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trump attacks privacy of non-americans in the u.s.
what happens to democracy when the experts can't be both factual and balanced?
some facts (updated 1/15/17)
agency biopower: the juridical force awakens
worst. legislature. ever.
is most of the intelligence in the universe non-conscious ai?
shameless self-promotion dept: papers on foucault, and on spinoza
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trump and neoliberalism
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did big data create president trump? http://www.newappsblog.com/2017/01/did-big-data-create-president-trump.html
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election was about white supremacy http://www.newappsblog.com/2016/11/the-2016-election-and-racism-soft-and-structural.html
also wondered http://www.newappsblog.com/2016/11/two-quick-thoughts-on-the-election.html
chilling article http://motherboard.vice.com/read/big-data-cambridge-analytica-brexit-trump?via=fb_page&source=tdb
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the psa women’s caucus - 10 years on, http://psawomen.tumblr.com/post/153578568762/the-psa-womens-caucus-10-years-on
how the struggle for existence became an environmental ethic for our lifetime http://www.humansandnature.org/how-the-struggle-for-existence-became-an-environmental-ethic-for-our-lifetime
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executive order attacking sanctuary cities http://www.aila.org/infonet/presidential-executive-order-enhancing-public
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http://www.latimes.com/opinion/op-ed/la-oe-schwitzgebel-experts-dilemma-20170129-story.html
the opposition party https://www.nytimes.com/2017/01/26/business/media/stephen-bannon-trump-news-media.html
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continued here http://www.latimes.com/opinion/op-ed/la-oe-schwitzgebel-experts-dilemma-20170129-story.html
cross-posted http://schwitzsplinters.blogspot.com/2017/01/what-happens-to-democracy-when-experts.html
the splintered mind http://schwitzsplinters.blogspot.com/
eric schwitzgebel http://profile.typepad.com/eschwitz
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ruled http://caselaw.findlaw.com/us-supreme-court/549/497.html
ruled https://www.supremecourt.gov/opinions/14pdf/14-46_10n2.pdf
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wasn't pretty http://www.slate.com/blogs/the_slatest/2016/12/23/north_carolina_doesn_t_really_qualify_as_a_democracy_anymore.html
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is most of the intelligence in the universe non-conscious ai? http://www.newappsblog.com/2016/12/is-most-of-the-intelligence-in-the-universe-non-conscious-ai.html
http://cosmos.nautil.us/feature/72/it-may-not-feel-like-anything-to-be-an-alien
fascinating http://www.huffingtonpost.com/susan-schneider/goodbye-little-green-men_b_9108036.html
recent http://www.huffingtonpost.com/susan-schneider2/the-problem-of-ai-conscio_b_9502790.html
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nick bostrom https://www.amazon.com/superintelligence-dangers-strategies-nick-bostrom/dp/1501227742
ray kurzweil https://www.amazon.com/singularity-near-humans-transcend-biology/dp/0143037889/
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new apps: art, politics, philosophy, science a group blog with people from all over the map. subscribe to this blog's feed recent comments paul on some facts (updated 1/15/17) grump on some facts (updated 1/15/17) johann on some facts (updated 1/15/17) carolyn dicey jennings on some facts (updated 1/15/17) oscar on schindler's truck eric schwitzgebel on is most of the intelligence in the universe non-conscious ai? kenny easwaran on is most of the intelligence in the universe non-conscious ai? johann on some facts (updated 1/15/17) carolyn dicey jennings on some facts (updated 1/15/17) johann on some facts (updated 1/15/17) archives february 2017 january 2017 december 2016 november 2016 october 2016 september 2016 august 2016 july 2016 june 2016 may 2016 blogroll "what is it like to be a woman in philosophy?" (blog) notes about sexism and how it's being fought. apa committee on the status of women blogroll a list of lists, blogs, and wikis devoted to women philosophers daily nous: for philosophy news! defend the arts and humanities blog a broad-based campaign to fight withdrawal of public funding for arts and humanities courses. disabled philosophers "a space where disabled philosophers can declare themselves in some way, if they choose to do so" edu-factory collective conflicts and transformations of the university fauxphilnews the philosophy profession's finest news source feminist philosophers a group blog figure/ground communications "the meaning of meaning is relationship" gender, race and philosophy: the blog a forum for philosophers and other scholars to discuss current work and current affairs with race and gender in mind. gendered conferences campaign concrete steps to fighting implicit biases in the profession. how the university works marc bousquet's blog in socrates' wake a philosophy teaching blog life and mind (sussex) enactive cognitive science petition in support of the gendered conference campaign remaking the university christopher newfield's blog suny under siege a coalition of groups in albany, ny committed to the defense of publicly-funded state education. teach philosophy 101 strategies and resources for teaching philosophy courses, especially at the introductory level the contemporary condition (tcc) group blog of notable political science / political theory scholars. the pinocchio theory steven shaviro tobin tax initiative aiming to tame currency market volatility and provide funds for basic human needs. what we're doing about what it's like (to be a woman in philosophy) sharing success stories and providing models how to address gender issues in philosophy. become a fan 21 february 2017 notes on big data, marx, time, and the production of value there is a running debate in critical theory circles about the applicability of marxian analysis to big data specifically, and to an economy dominated by immaterial goods, more generally (i have blogged about this periodically, circling primarily around the concept of primitive accumulation: see here and here).  as part of working through that literature, here i want to lay out some of the broad outlines of the pro- side as i see it, and then offer some preliminary thoughts from marx’s own work that address one specific objection. advocates of the applicability of marx almost invariably (as far as i can tell so far; i don’t claim to have read anywhere near all of this literature yet) base their case on italian autonomism.  autonomism is best known in the work of antonio negri (with or without michael hardt); important in this context are also paolo virno, maurizio lazzarto and franco berardi.  autonomism breaks with classical marxism both insofar as it breaks with any sort of economic determinism (by shifting the base to class struggle, and not means of production), as well by advancing two more immediately applicable ideas.  first, autonomism adopts marx’s “fragment on machines,” an unpublished (by marx) and fragmentary set of notes to the effect that capital will be relying increasingly on accumulated science and knowledge (virno has what is probably the best synopsis of this account of the “general intellect”).  second, autonomist theory argues that capitalist relations have extended beyond the boundaries of the workplace to encompass all social relations.  in negri’s terms, we now face the complete subsumption of society by capital.  continue reading "notes on big data, marx, time, and the production of value" » posted by gordon hull on 21 february 2017 at 22:55 in big data, biopolitics, gordon hull, immaterial labor, the social factory, and other autonomia notions | permalink | comments (0) reblog (0) | | | | digg this | save to del.icio.us 03 february 2017 self-tracking, big data, and the questions of subjectification and primitive accumulation one question surrounding big data – in addition to well-established worries about privacy and discrimination – that is starting to get attention is how it functions as a mode of capitalist accumulation.  there is an emerging literature on capitalist value creation and big data, but a lot of that is about the creation of surplus value, and so generates debate about whether the value that individuals freely contribute to the internet can be described in marxian terms as surplus labor.  in view of that discussion, i’ve suggested that we need to also think about the level of primitive accumulation, or what david harvey calls “accumulation by dispossession.”  in the case of big data, i argued, one such method is by depriving individuals of their preferences, though accumulation practices are diverse.  a recent paper by deborah lupton suggests another mechanism by which this process might occur: coercive self-tracking. continue reading "self-tracking, big data, and the questions of subjectification and primitive accumulation" » posted by gordon hull on 03 february 2017 at 11:42 in big data, biopolitics, foucault, gordon hull, immaterial labor, the social factory, and other autonomia notions | permalink | comments (0) reblog (0) | | | | digg this | save to del.icio.us 31 january 2017 did big data create president trump? one of the more perplexing things about the trump presidency is why it exists in the first place: he took office having lost the popular vote by a wide margin, and with one of the smaller electoral college margins in memory.  the win also defied virtually all of the pre-election polling and commentary: almost no one (except michael moore) predicted the outcome correctly, and on his victory lap, trump himself admitted that he thought he was going to lose.  so a lot of us have tried to figure out what happened (i continue to think the election was about white supremacy, though that doesn’t explain how trump got the white supremacists to the ballot box; i’ve also wondered about the libertarian candidates and clinton’s staggering failure to take the good news about the auto bailout to the rust belt states).   others have wondered about the comey letter, russian hacking, and so on.  now there’s another possibility: the trump campaign’s use of big data, as reported in this chilling article on motherboard.  continue reading "did big data create president trump?" » posted by gordon hull on 31 january 2017 at 23:34 in big data, gordon hull, politics, social media | permalink | comments (0) reblog (0) | | | | digg this | save to del.icio.us 29 january 2017 philosophy in the age of trump: threats to science, threats to the environment by roberta l millstein it's been a long time (too long) since i've blogged here, and now, with the political situation in such turmoil, it's hard to think about anything else.  and one wonders what place philosophy has in all of this.  but it occurs to me to share two blog posts i've written recently-ish elsewhere, both of which i think are relevant. one is the psa women’s caucus - 10 years on, posted on the science visions blog.  it contains my reflections as i finished my 4-year stint as senior co-chair of the psa women's caucus.  science is under attack from the trump administration, as are, i think, women in science especially, given trump's derogatory remarks towards women (emboldening the likes of milo y.).  we need groups like the caucus to support the work of women in science and of women who think and write about science.  the second is how the struggle for existence became an environmental ethic for our lifetime, posted on the center for humans and nature blog (@humansandnature).  the environment is also under attack from the trump administration.  thus, it becomes ever more important for philosophers to reach out to the general public and make our case, to explain why environmental issues should be front and center, to show how even "survival of the fittest" does not undermine (but rather reinforces) our duties to the environment. #resist posted by roberta l. millstein on 29 january 2017 at 22:19 in environmental issues, philosophy of science, politics, roberta millstein, women in philosophy | permalink | comments (0) reblog (0) | | | | digg this | save to del.icio.us 28 january 2017 trump attacks privacy of non-americans in the u.s. amidst the general horror that is trump’s xenophobic and bigoted executive orders*, and in the executive order attacking sanctuary cities, comes trump’s attack on the privacy of immigrants (h/t dennis crouch at patently-o).  the order stipulates: “privacy act.  [federal] agencies shall, to the extent consistent with applicable law, ensure that their privacy policies exclude persons who are not united states citizens or lawful permanent residents from the protections of the privacy act regarding personally identifiable information.” the act does not require protection extend to non-permanent residents; crouch provides the context, noting that “some agencies, however, have been providing aspects of privacy-act protections to non-citizens and permanent residents.  the order appears to force agencies to stop that approach and instead expand governmental data collection and dissemination of information related to non-americans.”  in other words, expand the surveillance state as much as possible.  i don’t see how this expansion won’t involve the collection of data on citizens, since citizens often interact with those in the u.s. lawfully or otherwise (for example, as students, h1-b workers, or under other programs), and so a threat to the privacy of non-citizens is indirectly a threat to the privacy of everyone in the united states. continue reading "trump attacks privacy of non-americans in the u.s." » posted by gordon hull on 28 january 2017 at 14:31 in gordon hull, politics, racism, securitization | permalink | comments (0) reblog (0) | | | | digg this | save to del.icio.us 27 january 2017 what happens to democracy when the experts can't be both factual and balanced? by eric schwitzgebel yesterday stephen bannon, one of trump's closest advisors, called the media "the opposition party". my op-ed piece in today's los angeles times is my response to that type of thinking. what happens to democracy when the experts can't be both factual and balanced? does democracy require journalists and educators to strive for political balance? i’m hardly alone in thinking the answer is "yes." but it also requires them to present the facts as they understand them — and when it is not possible to be factual and balanced at the same time, democratic institutions risk collapse. consider the problem abstractly. democracy x is dominated by two parties, y and z. party y is committed to the truth of propositions a, b and c, while party z is committed to the falsity of a, b and c. slowly the evidence mounts: a, b and c look very likely to be false. observers in the media and experts in the education system begin to see this, but the evidence isn’t quite plain enough for non-experts, especially if those non-experts are aligned with party y and already committed to a, b and c.... [continued here] [cross-posted at the splintered mind] posted by eric schwitzgebel on 27 january 2017 at 14:35 in academic freedom, academic freedom , eric schwitzgebel | permalink | comments (0) reblog (0) | | | | digg this | save to del.icio.us 15 january 2017 some facts (updated 1/15/17) there have been numerous news stories about packages i and others received this past summer. i am not sure that any of them capture just how troubled i have been by this. i have been so troubled, in part, because of its apparent connection with what i take to be a campaign of harassment by brian leiter. i think it is best if i turn my energies away from these events, and back to both my philosophical work and my efforts to improve the profession, but, first, i think it is worthwhile being clear about some facts: 1) i was sent a package of feces in the mail this summer, as were three other philosophers. this package arrived at my place of work with no postmark or return address. i discovered that this happened to the three other philosophers on october 6th. 2) the four of us are connected only in that we were entangled in a dispute with brian leiter two years previous. we had not met prior to brian leiter's attack on my work in july 2014. to this day, i have only met one of the four. 3) at least one of those packages was sent from the 60666 zip code, which is the zip code for o'hare international airport. 4) all of the packages were sent with excessive postage and no postmark.  5) one package, sent internationally, had an undated customs form filled out incorrectly with fictional information, which some have claimed is linked to brian leiter. as it was filled out, it would not likely have been accepted over the counter at a post office. 6) that package was tracked for the first time at o'hare international airport around midday on june 23rd.  7) brian leiter had a flight that left o'hare international airport on the afternoon of june 22nd.  continue reading "some facts (updated 1/15/17)" » posted by carolyn dicey jennings on 15 january 2017 at 17:14 in carolyn dicey jennings | permalink | comments (15) reblog (0) | | | | digg this | save to del.icio.us 11 january 2017 agency biopower: the juridical force awakens one of the most prominent features of biopolitics is the emergence of administrative law.  created by statutory authority, numerous governmental agencies engage in rulemaking at a very granular level to interpret and apply broad statutory provisions.  for example, if a statute says that “banks” are to be regulated in the context of lending, an administrative agency might be asked to issue rules on whether payday lenders should be considered “banks” under the statutory definition.  or, to adopt an example well-known from philosophy of law, suppose a federal law were to say “no vehicles in parks.”  the park service would be tasked with deciding what, exactly, constitutes a “vehicle.”  is a skateboard a vehicle?  how about an actual jeep, minus its engine, to be used as part of a sculpture to honor veterans?  as the example illustrates, most of the actual regulatory power the statute has arises not in its vague provisions, but in the rules that interpret and apply those provisions. perhaps the best-known, recent real-world examples concern the clean air act (caa).  in 2007, the supreme court ruled that the epa had the authority to – and was required to – regulate greenhouse gas emissions under the caa.  the core question was whether carbon dioxide was a pollutant as defined by the caa, which stipulates that the epa has rulemaking authority to regulate emission of “any air pollution agent ... , including any physical, chemical, ... substance ... emitted into ... the ambient air,” and ought to do so when the pollutant  “cause[s], or contribute[s] to, air pollution which may reasonably be anticipated to endanger public health or welfare.”  if the epa decides not to regulate such a pollutant, it needs to come up with a good reason why not, which the court in this case concluded it had not.  the epa was thus required to come up with rules about carbon emission for new vehicles.  more recently, in 2015, the supreme court ruled that the epa exceeded its regulatory authority in restricting various emissions from coal plants because it failed to consider the cost of implementing those regulations.  these cases point to the rise of biopower as a form of governance, as administrative agencies grow in power relative to other kinds of governance, and become the locus of the sorts of micro-regulations that foucault identified as the “police” function. continue reading "agency biopower: the juridical force awakens" » posted by gordon hull on 11 january 2017 at 22:34 in biopolitics, foucault, gordon hull | permalink | comments (0) reblog (0) | | | | digg this | save to del.icio.us 21 december 2016 worst. legislature. ever. update (12/24). don't take it from me.  the electoral integrity project, which monitors and rates elections internationally, scored north carolina.  it wasn't pretty.  a sample from the report, as cited in the linked article: "on the measures of legal framework and voter registration ... on those indicators we rank alongside iran and venezuela. when it comes to the integrity of the voting district boundaries no country has ever received as low a score as the 7/100 north carolina received. north carolina is not only the worst state in the usa for unfair districting but the worst entity in the world ever analyzed by the electoral integrity project." as nietzsche said, "that which does not kill me, makes me stronger."  the late  poet and diarist jim carroll added that "my version is, that which does not kill me, makes me sleep until 3:30 the next afternoon."  we can add now: "that which does not kill me makes me cheat until well into the evening of a special session." original post: i had been going to do a post called “if you think you’re going to lose, cheat.  if you lose anyway, cheat some more” in response to last week’s special nc legislative session, which was enough to cement the nc gop as one of the worst governing bodies in the country.  today, however, they surpassed themselves.  a quick review is in order, as the nc legislature makes wisconsin look well and transparently governed.  for that matter, the level of shenanigans and corruption is starting to make zimbabwe look well-governed. continue reading "worst. legislature. ever." » posted by gordon hull on 21 december 2016 at 22:35 in gordon hull, politics | permalink | comments (0) reblog (0) | | | | digg this | save to del.icio.us is most of the intelligence in the universe non-conscious ai? by eric schwitzgebel in a series of fascinating recent articles, philosopher susan schneider argues that (1.) most of the intelligent beings in the universe might be artificial intelligences rather than biological life forms. (2.) these ais might entirely lack conscious experiences. schneider's argument for (1) is simple and plausible: once a species develops sufficient intelligence to create artificial general intelligence (as human beings appear to be on the cusp of doing), biological life forms are likely to be outcompeted, due to agi's probable advantages in processing speed, durability, repairability, and environmental tolerance (including deep space). i'm inclined to agree. for a catastrophic perspective on this issue see nick bostrom. for a polyannish perspective, see ray kurzweil. the argument for (2) is trickier, partly because we don't yet have a consensus theory of consciousness. here's how schneider expresses the central argument in her recent nautilus article: continue reading "is most of the intelligence in the universe non-conscious ai?" » posted by eric schwitzgebel on 21 december 2016 at 13:54 | permalink | comments (2) reblog (0) | | | | digg this | save to del.icio.us 19 december 2016 shameless self-promotion dept: papers on foucault, and on spinoza i've just uploaded a (relatively minor) revision of my spep paper from this fall in salt lake city to ssrn.  the paper is ""confessing preferences: what foucault’s government of the living can tell us about neoliberalism and big data," and the abstract is: foucault’s 1979-80 collège de france lectures, on the government of the living, offer one way to situate the development of his later work, and in particular to understand his supposed turn away from biopolitics and governmentality to ethics and subjectivity.  in this paper, i argue that (1) a unifying thread in most of foucault’s work from the late 1970s onward is an increasing concern with the centrality of confession as a primary technology of power in the christian west; and (2) neoliberalism is deeply confessional, and therefore highly suspect from a foucauldian standpoint.  (3) these connections are particularly evident in a foucauldian reading of data analytics (“big data”).   i've also uploaded a somewhat older paper on spinoza and finitude.  the  paper is "of suicide and falling stones: finitude, contingency, and corporeal vulnerability in (judith butler’s) spinoza," and the abstract is: this paper juxtaposes judith butler's reading of spinoza with the commonly-received, originally deleuzian, presentation of spinoza as the "anti-hegel" or as the presentation of "positivity" against hegelian "negativity." working via the key commentary by pierre macherey in hegel ou spinoza, i argue that, once we no longer are compelled to read spinoza as hegel's negation or opposite, the way is open to see a spinoza who is profoundly concerned with human fragility and finitude. the spinoza that emerges presents a more cautious, but also potentially more generous, approach to emancipatory politics. to put the point too schematically, readings of the affirmative spinoza tend to develop the importance of conatus as resistance, at the expense of developing an understanding of the importance of limitations imposed by our own finitude. it seems to me that much of butler’s thought can be read as bringing those elements together. how do we understand conatus, and marshal it as resistance, given the inevitability of finitude and constraint as factors that structure the desires through which we actually live?   posted by gordon hull on 19 december 2016 at 11:23 in big data, biopolitics, deleuze (and guattari, sometimes), foucault, gordon hull, judith butler, spinoza | permalink | comments (0) reblog (0) | | | | digg this | save to del.icio.us 14 december 2016 more on the troubling neoliberal privatization of health care developments this week highlight the problems with the neoliberal decision to privatize medicine in the u.s.  certainly the affordable care act (aca), which entrenches responsibility for access to healthcare to private insurance companies and then attempts to contrive a market for patients to shop between insurance plans as some sort of proxy for shopping for doctors, is the most famous recent example of this decision.  never mind that in market terms medicine is a classic credence good: you may not know either before or after purchase whether you are getting a good deal, and the barriers to knowing this are nearly insuperable owing to the inherent complexity of medicine and the inherent uncertainty behind most medical judgment, even perfectly executed by brilliant practitioners.  medical care just isn’t one of those things that works well as a market good.  meantime, this week, president obama signed the 21st century cures act.  this bipartisan bill makes an enormous investment in research into urgent health problems from alzheimer’s, to opiate addition, to cancer, and continues to fund the promising developments in “precision medicine.”  this is an obvious good.  what could be wrong?  the tradeoff, beyond the now stale point that there is no investment in the social determinants of health – like urban infrastructure – is that it loosens regulatory requirements for drug approval even further.  as the washington post reports: continue reading "more on the troubling neoliberal privatization of health care" » posted by gordon hull on 14 december 2016 at 14:38 in biopolitics, gordon hull, neoliberalism | permalink | comments (0) reblog (0) | | | | digg this | save to del.icio.us 21 november 2016 trump and neoliberalism what does the trump election mean for neoliberalism as a doctrine?  adam kotsko over at an und für sich has some interesting thoughts on the matter; what follows is intended as a constructive engagement.  as i posted last week, i think trump’s victory is inseparable from what foucault calls state racism, and the appointment of steve bannon and nomination of jeff sessions certainly adds evidence to the theory that his will be a government of white supremacy (i am not going to engage in the parlor game of distinguishing “white nationalism,” “white supremacy,” and so on.  it’s a parlor game that requires white privilege even to play, and all the iterations mean the same basic thing: white people should be in charge).  one of my points there is that the system is structurally rigged against cities and other places where non-trump voters live.  at current count, clinton - garden variety neoliberal - is up by nearly 1.7 million votes in the popular vote count, and that number is growing.  this means that more people who voted want neoliberalism than want trumpism, for what that’s worth.  at the very least, it means that we need to think about neoliberalism as a dispositif of biopolitics, and how that intersects with the 1930s version that foucault’s remarks on state racism address and that trump seems to channel. kotsko thinks that we should grant that trump isn’t a neoliberal, and think about the ramifications for neoliberalism.  all of this is thus necessarily a speculative exercise.  still, i think a couple of points are worth noting, beyond the more general one that if neoliberalism can survive the financial crisis intact, then we should always be skeptical about reports of its death.  here are two reasons i’m not convinced that trump and trumpism aren’t neoliberal in a fundamental way. continue reading "trump and neoliberalism" » posted by gordon hull on 21 november 2016 at 11:07 in biopolitics, economics, gordon hull, neoliberalism, politics | permalink | comments (5) reblog (0) | | | | digg this | save to del.icio.us 15 november 2016 the 2016 election and racism, soft and structural foucault famously proposed that biopolitics - the power to foster life, or allow it to die - tended to produce its own outside in the form of state racism: not only might life be allowed to die, but there might be those who must die, literally or metaphorically, so an inside “we” could live. that is, it is primarily a way of introducing a break into the domain of life that is under power’s control: the break between what must live and what must die” (society must be defended, 254).  note the subtle elision: there is life that is allowed to die, and then there is also life that must die.  thus, “if you want to live, they must die” (255) becomes the message.  in other words, biopolitics produces two forms, almost simultaneously.  foucault is thinking of 1930s fascism, where (for example), the german emphasis on the health of the ethnically-german population was coupled with the extermination of european jews. but there’s an analogue, however imprecise, in the presidential election last week.  in it, we saw two versions of biopolitics.  on the one hand, clinton ran on a campaign of building a better life together, with a particular emphasis on fostering the lives of children and families.  the affordable care act would be improved.  paid leave for working parents.  and so on.  even her negative ads against trump emphasized the positive biopolitics: our children are watching.  what kind of president do you want them to see? on the trump side, we saw nothing but herrenvolk biopolitics: mexicans, muslims, african-americans and women were taking over, making america not great.  this had to stop.  law and order.  our country is at its nadir, thanks to an ineffective, losing president who was probably born in deepest, darkest kenya anyway.  he also somehow founded isis, which by the way is winning. china is winning.  everyone but america is winning.  but if we keep the mexican rapists out, and all the muslims, maybe something good can happen.  we will be strong.  we will win again.  in messianic tones that masha gessen reminds us (this piece is a must read) we should take very seriously, he proclaimed that “i alone” can save you.  that almost none of that narrative was true became irrelevant, in the same haunted house in which clinton’s email server somehow became a darker mark against her character than his many business failings, tax evasions, failures to pay subcontractors, etc. two version of biopolitics.  in foucauldian terms, trump was advocating the return of state racism.  at one level, this is an obvious point, given his endless racist rhetoric about mexicans and muslims in particular.  but liberal commentators, including myself, have tried very hard to explain the trump victory in other ways.  i have decided it can’t be done.  the trump election is fundamentally about the maintenance of white supremacy, something that women and people of color said a week ago. continue reading "the 2016 election and racism, soft and structural" » posted by gordon hull on 15 november 2016 at 11:25 in biopolitics, economics, foucault, gordon hull, neoliberalism, politics, race, (anti-)racism, race theory, racism | permalink | comments (0) reblog (0) | | | | digg this | save to del.icio.us 09 november 2016 two quick thoughts on the election leiter's post-mortem is worth reading, as is the analysis he links to by ian kerr.  if trump does what he ran on (and what in his speech last night he said he wants to do: build infrastructure.  and really, he's right that our infrastructure is a national embarrassment), it's going to be very interesting to see how he intersects with the republican party in congress, since they don't want to spend money on things like that, or any of the other populist parts of the trump agenda.  and his supporters are going to be very disappointed that he can't constitutionally do a lot of what he promised. here are two things that i haven't heard mentioned that need to be talked about. libertarians.  gary johnson got more votes than trump's margin of victory in a lot of places, if my memory of late last night serves me well.  what percentage of those votes came from clinton versus from trump?  we'll never know, but in a very concrete way, libertarians own the trump presidency.  when nader was informed that his candidacy cost gore in 2000, the response was a smug "well, gore should have been a better candidate."  no doubt he (and clinton) could have been better (i'm going to say something about that in point #2).  but that argument fundamentally misunderstands what it means to live in a majoritarian system.  in a parliamentary system, vote for the 5% candidate!  you'll get a seat in parliament, and maybe even a part of a ruling coalition.  but in a majoritarian system, if you vote for a candidate who can't win, you are indicating your acceptance of whoever does win.  you don't care, you can't tell a difference, whatever.  because you take away a vote from the candidate you regard as less evil.  this isn't strategic voting or anything like that.  this is a structural feature of the system.  don't blame the parties.  blame the constitution.  anybody who voted for johnson in a state more of a battleground than california or texas needs to know that they played a non-trivial part in the trump victory.  and trump has indicated hostility to rights: during the campaign, he showed complete contempt for the 1st, 4th (and probably 5th), and 14th amendments.  and women's rights are next, given that he's going to get court appointments.  the contrast with clinton was very stark.  a johnson vote in a battleground state was at the level of "what's aleppo?" the auto bailout.  i had to go out and get milk this morning, and had a moan with the cashier at the grocery store.  she said that she couldn't believe he won michigan, given the auto bailout.  and then it struck me.  obama made a very high-risk, unpopular decision to bail out the auto industry - and in the process saved thousands and thousands of largely-white, working class jobs in places like michigan and ohio.  in other words, he took a huge risk to help the sort of people who voted for trump.  did he help them all?  of course not.  did other things he do hurt them?  probably.  but the rust belt would have been in much, much worse shape without the bailout.  and i didn't hear hillary mention the auto bailout even once during the campaign.  when you're looking for something to say in ohio and michigan about how democratic party elites stand up for working people without college degrees, you should probably start there.  it's an actual achievement, and it took some courage to get it done.   posted by gordon hull on 09 november 2016 at 10:38 in gordon hull, politics | permalink | comments (2) reblog (0) | | | | digg this | save to del.icio.us 03 november 2016 horseshoes, hand grenades, and the apa's "code of conduct" by edward kazarian and leigh m. johnson a little over two years ago, more than 600 philosophers petitioned the american philosophical association to “produce a code of conduct and a statement of professional ethics for the academic discipline of philosophy.” the immediate motivation for the petition was several high-profile cases of sexual misconduct by philosophers, which together amplified what many viewed—rightly, in our estimation—as a widespread and endemic culture of hostility, predation, exploitation, and intimidation within the profession.  shortly thereafter, in march 2014, we co-authored a piece entitled “please do not revise your tone,” articulating our concerns about the problematic effects of tone-policing, generally, and about the drafting and institution of a “code of conduct” by the apa, specifically.  in that piece, we argued that there was good reason to worry that such a code would: 1) impose a disproportionate burden of changing their behavior to "fit in" on those who are members of out- (that is, underrepresented or minority) groups within the profession; 2) likely be applied disproportionately against those expressing dissenting views or criticizing colleagues for lapses in judgment or perception; and 3) tend to reinforce or provide opportunities to reiterate the structures of privilege and exclusion already operating within the profession.  the executive board of the apa subsequently decided in favor of producing the document and, earlier this week, published the final version of the discipline’s official “code of conduct” here. reading that document over, our original worries remain unassuaged and unabated, if not also intensified. we are especially concerned now that this quasi-official document—which elaborates a set of norms, but does not include any mechanisms for enforcement, adjudication, or sanction—will inevitably be used at the local (department-, college-, or university) level in unofficial, ad-hoc ways to undermine or sabotage already vulnerable members of the profession. worse, we worry that this document will provide pretext for attempts to pressure apa members by complaining to their employers that they have in some instance or another behaved ‘unprofessionally.’ we recognize that any law or regulative code as such allows for the possibility of perverse application, but we maintain that the current iteration of this code of conduct is particularly susceptible to manipulation for a number of reasons. continue reading "horseshoes, hand grenades, and the apa's "code of conduct"" » posted by ed kazarian on 03 november 2016 at 18:18 in academic freedom, academic freedom , apa, ed kazarian, improving the philosophy profession, leigh m johnson, oh, ffs | permalink | comments (0) reblog (0) | | | | digg this | save to del.icio.us 24 october 2016 quiet neoliberalism: k-12 edition one of the important parts in understanding neoliberalism as a particular dispositive of power (or perhaps a mode of biopower – that sort of distinction doesn’t matter here) lies in understanding the various techniques it deploys.  after all, there is no “neoliberalism” or “neoliberal power” existing in the abstract; as foucault repeatedly demonstrates, power can only be fully understood by digging down to the mircro-level, to all the little practices and techniques that add up to a particular social regime of power.  attention to these details has been one of my interests  for a while (for example, in the case of privacy notices, or the emergence of best practices).  at least since althusser, we’ve been accustomed to recognize the schools as part of the ideological state apparatus, and foucault’s discipline and punish underscored the point.  the locus classicus of neoliberalism in k-12 education is of course the rise of standardized testing regimes such as those imposed by no child left behind.  another area of focus has been the rise of semi-privatized charter schools.  here, i want to take note of another, more subtle: the use of online homework assignments.  recall that one of the central aspects of neoliberalism at work is the erasure of the work/home boundary and the devolution of technological minutiae to employees; the result is what ian bogost calls “hyper-employment,” and the necessary parallel rise of what david graeber calls “bullshit jobs,” a phenomenon brought about by the fact that we don’t actually have 24 hours of useful work a day to do. on the job, workers are subject to nearly unlimited surveillance, and things like employee wellness programs extend that surveillance into the home.  it is only to be expected that this surveillant, time-wasting product of the neoliberal thought collective will be visited on our children. continue reading "quiet neoliberalism: k-12 edition" » posted by gordon hull on 24 october 2016 at 22:40 in biopolitics, gordon hull, neoliberalism | permalink | comments (0) reblog (0) | | | | digg this | save to del.icio.us 21 october 2016 tenure-track philosophy jobs vs. philosophy phd graduates how has the academic job market for philosophers changed in the recent past? i noted last year that it looked as though fewer tenure-track or equivalent jobs were being offered year to year from 2013 to 2015. this job market has just started, and if we look at the period of august 1st to october 20th in 2013, 2014, 2015, and 2016, 2016 seems no worse off than 2015, but both years have fewer jobs listed in that period than in the previous two. to get a more complete picture, i decided to compare tenure-track jobs listed over the full year, from january 1st to december 31st, to the listed graduates in apda from 2013 to 2016. two things are worth noting here. first, 2016 is not yet complete, so there are fewer jobs listed in that year for that reason alone. (i suspect its numbers will end up being similar to those for 2015.) second, philjobs has a great many job listings, but not every job listing, so the number of tenure-track jobs are likely somewhat higher in reality (but i do not have an estimate of how much higher). keeping those details in mind, this comparison doesn't look too bad at first, with 1,486 graduates to 939 jobs, or a tt placement rate that could be as high as 63% (if all of those jobs went to graduates of that time period, which is very unlikely as many of these jobs are "open rank" searches).  continue reading "tenure-track philosophy jobs vs. philosophy phd graduates" » posted by carolyn dicey jennings on 21 october 2016 at 12:00 in carolyn dicey jennings, placement data | permalink | comments (0) reblog (0) | | | | digg this | save to del.icio.us storytelling in philosophy class by eric schwitzgebel one of my regular tas, chris mcvey, uses a lot of storytelling in his teaching. about once a week, he'll spend ten minutes sharing a personal story from his life, relevant to the class material. he'll talk about a family crisis or about his time in the u.s. navy, connecting it back to the readings from the class. at last weekend's meeting of the minorities and philosophy group at princeton, i was thinking about what teaching techniques philosophers might use to appeal to a broader diversity of students, and "storytime with chris" came to mind. the more i think about it, the more i find to like about it. here are some thoughts. * students are hungry for stories, and rightly so. philosophy class is usually abstract and impersonal, or when not abstract focused on toy examples or remote issues of public policy. a good story, especially one that is personally meaningful to the teacher, leaps out and captures attention. people in general love stories and are especially ready for them after long dry abstractions and policy discussions. so why not harness that? but furthermore, storytelling gives real shape and flesh to the abstract stick figures of philosophical abstraction. most abstract principles only get their full meaning when we see how they play out in real cases. kant might say "act on that maxim that you can will to be a universal law" or mengzi might say "human nature is good" -- but what do such claims really amount to? students rightly feel at sea unless they are pulled away from toy examples and into the complexity of real life. although it's tempting to think that the real philosophical force is in the abstract principles and that storytelling is just needless frill and packaging, i think that the reverse might be closer to the truth: the heart of philosophy is in how we engage our minds when given real, messy examples, and the abstractions we derive from cases always partly miss the point. continue reading "storytelling in philosophy class" » posted by eric schwitzgebel on 21 october 2016 at 10:31 in eric schwitzgebel | permalink | comments (2) reblog (0) | | | | digg this | save to del.icio.us 08 october 2016 case study for the academic boycott question: north carolina’s hb2 this piece is in response to the discussion over at daily nous here.  you should read it first; i’m posting here partly because what i’ve got to say is longer than would reasonably fit into a comment, and partly because i want to think a bit about how difficult the question of whether to launch a boycott is, and justin wanted to avoid that topic (i may be a little slow in approving comments the next couple of days, be patient).  since i live in charlotte, nc, i do however think my subject position gives me some space for speaking on the topic.  and to be honest, i have very mixed feelings – david wallace’s first comment on the daily nous post (that we need to know the details) seems right to me.  here’s an example of why: one might boycott charlotte on either of two grounds: the police shooting of lamont scott, or the state’s passage of hb2.  i want to leave aside the police shooting for the moment, because the politics behind hb2 lend support to the difficulty of deciding whether to boycott, and if so, what to boycott (plus, police shootings are an aspect of the boycott idea, and it remains to be seen whether the protests in charlotte manage to get anyone’s sustained attention about the city’s deep racial problems). continue reading "case study for the academic boycott question: north carolina’s hb2" » posted by gordon hull on 08 october 2016 at 23:23 in academic freedom, gordon hull, politics | permalink | comments (1) reblog (0) | | | | digg this | save to del.icio.us next » more comments policy authors recent posts notes on big data, marx, time, and the production of value self-tracking, big data, and the questions of subjectification and primitive accumulation did big data create president trump? 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