Violence & Protest | Philosophy Tube

What Is It?

The YouTube video Violence & Protest | Philosophy Tube by the YouTube channel Philosophy Tube:

Violence & Protest | Philosophy Tube

Here is the description for this video:


A video about protest, direct action, and revolution in the context of the climate crisis ⚔️⚔️⚔️


Twitter: @PhilosophyTube




Musa Al-Gharbi, “There is no social change without coercion: Race, Baltimore, and how violence makes nonviolence possible”, in Salon
Avram Alpert, “Philosophy Against and in Praise of Violence: Kant, Thoreau and the Revolutionary Spectator,” in Theory, Culture & Society
Thomas Aquinas, Summa Theologica
Sidney Axinn, “Kant, Authority, and the French Revolution,” in Journal of the History of Ideas
Étienne Balibar, Violence and Civility
Étienne Balibar, We, the People of Europe?
Jorge Barrera, “Land Back Movement Leader Flagged by Police as ‘Violent’,” in CBC
Walter Benjamin, “Critique of Violence”
James Butler, “A Coal Mine for Every WIldfire,” in London Review of Books
Judith Butler, The Force of Nonviolence
Peter Gelderloos, How Nonviolence Protects the State
Edward Herman & Noam Chomsky, Manufacturing Consent
Thomas E. Hill, “A Kantian Perspective on Political Violence,” in The Journal of Ethics
Thomas Hobbes, Leviathan
Seung-hoon Jeong, “Sovereign Agents of Mythical and (Pseudo-)Divine Violence,” in The Philosophical Journal of Conflict and Violence
John Jordan, “The Day We Stopped Europe’s Biggest Polluter In Its Tracks,” in The Guardian
Immanuel Kant, Metaphysics of Justice
Immanuel Kant, “The Contest of Faculties”
Immanuel Kant, “On the Common Saying ‘This May be True in Theory, But It Does Not Apply in Practice”
Immanuel Kant, “Perpetual Peace”
Christine Korsgaard, “Taking the law into our own hands: Kant on the right to revolution,” in The Constitution of Agency
John Lancaster, “Warmer, Warmer,” in The London Review of Books
Andreas Malm, How To Blow Up A Pipeline
Achille Mbembe, Necropolitics
“MLSA: Journalists, Activists, Increasingly Charged with Terrorism in 2021,” in BIA
Edgar Sandoval, “Why These Young Men Carry Guns,” in The New York Times
Rachel Shabi, “Baltimore and the media tyranny of nonviolence,” in Al Jazeera
Duncan Stuart, “Walter Benjamin’s “Critique of Violence” is A Revolutionary Call To Arms,” in Jacobin
Rachel Swaner et. al, “Guns, Safety, and the Edge of Adulthood in New York City,” in Center for Court Innovation
PBS Idea Channel, What is Violence?
Delio Vasquez, “The Poor Person’s Defense of Riots,” in Counterpunch
Simone Weil, “The Iliad, or the Poem of Force”
Slavoj Zizek, Violence

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‘Revolutionary Doubt’ by Space Baby:    / @spacebabies  

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Intro: 0:00

Violence: 2:20

guillotines: 8:44

the meaning of violence: 23:58

setting the boundaries: 26:11

violence vs force: 30:55

context: 33:19

step forward: 35:50


SONG: Jungle

ARTIST: Aakash Gandhi

ALBUM: Jungle

LICENSES: YouTube Audio Library


Possessor (Film)

What is it?

The 2020 science fiction horror movie Possessor.

Possessor Trailer #1 (2020) | Movieclips Trailers
POSSESSOR Trailer (2020) Brandon Cronenberg Sci-Fi Movie HD

Here is how The IMDb describes this movie:

An agent works for a secretive organization that uses brain-implant technology to inhabit other people’s bodies – ultimately driving them to commit assassinations for high-paying clients.

Tasya Vos is a corporate agent who uses brain-implant technology to inhabit other people’s bodies, driving them to commit assassinations for the benefit of the company. While she has a special gift for the work, her experiences on these jobs have caused a dramatic change in her, and in her own life she struggles to suppress violent memories and urges. As her mental strain intensifies, she begins to lose control, and soon she finds herself trapped in the mind of a man whose identity threatens to destroy her own.


A Jason Momoa Fight & Flying & Prince? | Angry Bill Clinton & Matthew McConaughey

Dream 1

This dream possibly started at a college and college dorm where I met some of my former classmates like my former male classmate DH, MT, JB, and maybe JC.

It was evening or night, I remember us meeting up at maybe a college dorm, and then we left in my automobile hoping to go to a restaurant and / or movie theater and / or somewhere else to hang out and have some fun before all those places close for the night.


DREAD | “Respect Or Fear” | Crypt TV Monster Universe | Short Film

DREAD | “King Of The Streets” | Crypt TV Monster Universe | Short Film

What is it?

The 2019 short film/YouTube video DREAD | “Respect Or Fear” | Crypt TV Monster Universe | Short Film by the YouTube channel Crypt TV.

What is it about?

This is how Crypt TV describes this short film:

Cross the Dread, bleed the red.

What happens when they stop fearing you?


Slade – Alex West
Roach – Acoryé White
Brendan – Nicholas Saso
Jamie – Ezekiel Ajeigbe
King – Ariel Brown
Vic – Christopher Darby
Dread – Dirk Ellis


Writer – Justin Calen Chenn
Writer – Truman Capps
Director – Matthew Castellanos
Casting Director – Christy Faison
Casting Director – Jami Rudofsky
Concept Artist – Ben Garriga

1st AD – Thomas Shell
2nd AD – Nic Birsall
Storyboard Artist – Javier Sandoval

DP – Ben McBurnett
1st AC – Breanna Heard
DIT – Peter McGarry
Set Photographer – Steven Shea
Set Photographer – Shanley Kellis
Production Supervisor – Kelli Kaye
PA – Nathan Bucar
PA/Driver – Eddie Kunz
Fight Choreographer – Ryan Sturz
Fight Choreographer – Ross Scharphorn
Set Medic – Kathy Bosak
Security – Stephanie A Pritchett
Sound Mixer – James Salini
Production Designer – Giovanna Chiarella
Art Director – Cory Lynn Mann
Art PA/Driver – Benjamin A. Soffer
Costume Designer – Lara Hall
Gaffer – Monica Mejia
Best Boy Electric – Matthew Hayward
Best Boy Grip – Patrick Hyatt
Key Grip – Taylor Frontier
Swing – Giovanni Chiesa
Creature Fabricator – Eric Fox
SFX Makeup Lead – Eric Fox
SFX Makeup – Melissa Fox
SFX Makeup Asst – Alanna Lee
Key Makeup Artist – Carmen Dianne
Hair Artist – Elizabeth Olajide

Post Sound Mixer – Justin Lebens
Composer – Deondre Jonees
Composer – Micah Bijon Vaultz
VFX – Tom Saville, Treehouse Digital

Co-Executive – Producer Jeremy Elliott
Developed By Kevin Shih
Edited By Gabriel A. Montoya
Producer – Jared Parsons
Production Supervisor – Anthony Mugnolo
Production Legal – Meghan Moroney
Production Accounting – Matthew Taylor

Additionally from Crypt TV
Khidhr Applewhite
Mac Beauvais
Derek Bloom
Dane Eckerle
Brendon Holl
Adam Huebner
Jasmine Johnson
Alyssa Onofreo
Dev Sheth
TeriLynn Troxell


Two Different People Or Two Sides Of The Same Person?

I see that the official default WordPress theme Twenty Seventeen has finally been released on, I assume that it will probably be officially announced on Thursday, but who knows.

I can only barely remember part of my last continuing dream / maybe semi-daydream / maybe thoughts from last night, I got awakened three different times by three different alarms, and after that I woke up a few times to check the time and I went back to sleep each time.