Journalism under hybrid politics

by Kjetil Selvik, Jacob Høigilt Only a few years ago, Tunisia was the freest country in the Arab world, with a flourishing media scene. Journalists were scrambling to reinvent their role in the public sphere that emerged after the Jasmine…

Phenomenology of regular spirit

The phrase "phenomenology of regular spirit” rolled off the tongue easily, quickly, and thoughtlessly. How else would one distinguish between two books with such similar titles? Hegel’s Phenomenology of Spirit, that text that needs no introduction and our text, Phenomenology of Black Spirit. But in the invisible regularity of calling Hegel’s text “regular,” we were reminded of how irregular Blackness and Black people are and have been.
An embroidery of a globe, and an open book, with the words 'World Peace Through Law'

Kelsenians, war and peace are calling (yet again)

by Robert Schuett I often get asked: ‘What would Hans Kelsen say about the state of democracy and world politics today?’ ‘How do we make sense of Carl Schmitt’s comeback in the twenty-first century?’ And ‘considering President Vladimir Putin’s war…