Henry A. Giroux: Beyond the Spectacle of Neoliberal Misery and Violence in the Age of Terrorism

The quest to merely survive is now legitimated through spectacles of violence that misdirect moral and political outrage into entertainment and the abyss of a moral coma. Instead of responding to crises with the desire to correct a wrong and reimagine a different future, all that appears to be left in American culture is the desire to merely survive in the face of endless representations of state and non-state violence.

Ira Chernus: Apocalypses Everywhere — Is There Any Hope in an Era Filled with Gloom and Doom?

 Tomgram:  Ira Chernus, What Ever Happened to Plain Old Apocalypse? By Ira Chernus  TomDispatch.com  February 25, 2014 Read Tom Engelhardt's introduction here. Wherever we Americans look, the threat of apocalypse stares back at us. Two clouds of genuine doom still darken our world: nuclear extermination and environmental extinction. If they got the urgent action they deserve, they would be More

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