• Further Reading

    14.10.2018

    Interview with the always interesting Jürgen Habermas. Steve Mithen reviews Who We Are and How We Got Here by David Reich. Machine learning confronts the elephant in the room. A new kind of neuron. Profile of and interview with Rick Owens. A new way to capture the brain’s electrical symphony. Andy Warhol's photography archive is now available online. Your gut is directly connected to your brain. Review of an exhibition and three new books by William Eggleston. An alternative urban green carpet. Brief introduction to Bertrand Russell. And more.

  • Low: Rome Always In The Dark

    14.10.2018

    I love this abstract music video. I understand that it's not to everyone's taste though.

  • Further Reading

    19.08.2018

    Physics needs philosophy. Yet another interesting account of the discovery of CRISPR. An alternative interpretation of the famous gorillas in our midst experiment. The big melt. There Is More to Behavioral Economics Than Biases and Fallacies. Ghosts of the Tsunami. Rachel Kushner on Cormac McCarthy's existential westerns. Michel Houellebecq's sexual distopia. California burning. Michael Freeden on the contemporary role of political theory. Chris Marker’s playful aesthetics. And more.

  • Aphex Twin: T69 Collapse

    19.08.2018

    I love this music video, especially the first two minutes.

  • Suzane: La Flemme

    03.06.2018

    I really enjoyed watching this music video. The dancing is fun and delightfully unpretentious. Of course, it helps that it is accompanied by a joyful song.