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Red Library: A Political Education Podcast for Today's Left

Sep 29, 2019

Comrade Commissar Don uses his Gorilla Mindset to dominate the politico-historical field of this episode.

Lecture 10 of Foucault's Society Must Be Defended lecture series focuses on the differences between nation and states, THE DIALECTIC, the bourgeoisie, and setting up the final lecture in the book.


Sep 22, 2019

Real Late Night Philosophy Hourz starring Comrade Alex and Comrade Adam continue...

Tune in to part 2 of our discussion on Alain Badiou's Philosophy for Militants to hear about Badiou's idea of Events and their role in history, the 4 domains of philosophy, democracy, Jeffrey Epstein learning math with The...

Sep 15, 2019

It's time for Real Late Night Philosophy Hourz on Red Library.

Comrade Alex makes his triumphant return to the library to discuss Philosophy for Militants, a book on the relationship between philosophy and politics by French Communist/psychoanalytic philosopher, Alain Badiou. This first of two parts focuses on Badiou's...

Sep 8, 2019

Part 2 of Red Library's Revolutionary Politics in Central and South America Series

Comrade/Professor Noah de Lissovoy returns to Red Library this week to discuss Pedagogy of the Oppressed, the hugely influential work by Brazilian critical educator and Marxist, Paulo Freire.

We talk in-depth about Freire's teaching...

Sep 1, 2019

More smoking hot Micky Foucault action is coming at you this week with lecture 9 of his lecture series, Society Must Be Defended.

 We cover a wide range of topics including the cyclical nature of revolutions, savagery and barbarism, the French Revolution, and more!

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