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Très Mall is an animated series featuring writers who cover topics in art, activism, philosophy and the environment. The story follows three artists living in Savannah, where Jon inherits a strip mall and his friends join in to witness a slow progression of misplaced ambitions and other hijinks.

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Derek G. Larson

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 Michael Hardt is an American literary theorist, political philosopher and professor of literature at Duke University. His writings explore the new forms of domination in the contemporary world as well as the social movements and other forces of liberation that resist them. [EP.1 We Need To Invent A Different Kind Of Love ☹ 7min 11sec] 

Michael Hardt is an American literary theorist, political philosopher and professor of literature at Duke University. His writings explore the new forms of domination in the contemporary world as well as the social movements and other forces of liberation that resist them. [EP.1 We Need To Invent A Different Kind Of Love ☹ 7min 11sec] 

 John Hocevar is an activist, explorer, and marine biologist. He has helped win several major victories for marine conservation since becoming the director of Greenpeace's oceans campaign. [EP.3 Benign Violence ☹]

John Hocevar is an activist, explorer, and marine biologist. He has helped win several major victories for marine conservation since becoming the director of Greenpeace's oceans campaign. [EP.3 Benign Violence ☹]

  upcoming:  Emily Apter is Professor of French and Comparative Literature at New York University. Her books include "Unexceptional Politics: On Obstruction, Impasse and the Impolitic [Verso 2017] and Against World Literature: On the Politics of Untranslatability. [Verso 2013]

upcoming: Emily Apter is Professor of French and Comparative Literature at New York University. Her books include "Unexceptional Politics: On Obstruction, Impasse and the Impolitic [Verso 2017] and Against World Literature: On the Politics of Untranslatability. [Verso 2013]

 Graham Harman's work on the metaphysics of objects led to the development of object-oriented ontology. He is a central figure in the speculative realism trend in contemporary philosophy. [EP.2 We Have To Meet Things Halfway ☹ 15min 39sec]

Graham Harman's work on the metaphysics of objects led to the development of object-oriented ontology. He is a central figure in the speculative realism trend in contemporary philosophy. [EP.2 We Have To Meet Things Halfway ☹ 15min 39sec]

  upcoming:  Simon Critchley is Professor of Philosophy at the New School. His work engages literature, psychoanalysis, continental philosophy, ethics, and political theory. He has written on topics as diverse as David Bowie, religion, and suicide. 

upcoming: Simon Critchley is Professor of Philosophy at the New School. His work engages literature, psychoanalysis, continental philosophy, ethics, and political theory. He has written on topics as diverse as David Bowie, religion, and suicide. 

  upcoming:  Kyle Powys Whyte is the Timnick Chair in the Humanities at Michigan State University and Associate Professor of Philosophy and Community Sustainability. His research addresses political issues concerning climate policy and Indigenous peoples, and the ethics between Indigenous peoples and climate science organizations. 

upcoming: Kyle Powys Whyte is the Timnick Chair in the Humanities at Michigan State University and Associate Professor of Philosophy and Community Sustainability. His research addresses political issues concerning climate policy and Indigenous peoples, and the ethics between Indigenous peoples and climate science organizations. 

 Lawrence Williams is an associate professor at the Leeds School of Business, University of Colorado Boulder.  He examines the subtle influence of environmental cues on consumer behavior, psychological distance on consumers’ emotional judgments and mechanisms of self-control. [EP.3 Benign Violence ☹]

Lawrence Williams is an associate professor at the Leeds School of Business, University of Colorado Boulder.  He examines the subtle influence of environmental cues on consumer behavior, psychological distance on consumers’ emotional judgments and mechanisms of self-control. [EP.3 Benign Violence ☹]

  upcoming:  Catherine Malabou is a French philosopher and professor in the Philosophy Department at Kingston University. Malabou's philosophy is the concept of "plasticity," which she derives in part from the work of Hegel, neurobiology and the concept of neuroplasticity. 

upcoming: Catherine Malabou is a French philosopher and professor in the Philosophy Department at Kingston University. Malabou's philosophy is the concept of "plasticity," which she derives in part from the work of Hegel, neurobiology and the concept of neuroplasticity. 

 Dodie Bellamy is an American novelist, nonfiction author, journalist and editor. Her work is frequently associated with that of Dennis Cooper, Kathy Acker, and Eileen Myles. Episode 3 features an excerpt from When the Sick Rule the World [Semiotext(e)]

Dodie Bellamy is an American novelist, nonfiction author, journalist and editor. Her work is frequently associated with that of Dennis Cooper, Kathy Acker, and Eileen Myles. Episode 3 features an excerpt from When the Sick Rule the World [Semiotext(e)]

 Fugazi is a band from Washington, D.C. Episode 2 features Merchandise from Repeater [1990, Dischord Records]

Fugazi is a band from Washington, D.C. Episode 2 features Merchandise from Repeater [1990, Dischord Records]

 Gang is a band from Margate, UK. Episode 2 features Enough Nothing from 925 'Til I Die [2017, M8s Records]

Gang is a band from Margate, UK. Episode 2 features Enough Nothing from 925 'Til I Die [2017, M8s Records]

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