Monthly Archives: November 2015

Look who’s talking?

Little needs to be said among the very young or the very old. Advertisements

Identification and selfhood.

Our selves are always more and less than the identities we already more or less assume.

Socrates.

He was in perfect harmony with himself and in perpetual conflict with others.

Ideology is lodged in habits, postures, and affects.

Its form is the very opposition of a “system of ideas”; its content expresses what cannot be formulated as “ideas.”

We interrupt each other all the time in ordinary conversation.

It is the extraordinary disruption of the possibility of ordinary conversation that holds both promise and peril.

Everyone is feeding you lines.

The only difference is that my lines are tasty.

A romance for no ages.

Pop culture likes to turn events of world historical significance into the backdrop for petty dramas that properly concern two people.