Marc Farrant concocts a philosophy for the time being out of the mess of Brexit.
In a week which will see a new Prime Minister emerge, Everyday Analysis editors Ben Moore and Daniel Bristow reflect on the aftermath of the European Elections and what influence they are having on UK politics today.
Mike Watson discusses the Venice Biennale's treatment of art and nation, and its role in the exclusion of non-westerners from the profits of empire
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.
Isabel Millar discuss the Instagram-friendly bible in a Lacanian reading of how science, religion and capitalism appear as allies today.
Izzy Dann argues that Will Self's aversion to normal stuff shows a lot more about neoliberalism (and himself) than it does about the things we like to criticize.