Magazine

Real Review #12

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Inside:

'Paradoxical proximity' - the feeling that the things and people we want to be close to are too far away, and everything else looms in too close. 

 

Inside the new issue - Slavoj Zizek and Timothy Morton on the future of human beings, an essay by Ursula K. Le Guin on the hero narrative, and editor Jack Self reviews lateral flow tests and mindfulness. Elsewhere Norwegians on chromic pain, China's lying flat movement, and archaeologist David Wengrow reflects upon the dawn of everything.

 

Expect:

Edited by architect Jack Self and innovatively designed by OK-RM, this is an unashamedly intelligent and never less than fascinating read.

 

 

Real Review #12 | Colours May Vary