Monthly Archives: March 2022

Hi everyone,

So, as is probably obvious, I don’t write on this blog anymore. Since creating it in 2012, it has outlived its usefulness. Although, I never really was able to nail down its purpose. After all, this is a blog whose name comes from one of my favorite poems, but specializes in history and philosophy, and a bit of everything.

In short, I’m not going to be publishing anything on this blog anymore. I’m still going to leave all my posts up though, of course. It documents much of what I’ve written since I was 16 years old, starting out on Blogger and then migrating to WordPress. I kept up this blog throughout my early undergraduate years, although the activity waned after 2013/14.

Honestly, I have not read it all through since, but I probably do not agree with much of it anymore. So, don’t hold me to opinions written almost a decade ago! I was still writing all this while, just not publishing. Maybe that’s a good thing.

What’s Next?

Going forward, I will be writing almost exclusively on my newsletter Novum via Substack. Novum explores the great transformations upending our world on three different levels: the global, the state, and the social. I suggest you read my About Page for a more detailed explanation.

Since I can’t embed it on WordPress without buying some add-on, just click the photo below to take you to my newsletter.

This newsletter is definitely more serious than this blog ever was, and I hope you’ll come along on this journey with me and subscribe. Every reader is so important to me.


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YesterYear Once More

Life as it was reported back then

Victor Serge's Ghost

"One must range oneself actively against everything that diminishes man, and involve oneself in all struggles which tend to liberate and enlarge him"

Collecting Russian Art

20th century Russian art and its uniqueness

Communist League Tampa

proletarians of the world, unite!

Mosul Eye

To Put Mosul on the Global Map


Thai politics

Yanis Varoufakis


Fractal Ontology

refracting theory: politics, cybernetics, philosophy

The Disorder Of Things

For the Relentless Criticism of All Existing Conditions Since 2010

United States Hypocrisy

Analyzing the American empire and its failure to live up to its high-minded rhetoric

Valentino's blog

A blog about visual arts (well, mostly...)

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aequilibrium movere


a research practice working at the intersection of architecture, technology, art and ecological pedagogy

Paths to Utopia

scattered reflections on politics for our time


It's Evelyn, It's Ecology, all in one convenient package

John Riddell


Idiot Joy Showland

This is why I hate intellectuals

All that is Solid for Glenn Rikowski

All that is Solid ... is a radical blog that seeks to promote a future beyond capital's social universe. "All that is solid melts into air" (Karl Marx and Friedrich Engels, 'The Communist Manifesto', 1848).

Symptomatic Commentary

Notes, Interviews, and Commentary on Art, Education, Poetics, and Culture

The View East

Central and Eastern Europe, Past and Present.


Russia, the West, and the world

Uneven And Combined Development

theorising the international

Bezbozhnik - безбожник

On anti-religious propaganda in the early USSR, with some disgressions on the Russian Soul.

Nationalism Studies

Monitoring the Changing World

Old Woman on a Bicycle

My Photography, Mostly

Sráid Marx

An Irish Marxist Blog

Pedagogy & the Inhumanities

Pedagogic nihilism fights a windmill battle against international capital

Peter Marcuse's Blog

Critical planning and other thoughts

communists in situ

leberwurst proletariat

People and Nature

Some socialist ideas about society, the earth and their interaction

Clio Ancient Art & Antiquities

Exploring the world of antiquities dealing, collecting, heritage issues and a bit of archaeological travel


Something always escapes!

New Historical Express

(Formerly Hatful of History)

RedneckRevolt Blog

Dave Strano | Anti-fascist | Anti-racist | Gunslinger

Words As Intervention

Anthropological Reflections

"And you shall teach this to your children"

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