dystopia

We're obsessed with grim environmental tales, but most of them miss the point.
As we prepare to return to the world of "Blade Runner," there are a few lingering questions from the original film.
Donald Trump and the triumph of anti-politics.
Cross-posted from TomDispatch.com Dystopian, yes. Unimaginable, no. In fact, a version of our present moment was imagined
Can we stop feeling quite so helpless and hopeless in a world on the skids?
To pretend that this couldn’t happen here is absurd. It's already happening here.
"It’s sort of a rogue time-traveling CNN operative warning us from the future," says the man behind the account.
The story ends: "Nine people were shot in Chicago last weekend." © 2017 TRIBUNE CONTENT AGENCY, INC. I repeat: "The ultimate
And that's what the series showed in Season One so brilliantly in each occupied part of America. It wasn't just that Japanese
By Julianna Haubner | Off the Shelf 12 Innovative Books to Get You Out of Your Reading Rut It's seemed that in this election
Dystopia isn't warning us about anything that isn't already happening. So why don't we take it seriously?
EK: The Outlaws world is somewhat based upon what a lot of us fear our own world will be someday: war-torn, affected by global
A gorgeous graphic adaptation breathes new life into Shirley Jackson's "The Lottery."
If I am getting it right, Schopenhauer believes that we are driven by our ego. The ego is where our desire for our own pleasure and happiness comes from. It has little to do with compassion and love, both of which we are more than capable of accessing and, in doing so, inoculating ourselves from what he and Freud labeled as "the hedgehog's dilemma."