And He was asking him, "What is your name?" And he said to Him, "My name is Multitude; for we are many."

I hate men I hate men because I like them. When you embrace queer feminism you cannot survive the cis-straight world anymore. There are no bridges, there is no possible way … Continue reading

24/11/2017 · Leave a comment

On what it means to be a woman.

On the question of what it means to be a woman, some radical feminists were quite categorical: womanhood is a form of oppression, it is a condition of subjection and … Continue reading

26/01/2017 · Leave a comment

The Mist of Life: Fiction & The Epistemology of Creation

“you will die and so will all those who read my story, all, all, all with no exception! Fictional beings, like me; the same as I am! You’ll all die, … Continue reading

12/01/2017 · Leave a comment

a poem

  Once I had a date With a published sociologist Who told me my research Wasn´t really REAL knowledge   He said that he believed I should be a great … Continue reading

19/05/2016 · Leave a comment

wtf is a chomsky

I am guessing most of you have already heard of this debate, but in case you haven’t seen it, and for those who haven’t heard of it, I thought it … Continue reading

24/04/2016 · 2 Comments

Man & His Monsters – IV Marginality & Representation

None are better situated to tell us about this than the monsters of our stories. For centuries they have lived, and live still, in the edges of our knowledge, in … Continue reading

22/04/2016 · Leave a comment

Man & His Monsters – III Man

Monsters played an important role in the play of tensions and demarcations of the dichotomies that were more important for the justification of the place of Man: the role that … Continue reading

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Man & His Monsters – II Natura Artifex

It was when the Christian Man established the possibility of creating automatic engines, there on the verge of the Renaissance, when Man as Artisan was able to make things with … Continue reading

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Man & His Monsters – I Divine Monsters

Monsters occupied the margins of our lands, books, and cathedrals because margins are the cartographic mark of the Other, the boundaries that limit Our world, and hence hint the existence … Continue reading

22/04/2016 · 4 Comments