I’m trying to formulate a list of critical methods Hawkes employs in Ideology. If you have any suggestions I’d welcome them.
1. “X has become so pervasive it has effectively ceased to exist.”
This formulation ought to evoke paradox, the interpenetration of opposites, the dialectic.
Thanks to Danika for the link:
You see what’s going on here, right?
I’ve not seen this film but it’s pretty clear the screenwriters (who are both from the Bay Area) have read some Marx and Engels. Though I’m not entirely comfortable with the trope of the earnest white savior, on the other hand nothing matters except getting free.