Arguments is a conversation between a philosophy professor and a woman. The exchange between these two people of strikingly different backgrounds, on opposite ends of the divide, invites readers to consider more holistically the implications of the personal being the political, by delving into facets of it, such as relationships, social mobility and solidarity.
This piece is a response to Ravings of a Madwoman, first published in One Imperative and subsequently in Queen Mob’s Teahouse.
To download the text, please click here: ARGUMENTS
A Singaporean Monash University Arts (Journalism) graduate and Australian Council of Trade Unions-certified unionist, Lilith, who, in the words of Bob Dylan (cranked up by Rage Against the Machine), doesn’t want to work on Maggie’s farm no more.