Daniel Tutt provides a Lacanian Perspective on Black Lives Matter via Sheldon George, Fanon and others.
Stuart Bennett on the why the current crisis means it real is time to start playing the blame game.
Daniel Bristow reads Joker via Simone de Beauvoir, considering its relationship to class consciousness.
London, a soggy spring morning. Indifferent commuter faces insipidly glow under the white glare of mobile phone screens, and tired eyes glaze over as soft beats hum through wireless headphones...
Lucas Ballestín on the connections between the fashion industry and psychoanalysis, confronting why desire itself appears.
Daniel Bristow discusses the old gags of psychoanalysis, the comedy of Brexit, and Mark Fisher.
Eliot Rosenstock discusses Warren's bizarre DNA test, and how it relates to the architecture of neoliberalism.
Isabel Millar considers arguments for and against sex robots, and whether they confront the famous Lacanian maxim that "there is no sexual relation."