Apparently, the machines are coming for our jobs.
This year, Sir Thomas More’s Utopia marks its 500th anniversary. Modern Times takes this opportunity to celebrate this, still radical, great piece of work.
Is Karl Marx still able to show us the way forward - some 168 years after his book was initially published?
With a moniker like ‘Modern Times’, it feels natural for us to celebrate the 500th anniversary of Sir Thomas More’s Utopia, published in 1516.
An insightful eye-opener for history as something more than linear progress
Riot is the modern reaction to capitalism, in the same way strikes were in the past.
Peter Sloterdijk has written an important novel at a time where biological explanations for human actions have become the norm.
Susan Williams has made a docu-crime in the spirit of Pinter, le Carré and Galeano.
The photographs of Chinese Fan Ho capture the lives, dreams and hard labour of individuals in an expanding metropolis.
Deleuzes’ book on Leibniz is the most complex of the philosopher's work, but is also the ultimate book for those wanting to immerse themselves in his concept of creation.
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