Slugging Nothing: Fighting the Future in Fight Club (Cool Voids)
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Slugging Nothing: Fighting the Future in Fight Club (Cool Voids)

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So, you think Tyler Durden is merely a bad-boy hipster rebelling against IKEA lifestyles as he heroically resists the corporate imperatives of the consumer society? Think again.

Tyler Durden waging a war against civilization, yearning for a rebirth of premodern culture amidst the ruins of the modern and postmodern worlds. Drawing from Jean-Paul Sartre and Marshall McLuhan,...more
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Published (first published November 11th 2008)
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