- Platypus Review #92 is out!Platypus Review #92 is now online, featuring 'Rhetoric and Division of Left and Right in the Trump Era' by William Schmidt, and a transcript of the recent 'Art and the Commodity Form' panel hosted by Platypus London, with speakers Rex Dunn, Zhoe Granger, and Peter Osborne.
- PR #91 is out!For this special issue of the Platypus Review, we will publish Theodor W. Adorno’s “Remarks on the Authoritarian Personality” for the first time. In includes an Introduction by Chris Mansour and responses by Chris Cutrone and Kirk Wetters. Additionally, we have an article on the Corbyn phenomenon and an answer to “Why not Trump?” article from issue #89 (September 2016).
- Platypus Review #90 Now OnlinePlatypus Review #90 is now online, with Watson Ladd on Stalinism, Reid Kotlas on Bookchin and Marx, and Howie Hawkins on moving beyond Social Democracy
- Platypus Review #89 Now OnlinePlatypus #89 now online, with Chris Cutrone on Trump, Boris Kagarlitsky on Bernie Sanders and a transcript of our panel on the European Union
The Platypus Review
Die Platypus Review
Auf der dritten jährlichen Convention, die in der School of the Art Institute of Chicago zwischen dem 29. April und 01. Mai 2011 stattfand, organisierte Platypus ein Gespräch über „Art, Culture, and Politics: Marxist Approaches“. Die Platypus-Mitglieder Omair Hussain, Lucy Parker, Pac Pobric und Bret Schneider sollten die folgende Frage diskutieren: „“What might the problems of aesthetics and culture have to do with the political project of the self-education of the Left?“.