Revolution and Ideology
History, Philosophy, Film, and Whatever Else We Feel Like Discussing
We discuss Part 4 of Albert Camus’ “The Rebel”, “Rebellion and Art”. In this section, Camus discusses the relationship between art, rebellion, and revolution. We also somehow end up discussing Harry Potter and the Hunger Games.
https://youtu.be/Z2IR15lDtTg We discuss Part 3 of Albert Camus' "The Rebel", Historical Rebellion. This is the section in which Camus provides his critique of totalitarianism, fascism, and Marxism. Other Resources: ✔CrimetInc. Against the Logic of the Guillotine:...
We discuss Part 2 of Albert Camus' "The Rebel" in which he analyses metaphysical rebellion. We cover the Marquis de Sade, Max Stirner, and Friedrich Nietzsche. See Part 1 of our discussion: https://youtu.be/xFj-S_BVK5w Related Videos: ✔ Steve Cutts - Man:...
We discuss the Introduction and Part 1 of Albert Camus' 1951 book "The Rebel." Related Videos: ✔The Myth of Sisyphus: https://youtu.be/HKoOeHr7kPE ✔Herbert Marcuse - One Dimensional Man:...
We discuss “What is a Nation?”, an 1882 lecture by French historian Ernest Renan
We discuss Albert Camus’ “The Myth of Sisyphus” and Absurdist philosophy.
We discuss Benedict Anderson’s 1983 work “Imagined Communities” specifically focusing on the origins of national consciousness.
We discuss the article “The Invention of American Tradition” by MJ Bowden.
We discuss the Netflix series “Squid Game” and whether or not the fact that it’s blatantly anticapitalist even matters.
We discuss the work “The Invention of Tradition” by famed historian Eric Hobsbawm.