J.A. Smith reflects on a book that keeps getting more relevant the stupider politics becomes. Authentocrats: Culture, Politics and the New Seriousness was published by Repeater Books last year.
Eliot Rosenstock discusses Warren's bizarre DNA test, and how it relates to the architecture of neoliberalism.
Isabel Millar on why its really Mary Berry and her cakes to blame for the great Brexit swindle.
Are we being taught to forget our Marx?
Brexit ought to be Britain’s reckoning with its history, but also its deeply undemocratic constitution, argues Adam Ganz.
In light of Google’s Stadia, Marijam Didžgalvytė discusses the possibilities for changing the modes of production in the videogaming industry, via Walter Benjamin.
Isabel Millar considers arguments for and against sex robots, and whether they confront the famous Lacanian maxim that "there is no sexual relation."