LCM – Philip Mirowski and the thirteen commandments of Neoliberalism

LCM – Philip Mirowski and the thirteen commandments of Neoliberalism Not a set reading but a helpful break down from philosopher of economics Philip Mirowski in understanding our contemporary political situation. The Seminar this week and next will be covering the lectures this semester and a essay question clinic Advertisements

LCM – Music and Ideology 2 – Foucault and Boulez Reading for Lecture 7

LCM – Music and Ideology 2 – Foucault and Boulez Reading for Lecture 7 While this is not about feminism or in the strict sense ‘Historical Ideologies’ Foucault is key thinker in the the foundation of both fields and s the reading for the next seminar is his 1985 article from Perspectives of New Music  written […]

LCM – On The Fetish Character of Music and the Regression of Listening – Reading for Lecture 5

LCM – On The Fetish Character of Music and the Regression of Listening – Reading for Lecture 5 LCM – On The Fetish Character of Music and the Regression of Listening – Reading for Lecture 5. Theodor Adorno’s Examination of the changing relationship to music within the Culture Industry and its consequences for listening and […]

LCM – The Culture Industry: Enlightenment as Mass Deception, – Adorno & Horkheimer

LCM – The Culture Industry: Enlightenment as Mass Deception, – Adorno & Horkheimer To long to set as a class reading I fear but an important essay on the way we have been consuming art and media for the last century. Adorno and Horkheimer’s The Culture Industry: Enlightenment as Mass Deception, from Dialectic of Enlightenment.