Michael Kinnucan | Hypocrite Reader

Michael Kinnucan

Michael lives in Brooklyn and works as a tutor. He studies philosophy, literature, and psychoanalysis.


Articles by Michael Kinnucan:


An Interview with Yasmin Nair, Part One: There's No Rescuing the Concept of Equality

in Issue 42 | More Government (Jul 2014)

Consent of the Governed: on Masochism as Inquiry

in Issue 41 | Infamy (Jun 2014)

No Children

in Issue 34 | Bait and Switch (Nov 2013)

On Maieutic Machines

in Issue 33 | No Number in Nature (Oct 2013)

Hunger Games

in Issue 31 | Strategies of Togetherness (Aug 2013)

The Political Theology of Sigmund Freud

in Issue 30 | The Daddy Issue (Jul 2013)

The Gods Show Up

in Issue 29 | Faces and Masks (Jun 2013)

On the Jerk

in Issue 28 | Trauma and Laughter (May 2013)

Adventures in Friendship

in Issue 26 | Good Sex (Mar 2013)

What Politics Can Steal From Ethics

in Issue 25 | Conservatism and Reaction (Feb 2013)

Afterthought on “Love Potions”

in Issue 25 | Conservatism and Reaction (Feb 2013)

Tiny Trojan Horses: On Lovers’ Gifts

in Issue 24 | Compulsion (Jan 2013)

Wine and Spirits: Baudelaire’s Orgy and Attention

in Issue 23 | Intoxicants (Dec 2012)

Forgiveness

in Issue 22 | Paradise (Nov 2012)

The Short End of the Stick: Gender Pleasure

in Issue 20 | Difference (Sep 2012)

Afterthought on “Untimely Translations”

in Issue 19 | Drought (Aug 2012)

Disagreement and Dialectic

in Issue 19 | Drought (Aug 2012)

The Empty Subject and the Art of Ethics

in Issue 18 | No Gods No Masters (Jul 2012)

Solomon and Equity

in Issue 16 | Stupidity (May 2012)

A Back Way Into Eden: Elaboration on Kleist

in Issue 14 | Innocence (Mar 2012)

The Beginning of No

in Issue 13 | Weights and Measures (Feb 2012)

The Uncanny and the Rest of the World

in Issue 12 | Home and Pain (Jan 2012)

Early Retirement: An Essay on Lear

in Issue 10 | Occupations (Nov 2011)

Looking and Wanting to Touch: Irony and Its Enemies

in Issue 8 | Hunger (Sep 2011)

Self-Destruction as Spiritual Practice

in Issue 6 | Making an Exit (Jul 2011)

Beckett and Failure

in Issue 5 | Realism (Jun 2011)

Incest, Cannibalism, and the Gods: The Rise of the House of Atreus

in Issue 4 | The Progress of Memory (May 2011)

The Rape of Gaia: “Avatar” and the Politics of Nature

in Issue 3 | Nature and Its Enemies (Apr 2011)

The Innocent Criminal

in Issue 2 | Breaking the Law (Mar 2011)

A Peculiar Institution: The Afterlife of Marriage

in Issue 1 | Valentine’s Day (Feb 2011)