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Ghosts of My Life This Collection Of Writings By Mark Fisher, Author Of The Acclaimed Capitalist Realism, Argues That We Are Haunted By Futures That Failed To Happen Fisher Searches For The Traces Of These Lost Futures In The Work Of David Peace, John Le Carre, Christopher Nolan, Joy Division, Burial And Many Others.

About the Author: Mark Fisher

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10 thoughts on “Ghosts of My Life

  1. says:

    Having read Ghosts of My Life, I now know hauntology refers to the psychological state of being haunted by a future that, for one reason or another, never arrived in one of modernity s many vacant slots It s a bitcomplicated than that though, and if some Deleuzian theoretician cornere

  2. says:

    A collection of essays on the lost futures of popular culture in the face of neoliberalism and capitalist realism Not being a pop culture aficionado like Fisher, a lot of the music history went over my head I learnedabout the underground British experimental hip hop scene of the 1990s than I c

  3. says:

    A collection of blog posts and short essays from the past 10 years or so, loosely connected around the notion of hauntology , which Fisher takes from Derrida s Specters Of Marx although the word first appeared in Christine Brooke Rose s Amalgamemnon in 1984 This contains some interesting views on, amon

  4. says:

    I bought this after enjoying Capitalist Realism and having followed the author s blog k punk on and off for a number of years This is actually a compilation of writings published there and for other magazines and websites, and I think some of it was familiar to me, but there was nothing here that I minded re re

  5. says:

    I bought this a while back, and sadly didn t get to it until Mark s death this year I was an avid reader of his old blog k punk for years, so the quality of the essays here don t surprise me at all, but as someone who hadn t had a chance to read his work in years at this point it was such a joy to hear his voice again P

  6. says:

    A diferencia de Capitalism realism, un libro algo desenfocado, en Ghosts of my life Fisher dirige su atenci n a un campo de fen menos extremadamente extenso, pero bien declarado Se enfoca en el peso en lo que ya no es y lo que todav a no el correlato hauntol gico al ser y no ser El concepto es de Derrida, autor del que Fisher to

  7. says:

    A powerful book and worth the time to read it But it does feature essays that are too self standing for my liking However there are resonant sentences about time, space and nostalgia to render the book of value.If you are in...

  8. says:

    dnf on page 98 Fisher was an astounding writer, but I m just not enjoying this.

  9. says:

    Don t be fooled, this is just a reprint The ghosts of Mark Fisher s life are actually blogs, mostly from his old k punk journal, which you can read for free online Or print out at the library The only thing to recommend Blogs of My Life as a physical book, besides the nice teal cover, is the introduction, written specifically for this volume To be fair it

  10. says:

    It s clear to me that now the period from roughly 2003 to the present will be recognised not in the far distant future, but very soon as the worst period for popular culture since the 1950s.A collection of essays and interviews, mostly from k punk and Wired with a focus on UK electronic music The red thread through all of this is the concept of hauntology, when yo

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