacks the ideological foundations of capitalism, starting with the mystifications surrounding the idea of ‘the market’.

Clampdown by Rhian E. Jones

Clampdown

Pop-cultural wars on class and gender

Rhian E. Jones

Mar 2013

Class and gender in Britpop and after, and why 'chav' is a feminist issue.

Capitalist Superheroes  by Dan Hassler-Forest

Capitalist Superheroes

Caped Crusaders in the Neoliberal Age

Dan Hassler-Forest

Dec 2012

The blockbuster superhero movie: popular entertainment or capitalist propaganda? This book investigates the 21st-century superhero's underlying political agenda.  

Color, Facture, Art and Design by Iona Singh

Color, Facture, Art and Design

Artistic Technique and the Precisions of Human Perception

Iona Singh

Oct 2012

How is technique political?

Capitalist Realism by Mark Fisher

Capitalist Realism

Is there no alternative?

Mark Fisher

Nov 2009

An analysis of the ways in which capitalism has presented itself as the only realistic political-economic system.

Cloud Time by Rob Coley, Dean Lockwood

Cloud Time

Rob Coley
Dean Lockwood

Apr 2012

This book maps capitalisms mobilization of cloud computing in its bid to archive and enclose the future.

Continental Realism by Paul J. Ennis

Continental Realism

Paul J. Ennis

May 2011

In Continental Realism Paul Ennis tackles the rise of realist metaphysics in contemporary continental philosophy.

Combined and Uneven Apocalypse by Evan Calder Williams

Combined and Uneven Apocalypse

Luciferian Marxism

Evan Calder Williams

Apr 2011

From salvagepunk to zombie hordes, wastelands to plagued cities, Combined and Uneven Apocalypse grapples with the apocalyptic fantasies of our collapsing era.

Circus Philosophicus by Graham Harman

Circus Philosophicus

Graham Harman

Nov 2010

Platonic myth meets American noir in this haunting collection of philosophical images, from gigantic Ferris wheels to offshore drilling rigs.

Classless by Carl Neville

Classless

Recent Essays on British Film

Carl Neville

Oct 2010

Why nobody who knows Britain recognises the Britain represented in British films.A general-interest, polemical book on contemporary British Cinema that focuses heavily on cult movies like "Withnail and I" and "Sexy Beast" both of which have committed audi

Cold World by Dominic Fox

Cold World

The aesthetics of dejection and the politics of militant dysphoria

Dominic Fox

Sep 2009

A scintillating critical survey of the "cold worlds" of Romantic poetry, black metal, teenage angst and terrorism.

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