1 May, 2013
"It will always be a fault not to read and reread and discuss Marx-which is to say also a few others-and to go beyond scholarly "reading" or "discussion." It will be more and more a fault, a failing of theoretical, philosophical, political responsibility. When the dogma machine and the "Marxist" ideological apparatuses (States. parties. cells. unions. and other places of doctrinal production) are in the process of disappearing, we no longer have any excuse, only alibis for turning away from this responsibility. There will be no future without this, not without Marx. No future without Marx, without the memory and the inheritance of Marx: in any case of a certain Marx, of his genius, of at least one of his spirits. For this will be our hypothesis or rather our bias: there is more than one of them, there must be more than one of them."
—Derrida, Specters of Marx, 14
ALL YOU FOOLS ACT LIKE THE NEO-LIBERAL GLOBALIZED MARKETS AIN’T THE MOST FULLY FORMED MANIFESTATION OF WORDS THIS DAMN OLD GHOST ONCE SPOKE OF AND GAVE FORM 2.