Extraordinary democracy is democracy’s aristocratic moment; ordinary democracy is democracy’s democratic moment.
Quaint self-help for the bourgeois reading public that may have worked before 2008.
You can compromise between distinctiveness and commonality; you cannot compromise between distinctiveness and genoicide.
The other of racism is meritocracy; the opposite of racism is equality.
Is the diagnosis of pathology pathological?
Maybe I don’t. Then again, the amount of things I don’t do could fill a library.
Is our basic political capacity speech/action or work/production?
The language of the oppressor is not always the language of oppression.
“What is” contains not only “what was” and “what will be,” but also “what could be” and even “what could have been.”
There are only two ways to age—badly or well.