‘How much philosophical hay can be made with an empirical scythe?’ A review of Ruth Leys’ The Ascent of Affect

Image from Unsplash.com How should thinkers across the disciplines conceptualise emotional life? What role do theories and histories of affect play in how we conceptualise cultural analysis, or in how we

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Making Space for Self-Harm

Introducing the make space project, a user-led initiative dedicate to thinking more critically and care-fully about self-harm. Make space is a user-led initiative creating spaces for more courageous, nuanced, and

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Private Islands in COVID-19

Lottie Hughes reflects on the public, the private - and Kim Kardashian - during the COVID-19 pandemic

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‘Look Out for Changes in Behaviour’: Encephalitis Lethargica and COVID-19

Kate McAllister reflects on parallels between COVID-19 and the early twentieth century epidemic of Encephalitis Lethargica.

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