Total Football Philosophy and the AFC Ajax of 1970s (Part 1) | Shantanu Singh

Elsewhere and some 15 years before the final, Willy Meisl, a football writer, had written a book called the Soccer Revolution. Quite the football futurist’s letter to the world, he had argued through the book that the modern game would be a spectacle where the defenders would know how to attack and the attackers would know how to defend. This, to him, was the revolution to come in the world of football. Continue reading Total Football Philosophy and the AFC Ajax of 1970s (Part 1) | Shantanu Singh

Internet Socialisation & Murder | Mitakshara Medhi

It is a common notion (even researched to some extent), that the internet leads to depression, and low self-esteem. But what people do not try to bring into this debate is how the internet, despite so many innumerable drawbacks, is a necessity. Evidence also suggests that if you are not on Facebook, for instance, you will be perceived as a sociopath by your employers. Continue reading Internet Socialisation & Murder | Mitakshara Medhi

Loving ‘The Bomb’ in the 21st Century | Swagat Baruah

The Cold War might have ended, but the battles never stop sprouting out of it. So, what if these allegations against Russia do turn out to be true? Would it indicate an already declared war against United States and would in force the United States to, in return, wage a war against Russia and its allies? What might the scenario look like post the investigation’s findings? Continue reading Loving ‘The Bomb’ in the 21st Century | Swagat Baruah

Google Maps: Drifting Through Post-Humanism and Away From Psychogeography? | Prerna Anilkumar

Prerna Anilkumar If you are reading this on a screen you are already a cyborg. You are already a Post-human. (Take a minute and absorb that in.) . . . . . Who is a Post-human? Any possible being whose basic capacities radically exceed those of average humans.  This in turn unambiguously distances that being from the category of a ‘human’. There have been multiple … Continue reading Google Maps: Drifting Through Post-Humanism and Away From Psychogeography? | Prerna Anilkumar

Why Nietzsche is not Responsible for Trump | Emmanuel Alloa

However, maybe a more precise description, rather than post-truth, would be that of ‘alternative truth’. Since the point is not so much to get rid of the claim of truth altogether, but rather to reshape the possibilities of accounting for it and give it the place it deserves. Continue reading Why Nietzsche is not Responsible for Trump | Emmanuel Alloa

The Dichotomies of Social Media | Mitakshara Medhi

For most parts, human life tends to exist in the grey areas. This is because the extremities of what constitutes “happy” and what constitutes “sad” can seldom be met by any person. Even if it does occur in someone’s life, it is never ever-lasting. Hence, the grey area is where the human mind usually operates – the very area that is never and can never be represented on the virtual world. Continue reading The Dichotomies of Social Media | Mitakshara Medhi