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Train wreck at Montparnasse (October 22, 1895) by Studio Lévy and Sons.
Train wreck at Montparnasse (October 22, 1895) by Studio Lévy and Sons.

Subject Barred is an Anglophone philosophy blog written by the pseudonymous author Padraig. Its title is a reference to the Lacanian and Zizekian split subject, also called subject barred.

As of 2006 the blog was connected to:

Mark K-Punk, Nada, I Cite, Infinite Thought, Different Maps (Archived), AntiGram, Gutterbreakz, Charlotte Street, the weblog, Heronbone, Subject Supposed To Feel, It's all in your mind, Sphaleotas, Humour Me, Larval Subjects, blah-feme, The pinocchio theory, Qlipoth, Lenin's Tomb, Le Colonel Chabert, Long Sunday, Cprobes, Unhalfbricking, A time for fear, Cittaviolenta, World War Four, Synthetic Knowledge, Brown Feeling, Metastable Equilibrium, loveecstasycrime, AnddidThoseFeet, pas au-delà, Stone Cold Pimpin', The Measures Taken, Sit down, man, you're a bloody tragedy, The pursuit of happiness, Bacteriagrl, Jahsonic, Marginalia, poetix, Slow Learner, Dialogic, Ghost in the Wire, Going Somewhere ..., Hysterical Blackness, Lacanian Ink Blog, Posthegemony, SOmetim3s, Spurious, The Difference Engine, What In The Hell, Blissblog, Institute for Conjunctural Research, The Wrong Side of Capitalism, American Stranger, Observing The Observer, Ballardian, K Dot Dammit, Voyou Desoeuvre, A Girl In Stumptown, Caput Mortuum

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