Category Archives: Deconstruction

Manifesto of the International Necronautical Society (‘INS’)

Above is an image of the first INS manifesto, which was published in 1999 in The (London) Times. The INS is a ‘semi-fictional’ organization. Here is a link to their website. The novelist Tom McCarthy  (General Secretary, INS) interviews the philosopher … Continue reading

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Review of Harley

Here is a review of J.B. Harley’s work. The review also discusses Denis Cosgrove’s book Apollo’s Eye: A Cartographic Genealogy of the Earth in the Western Imagination, which people might be interested in reading. The review was published in the London Review … Continue reading

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“Deconstructing the Map”

Here is a link to download J.B. Harley’s “Deconstructing the Map,” which we’ll be discussing on September 13. I thought people might be interested in reading a review James Wood wrote of David Foster Wallace’s short story collection Oblivion alongside … Continue reading

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