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Marxist theorist, literary critic, military leader and exiled opponent of Stalin, Leon Trotsky is one of the most important figures of 20th century Marxism. But how are Trotsky's ideas being lived out today by revolutionary socialists? To help us understand Trotskyism, its history and legacy today we are joined by Ian Parker, Lacanian psychoanalyst…
 
We are joined by philosophers Robert Boncardo and Bryan Cooke to discuss the philosophical and political thought of Alain Badiou. Boncardo and Cooke's research is shedding light on how Badiou's concrete political militancy from 1969 - 1981 shaped his first major work Theory of the Subject (1982). We discuss the communist group Badiou was part of fr…
 
We continue to probe Nietzsche and Nietzsche/anism, picking up on some problems and questions that were opened in our last interview with Geoff Waite. We begin with a reading of Nietzsche from two radically different positions: Georges Bataille and György Lukács. We then go on to discuss Nietzsche and Marx, consciousness, antihumanism, antiphilosop…
 
We seek relief from our "Nietzsche fever" with Nietzsche scholar Geoff Waite, professor of German Studies at Cornell University. How does one go about reading Nietzsche? How does one get out of Nietzsche's system, and not fall into its abyss? The influence of Nietzsche is arguably more profound than even Freud or Marx. Nietzsche/anism has "won" in …
 
We are joined by writer and thinker Cynthia Cruz for a heartfelt and real conversation about the working class. Cynthia has written an incredible new book called The Melancholia of Class: A Manifesto for the Working Class (Repeater Books, 2021). We discuss the experiences of being working class, of leaving one's class roots, alienation, working cla…
 
Daniel (@danieltutt) and Mike (@mcrumps) are joined by Bonni Rambatan (@bonni07) and Jacob Johanssen (@Jacob_PhD) to discuss their forthcoming book Event Horizon: Sexuality, Politics, Online Culture, and the Limits of Capitalism. We discuss Bonni and Jacob's theory of online culture, a Lacanian analysis of social media, trolling, incels, and a theo…
 
Join us for an in depth and heartfelt conversation on contemporary Islamic spirituality and politics with Dr. Walaa Quisay, Ph.D. University of Oxford. Dr. Quisay's research looks at the Neo-Traditionalist Islamic movement, one of the most prominent Islamic intellectual and spiritual movements in the west. In this interview, co-host Daniel Tutt (@d…
 
Daniel and Mike are joined by poet and philosopher Tim Lavenz (https://fragilekeys.com) to discuss the mysteries of poetry. What exactly is the 'old quarrel' between philosophy and poetry? What is the mystery of poetry? What are poetry's limitations: what can't it do or decide? Bio for Tim Lavenz: Tim has many creative essays on the topic of poetry…
 
Daniel interviews Daniel Lopez, Jacobin Editor and author of Lukács: Praxis and the Absolute https://brill.com/view/title/56328 Topics of Discussion Include: Who is Lukács, and his revival, introductions. Lukács the Worldview Marxist (also what is Worldview Marxism?), The proletariat today, A bio of Lukács, Faith and Praxis, Reification, Moralism, …
 
.@mcrumps and @DanielTutt meet in the Vampire Bunker for an episode of catching up and chatting. Chatting about what? Well, the ruins of the Trump era, covering everything from the public sphere, the potential end of austerity, Bernie's Mittens, and the absolute state of the right, to how posting has changed and how it has changed us (or not), clas…
 
.@DanielTutt and @mcrumps talk brass tacks with Mari Ruti, philosopher and author of many books including ‘Penis Envy and Other Bad Feelings’ In this episode they discuss Ruti’s influences, her project more generally, Lacan, hurdles to teaching theory, Jordan Peterson, lack, the Sinthome, paranoid vs reparative modes of reading, the problem with se…
 
@DanielTutt interviews Adam Bartlett, where they discuss- Ruminations on Australia and personal recollections, discussion on Adam’s book on Badiou and Plato: unpacking sophism, badiou’s reading of plato, representational thinking, the republic, ‘the event’, the allegory of the cave, Badiou’s Philosophy, and ‘neoliberalism’ Read "Badiou and Plato" b…
 
@DanielTutt and @mcrumps interview @FSmecker and @DrSeanWitters on the phenomena known as 'Qanon'. In this episode we discuss: alcoholics anonymous and alanon, Qanon as addicts, addicts as symptoms of capitalism, the anti-steps to success, anti anti-fascism, L Ron Hubbard, castration, Q and violence, and post trump bonapartism. As well, a ship gets…
 
@DanielTutt interviews Ishay Landa, author of The Apprentice's Sorcerer: Liberal Tradition and Fascism, Fascism and the Masses: The Revolt Against the Last Humans, The Overman in the Marketplace: Nietzschean Heroism in Popular Culture and player of the harmonica! Part 2 of this 2 part episode focuses on Landa’s work on Nietzsche, Nietzsche’s politi…
 
@DanielTutt interviews Ishay Landa, author of The Apprentice's Sorcerer: Liberal Tradition and Fascism, Fascism and the Masses: The Revolt Against the Last Humans, The Overman in the Marketplace: Nietzschean Heroism in Popular Culture and player of the harmonica! Part 1 of this 2 part episode focuses on Fascism and liberalism, neoliberalism vs libe…
 
@DanielTutt and @mcrumps interview author Phil Neel on his book ‘Hinterland’, talking about his life, experiences and the process that led to writing ‘Hinterland’. Part 3 of this 3-part special focuses on- The Party of Anarchy, Badiou, what it’s like to be a communist in public, and life in the Pacific-Northwest Song: "Nighttime in the Switching Ya…
 
@DanielTutt and @mcrumps interview author Phil Neel on his book ‘Hinterland’, talking about his life, experiences and the process that led to writing ‘Hinterland’. Part 2 of this 3 part special focuses on the impossibility of Red-brown alliance, the composition of the hinterland, generational conflict, the 'Neel framework' and Camatte, and 'feral i…
 
@DanielTutt and @mcrumps interview author Phil Neel on his book ‘Hinterland’, talking about his life, experiences and the process that led to writing ‘Hinterland’. Part 1 of this 3 part special focuses on comparing the Chinese and American hinterlands, the meaning of hinterland, the new suburbs and the proletariat, the logistics economy, and the fa…
 
History repeating itself again, life on other planets, science fiction, vampires?! Is this an episode of the twilight zone? No, it’s Jouissance Vampires, back at it again, this time in an interview with Laurence Rickels, literary and media theorist and author of Nazi Psychoanalysis as well as the upcoming work Critique of Fantasy.…
 
Originally recorded during the Jouissance Vampires twitch stream featuring commiseration over Sanders loss, the machinations of our political class, featuring our first guest the incredible Gabriel Tupinambá (@gtupinamba) who answers your questions, and gives his perspective of psychoanalysis and Lacanian thought.…
 
In this 'seminar' (lol) we discuss big tobacco and big Oedipus's vape ban, propaganda and global warming, Bernie (as per usual) and Warren and ‘society’ and Trumpism and the coming integralist menace (🤔), the discourse and white supremacy, class and race, falsity of meritocracy and, the US Empire but woke (jk?)…
 
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