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Thinking The 2023 UK Local Elections In Real Time

The 2023 UK Local Elections - A Context of Unpopularity

Thinking The 2022 Midterms In Real Time

Talking Turnout and The 2022 Midterms

On Resisting Left Melancholy

On Kranzberg's First Law of Technology

On Urban Insurgency and State Security Force Ratios

On Transnational Repression

'The Reason of State' - Notes

On The 2022 Local Elections

On The 'Alt-Right' and 'Alt-Lite'

'On Bullsh*t' - Notes

Understanding Why Russia's Invasion of Ukraine is Illegal

On Conflict In 2022

On Democracy Disrupted - Notes on The Politics of Global Protest

The Curious Case of North Shropshire - By-Election 2021

Bodin's 'Revolution' in Relation to The English School's 'Revolutionism'

On Separating Art From Artist - The Immanence of Potentiality as a Human Amongst Others

On Attention and Just War - As Autumn Falls

Marvel-ous Purpose - Part Two - The MCU as 'Philosophy in Action'.

Marvel-ous Purpose - Part One - Political and Philosophical Discourse in Marvel Studios’ Loki.

English School Diaries - 'Introduction': Intervention in World Politics

Down The Playboyesque Rabbit Hole: Where is The Line Between Pornography And Art?

On Animation and ‘The Story’: Interpreting Kubo and The Two Strings

On Oakeshott's 'Rationalism in Politics': A Textualist Reading

Standing on All That Is Yet In The Past: Thoughts Towards a Political Hermeneutics

Isaiah Berlin on Morality, Determinism and Freedom: An Interview

On Gillette and 'The Best That Men Can Be': A Close Shave With Cultural Capitalism

To The Whetstone: On State Coercion and Oppression

On Nietzsche's 'Daybreak - Book One: §9'

The Original Meaning of 'Democracy'

On 'What is Populism?' and Müller's Seven Theses on Populism

Election 2021: A Horizon Scan of English County Council Elections, Scottish Assembly Elections, and Welsh Parliamentary Elections since 1997

English School Diaries - The Case For A Classical Approach

On Feminism as Tradition, Not Ideology

On March-ing

Some Thoughts on Birth and The Human Condition

'Society Must Be Defended' - On Lecture Two

On ISIS and The Question of Sovereignty

Storming The Capitol - Symptom or Antigen?

On Conflict in 2021

'Society Must Be Defended' - On Lecture One

The Crown as Non-Fiction - Kantorowicz and Netflix

On 'Macrosecuritisation', The Pandemic, and The United Nations

A 'Black Mirror World'? - Thoughts on The Politics of Humanism and Posthumanism

On Modern Political Sovereignty

Rudimentary Thoughts on 'The Trace'

On The Attainability of An Alternative - 'The Left', Neoliberalism, and The Chain of Equivalence

Social Media and The Public Space of Appearance

Voting as a Secular Political Eucharist and The Corpus Mysticum

'Chumocracy' and Liberal Democracy

Into The Space Between Spaces, Non-Place and Terrorism

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