Publications

Casopis za kritiko znanosti, domisljijo in novo antropologijo (Student Association of Slovenia, Ljubljana), Vol. 4, No. 12, 1976 (in Slovene)

Ideology of Rationality and Rationality of Ideology: A Note on Quantitative Planning Methods

Casopis za kritiko znanosti, domisljijo in novo antropologijo (Student Association of Slovenia, Ljubljana), Vol. 4, Nos. 13-14, 1976 (in Slovene)

On Commodity Production and Social Planning

Casopis za kritiko znanosti, domisljijo in novo antropologijo (Student Association of Slovenia, Ljubljana), Vol. 4, Nos. 17-18, 1976 (in Slovene)

Toward a Critique of Braverman’s Labor and Monopoly Capital (with Elise Bon-Rudin)

Prostor (Urban Planning Association of Slovenia, Ljubljana), Vol. 1, No. 3, 1976 (in Slovene)

On Interdisciplinary Approach to Planning

Teorija in Praksa (Faculty of Sociology, Ljubljana University, Ljubljana), Vol. 8, No. 11, 1976; Erratum: Vol. 9, Nos. 1-2, 1977 (in Slovene)

On Social Information Systems and Planning

AB - Arhitektov Bilten (Faculty of Architecture, Ljubljana University, Ljubljana) No. 35, 1977 (in Slovene):

On Organization and Social Planning
On Freedom and Social Planning

Notes on Social Planning, Urban Planning Institute of Slovenia, Ljubljana, February 1977 (in English)

Ideology of Rationality and Rationality of Ideology: A Note on Quantitative Planning Methods
On Commodity Production and Social Planning
On Freedom and Social Planning
On Organization and Social Planning
On Interdisciplinary Approach to Planning
On Social Information Systems and Planning
Toward a Critique of Braverman’s Labor and Monopoly Capital (with Elise Bon-Rudin)

Telos (Sociology Department, Washington University, St. Louis, Missouri), No. 33, Fall 1977 (under pseudonym, Hop Jan)

Seventeen Latin Proverbs—Notes on Socialist Planning and Its Discontents:

Mala fide (Addendum I)
Quo animo?
Plaudite, cives!
Intelligenti pauca (Addendum)
Clavus clavo eicitur
Non nova, sed nove
Caveat
Sum quod eris
Volenti nil impossibile (Addendum)
Horror vacui
Beati pauperes spiritu
Felix culpa
Ridentem dicere verum
Credo quia absurdum
Factum fieri nequit infectum

Telos (Sociology Department, Washington University, St. Louis, Missouri), No. 37, Fall 1978 (under pseudonym, Hop Jan)

Notes From a Planning Office:

Ne quid nimis
Plurima que aggreditur, nil apte perficit
Lukács Revisited
Control and Communication
Ab initio
Property versus Control (Addendum I)
Ridentem dicere verum
Credo quia absurdum
Factum fieri nequit infectum
Ne sutor supra crepidam
Dura lex, sed lex
De te fabula narratur
Social Void versus Void Society (Addendum)
Qua diversus abis? (Addendum I)
Revolution versus Evolution
Bellum omnium contra omnes (Addendum I)
Nec Hercul contra duos
Odysseus or Myth and Elightenment
“This is Cute; And Yet…”
Conentur sibi res, non se submittere rebus
Thesis Xia on the Philosophy of History
The Grand Inquisitor and Bureaucracy
De dignitate et excellentia hominis
In Praise of Excellence (Addendum)
Back to Society
Paraphrasing Marx?
In Praise of Ideology
Twofold Domination
Loin des yeux, loin du coeur
Administration of Servitude
I Am Only Kidding!

Telos (Sociology Department, Washington University, St. Louis, Missouri), No. 42, Winter 1979-80

More Notes from a Planning Office:

The Fallen Gods (Addendum)
Awaiting a Fresh Start
Pia fraus
Ornamentum baculinum
On Crude and Thoughtless Communism
Margaritas ante porcos
A Frivolous Note on a Short Conversation with an Ex-Soviet Citizen
What Surrogate?
Systematic Error and Vice Versa
Conclusiuncula

Residua I-XX: Selections (London: The Hereford Salon), 1996

(Notes collected over twenty years)

Why I Am Perhaps Not An Artist (London: Hereford Salon), 1996

Odysseus or Myth and Enlightenment
Testamentum XII (Addendum)
The Artificers
On Retrogression (Addendum)
On Technique (Addendum)
The Idiot
The Horrible Difference
Kandinsky
On Adorno’s “Presque rien” (Addendum)
Semper aliquid novi
Art and Self-Extinction
A Vulgar Hypothesis Concerning Our Spiritual Heritage
Perpetuum mobile (Addendum)
Captain Fleming’s Introduction to Culture (Addendum)
Non sequitur
On Some Universal Aspects of Progress
Kublai Khan (1216-1294) (Addendum)
Testamentum CXI (Addendum)
On Pornography in Western Art
Plum Tree Blossom
Genghis Khan and Picasso
Magdalena Abakanowicz
Art is Shit: A Generalization
On Onanism, Again (Addendum)
Bon Buddhism in a Nutshell
Whiteknights
Marcel Duchamp
My Reward
Mapplethorpe
Progress Report (Addendum)
There is Always Something
Piero della Francesca
The Books of Anselm Kiefer (Addendum)
Missing Links
Sol LeWitt’s Admonishment
An International Art Trade Forecast
On Non-Verbal Communication
Ten Principles of Bon Buddhism
In Praise of Western Civilization
Arvo Pärt
Painter’s Dilemma
My Boards (Addenda I and II)
Things Dead and Alive: Fragments from a Letter to a Friend (Addendum I)
Thang-ka
Why I Am Perhaps Not an Artist
The Animal in Us (Addendum)
My Symbols
Francesco Clemente
Useless Tree
Homage to Manzoni (Addendum)
Whoa! (Addenda I and II)
Andrea Mantegna
My Rôle in the World of Art
Homage to Montaigne
A Familiar Cord (Addendum)
The Serpentine (Addendum I)
Less than a Lifetime (Addendum)
Easter Monday
High is Low
The Making of the First Ikon
Damien Hirst
Shop-Dropping
My New Travel Companion
Marino Marini
Edward Hopper
Joe Davis
Fragments, Splinters, Toenails
The Renaissance Man
Yuendumu
Toward an Art Policy for the Third Millennium: A Modest Proposal (Addendum)
Why I Am Perhaps a Sufi
Quite Thick
Ars gratia artificis: Toward a Manifesto
Brancusi v. the United States
Ad Reinhardt’s Admonishment
What do Léger and Mondrian Have in Common?
A Friendly Warning
A Happy Ghost
L’art, c’est moi (Addendum I)
Auguste Rodin (Addendum)
Federico Felini
Africa, Africa
Whiff of Pumpkin in Steel
Building and Power
Factual Nonsense (Addendum I)
Lucy Le Feuvre
Twenty-Years’ Worth
“Goodnight Mr. Dorsky”
Andy Warhol
A Parable About Spiritual Evolution
David Wilson
Howling and Barking
Although English
David Hockney
The Power of Christian Imagery
To Lighten Up
The Prince of Believers versus the Commander of the Faithful
A Little Ideal
Like a Train
“Yes, Symmetry”
Stray Erection
Lascaux

Inventory (London), Vol. 1, No. 2, 1996

Glossary:

Arse (An Ass So Big)
Civilization (The Books of Anselm Kiefer)
Possession (1984 from Within)

Inventory (London), Vol. 1, No. 3, 1996

Glossary:

Scum (Scum of the Earth)

Inventory (London), Vol. 2, No. 1, 1997

Glossary:

Elsewhere

Salon: Whence and Whither? First Lecture (London: Hereford Salon), 1997

Salon: Whence and Whither?
Homage to Florensky
Der Blaue Reiter
My Rôle in the World of Art
Two Countries
Salon: Toward a Definition
Interference
The Puzzle of Venice
On Prostitution and Conservation of Family Wealth among Venetian Patricians
Ca’ Venier
The Piegeon’s Swim
Homage to Louis XIV
Soirées familiales et artistiques
Salon and Café
Happy so Happy
A Name is a Name is a Name
Real Plums
Another Illusion
The Making of the First Ikon
Magdalena Abakanowicz
Painter’s Dilemma
In the Face of Adversity
Shittism: Toward an Apology (Addendum II)
By Its Bareness and by the Absence of all Irritating Detail
L’art, c’est moi (Addendum I)
Gertrude Stein vs. Alfred Barr, Jr.
Ad Reinhardt’s Admonishment
Krishna’s Admonishment
A Parable About Spiritual Evolution
“Yes, Symmetry” (Addendum)
Pittura oggi
Andy Warhol (Addendum)
Ars gratia artificis: Toward a Manifesto
The Hereford Salon

Salon: Whence and Whither? Second Lecture (London: Hereford Salon), 1997

Salon: Whence and Whither?
Coyote
Mysticism Revealed
The Historic Meeting of Post-Historical and Pre-Historical Art
A Vulgar Hypothesis Concerning Our Spiritual Heritage
“Yes, Symmetry” (Addendum)
High is Low
The Animal in Us
The Art of Copying
The Roots of Modern Art
Entoptic Forms
On the Dialectics of Good and Evil in Modern Art
Dark Origins
L’art, c’est moi (Addendum I)
By Its Bareness and by the Absence of all Irritating Detail
After Moscow
On Modern vs. Archaic Conceptions of Freedom, Creativity, and History
Khlebnikov’s Admonishment
The Making of the First Ikon
Painter’s Dilemma
A Physical Contact
Real Plums
Another Illusion
The Exploded View of the Artist
Salon: Toward a Definition
Interference
Homage to Louis XIV
Soirées familiales et artistiques
Salon and Café
On Language and Religion
Der Blaue Reiter
Homage to Florensky
Ars gratia artificis: Toward a Manifesto

Flash Art (Milano), Vol. 31, No. 198, January-February 1998

The Inscrutable

Flash Art (Milano), Vol. 31, No. 199, March-April 1998

Markets Undiscovered (Behold)
The Art of Copying

Flash Art (Milano), Vol. 31, No. 200, Summer 1998

The Will to Power as Art

Flash Art (Milano), Vol. 31, No. 203, November-December 1998

Invitation to the Last Art Show

The Economist (London), January 9, 1999

On the English Language: A Letter to The Economist

Flash Art (Milano), Vol. 32, No. 205, March-April 1999

Letter to the Editor (From a Letter to Giancarlo Politi)

Butterfly (London), No. 3, Summer 1999

Butterfly
The Secret Agent
“He”
An Unnamed Species
On Matrix Algebra and Rock ‘n’ Roll
In Praise of Dr. Johnson (Addendum)
Why I Date My Writings
Friends of Our Friends
Barbie’s Tits
Like Honey
Julia Kristeva: Snapshots
On Writing and Painting

Butterfly (London), No. 4, Autumn 1999

What’s Wrong with Sophie Calle: Twelve Postcards:

From a Letter to Giancarlo Politi (Addendum)
Sophie Calle (Addenda I and II)
Sophie Calle at Camden Arts Center
Toward an Idea for a Joint Art Project: From a Letter to Sophie Calle (Addendum)
Like Honey
Leviathan
The Old Crock
Double Game
Jay Jopling
A Proposal for a Joint Project: An Open Letter to Sophie Calle
The Last Art Show Opinion Survey
What’s Wrong with Sophie Calle

Statement Art (Amsterdam), No. 1, December 1999

Artist as a Critics’ Critic: A Postcard Collection:

Another Illusion
What Does this Tell You?
Bridget Riley at Serpentine Gallery
The Last Art Show Opinion Survey
In Praise of Poetry in Prose
What’s Wrong with Sophie Calle?
Homage to Damien Hirst
Statement Art
The Question of Intelligence
Wishful Thinking
Error of Artists
Our Bed
Mysteries of Restoration Work
Still Shaping
Meta-Salon

Tank (London), No. 8, February 2000

Singing

The Jackdaw (London), No. 6, March 2001

The Year of the Artist

Another Magazine (London), No. 1, Autumn-Winter 2001

Adding, Subtracting
Nine Reasons for Being Happy

The Jackdaw (London), No. 13, November 2001

Art and Money

The Jackdaw (London), No. 15, February 2002

What Art Is: A Letter to The Jackdaw

Gazet (Amsterdam), No. 3, February 2002

Pop is Everything

The Jackdaw (London), No. 19, June 2002

What Art is Not: A Letter to The Jackdaw
Sam Taylor-Wood at Hayward Gallery

The Jackdaw (London), No. 22, October 2002

Abstract Realism Explained: A Letter to The Jackdaw

Belgrade Postcards (Belgrade: Vracarski Breg), 2002

La Tour Eiffel (Addenda I - III)
A Lunch-Time Story
On Innocence
On the Dialectics of Man and Nature (Non, nisi parendo, vincitur)
On Rational Choice and Aeronautics
On Boundless Potentials
The Africans
Red Carnations
Marx and Engels
Filomena’s Fear (Addenda I and II)
Alle Menschen werden Brüder (Addendum)
A Recent Acquisition (Addenda I - V)
How is it Possible?
Cavalry
Sweetness Lost (Addenda I - III)
On Mosquitoes (Addendum)
A Streetcar Story
A Touch of Pride
A Touch of Romanticism (Addendum)
Autobiography X (Addendum)
On Love Making (Addendum)
Growing Up Jewish
Dobermannville
The Proud Cat
On Small Fry
Belgrade-London
Twilight (Addendum)
Istanbul-London
Crumbs
The Art of Homelessness (Addendum)
Growing Pains
The Only Cloud
In Praise of Writing (Addenda I and II)
A Totally Useless Thing
“Good Cunt”
Ivo Andric
Highwaymen
Nada the First
Federico Fellini (Addendum)
A Good Blow-Job is within Reach of Every Woman (Addendum)
My Aunt Aurora and Elevators
My Master’s Daughter
The Bizarre End
Real Plums (Addendum)
A Morning Scene
Oh, How Willing!
Inat
On the Origin of Love
Watermelons Everywhere
A Subtle Combination
My Generation
Forty Days, Years (Addendum)
1968 from Without
Me, Me, Me
The Front Door
Grma Moges
Liking
Milena
Any Day Now
A Definite Measure (Addenda I and II)
L’homme perdu
Bombay
Details, Details
Whine and Boom
Joining
The Front Door Revisited
Jugoslawien
Business or Pleasure
Still Awaiting
Master Bedroom
Dying for Victories
Danas (Addendum)
Albania Revisited (Addendum)
Love, Peace, and Brotherhood
A Typical Man
The Full Glory of Falling Behind
The Streets of Belgrade (Addendum)
Front, Side, and Back (Addendum)
“Slip into Something Elegant”
Two Alphabets
Slushy
Straw Hat
Postscriptum VII

Istrian Postcards (Belgrade: Vracarski Breg), 2003

Odysseus or Myth and Enlightenment (Addenda I - III)
Autobiography IV (Addenda I and II)
Atopos (Addendum)
An Island Story
Temptations of a Lotus-Eater
Borderline
Hernán Cortés (Addenda I and II)
Nomen atque omen (Addenda I and II)
The Organs of Truth (Addendum)
On Thinking as a Mode of International Transportation (Addenda I and II)
Autobiography XIII
Elsewhere
The Court Master of Geomancy
Leo serenissimus (Addendum)
Ten Principles of Bon Buddhism
Krk Zen
Marin Sanudo
Milano-London (Addendum)
Less than a Lifetime (Addendum)
Family Crest
A Sufi Preface to my Residua
Mysticism Revealed (Addenda I and II)
The Next Move
Ottaviano Bon (1552-1623)
The Building of Ca’ Bon-Rezzonico: Toward a Research Proposal
Where Nothing Can Happen Ever Again
Francesco Bon (1310?-?)
The Pigeon’s Swim
Zagreb-London (Addenda I and II)
The Bridge
Like a Ghost
The South of Souths
“I Like It” (Addendum)
My Mistresses
The Builders of Venice
Prophetic
Spelling
Illuminating
With Feeling
In Praise of My Mother
Avoiding
Johannis Bon or Bonus
Separating and Uniting
Joyfully
Family
Viva Lenin
In Praise of Sensory Deprivation
Pacific and Atlantic
Back and Forth
My Little Woman, My Little Wife
Cunning and Conniving
Waving
Lost and Found
Hoces, neces, moras” (Addendum)
On My Slovene Language Proficiency
Tall and Fat
Trieste-London
Absyrtos
Songs and Dances (Addendum)
Iaccobvs Bon Ioannis
Angels
Desire
As Humdrum as Reality
Adio (Addendum)
To Istria!
“A Family in Search of Summer”
Temporary Property Rights
A Zoological Phenomenon
Seagulls and People
Glagolithic Alphabet
All these Names, All these Facts
De Santa Lucia a Nadal un pie de gal
Clarity and Alacrity
N’anche ‘l mus no la vol portar la bareta militar
Dürer, Panofsky, Elkins, and I
The Old Istrian Dialect
Reporting
“If”
Death in Reading
Katrine, Helena
The Idea of Service
Teeming with Game
Winding Path
That Kind of Freedom
Exchanging Gifts
Birth, Death
Journey, Step
Nivea Body Spray
Capo d’Istria
Let me Introduce Myself: An Electronic-Mail Message to Margot Anand
A Good Investment (Addendum)
In terra veritas
Just a Bridge
All Kinds of Dictionaries
Corso
A Welcome Relief
“It’s Better to Go without Something than to Lose It”
Good People
Born on an Island
So Many Towns
Book of Complaints (Addendum)
In Praise of Provincialism
Talker and Listener
In Blissful Ignorance
My Favorite
“You’re Too Young to Retire!”
My Glorious Army
The Ruins
As I Lie in Bed and Stare at the Ceiling
Five Languages
In Training
Fear of Dying
Homecoming (Addendum)
Giuseppina’s Spirit: From an Electronic-Mail Message to Alberto Martinuzzi
Putting Two and Two Together
Cooperation, Competition
Upgrading
The Last Stage
It Hurts to Know
Hands Down
Not Even Rain
An Omen to My Liking (Addendum)
Frozen in Motion
Nice Things
The Old Motovun Loggia
Being Fussed Over (Addendum)
Landscape, Skyscape (Addendum)
God Knows Why
Suspiciously Green
Savoring My Lunch
Miro
The Next Outburst
City of Artists
Flegi, Boni
Motovun Film Festival
The First Step
Three Goats
The Eleventh Thesis on Feuerbach Revisited
Not Such a Good Idea (Addendum)
My New Address
The Coming Ice Age
Ahead of Myself
The End of the Journey
In the Middle of Nowhere
The Binding Concept (Addendum)
A Meter in Length
The Movers are Coming
Postscriptum VIII

The Economist (London), April 26, 2003

Salon des refusés: A Letter to The Economist

The Jackdaw (London), No. 30, July-August 2003

Not Radical Enough

Tank (London), Vol. 3, No. 7, 2003

Witnessing

The Jackdaw (London), No. 31, September 2003

Further to My Previous Letter to The Jackdaw

The Technology Review (Cambridge, Massachusetts), December 2003-January 2004

MIT’s New Logo

The Economist (London), January 17, 2004

Greater Europe: A Letter to The Economist

The Jackdaw (London), No. 36, March 2004

“Make My Heart Sing!”

The Jackdaw (London), No. 41, September 2004

The Great Fire of Leyton

The Economist (London), October 9, 2004

Battling for Brains: A Letter to The Economist

The Jackdaw (London), No. 43, November 2004

Basel Meat Market
Not a Trifling Matter

The Jackdaw (London), No. 44, December-January 2005

Dead Butterflies: A Letter to The Economist

The Jackdaw (London), No. 45, February 2005

Monet in London: A Letter to The Jackdaw
Close to the Wind

The Economist (London), February 19, 2005

Suspiciously Like Communism: A Letter to The Economist

The Jackdaw (London), No. 46, March 2005

Taking the Piss: A Letter to The Jackdaw

The Jackdaw (London), No. 47, April 2005

The Spectrum of Human Consciousness and the Primacy of Abstract Art
Banning Nazi Symbols

The Jackdaw (London), No. 48, May 2005

Painter

The Jackdaw (London), No. 49, June 2005

So Much More Liberating: A Letter to The Jackdaw

The Jackdaw (London), No. 51, September 2005

Art And Progress: A Letter to The Jackdaw

The Economist (London), October 8, 2005

Stagnation Can Be Fun: A Letter to The Economist

The Jackdaw (London), No. 54, December-January 2006

Positive, Negative

The Technology Review (Cambridge, Massachusetts), December-January 2006

Urstadt Versus Kunstler: A Letter to The Technology Review

The Jackdaw (London), No. 55, February 2006

Pitifully Trite: A Letter to The Jackdaw

The Economist (London), February 18, 2006

Culture, Schmulture: A Letter to The Economist

The Jackdaw (London), No. 56, March 2006

On the Art Market

The Jackdaw (London), No. 57, April 2006

The Fashionable Tip: A Letter to The Economist

The Jackdaw (London), No. 58, May 2006

“A Drop of Sperm is a Masterpiece Lost”

The Economist (London), June 3, 2006

Alexander Zinoviev: A Letter to The Economist

The Jackdaw (London), No. 60, July-August 2006

Art, Schmart: A Letter to The Economist

The Jackdaw (London), No. 61, September 2006

Droit de suite: A Letter to The Economist
Pure Void: A Letter to The Jackdaw

The Economist (London), October 7, 2006

Our Prehistoric Baggage: A Letter to The Economist

The Jackdaw (London), No. 63, November 2006

All These Promises
Poor Raphael: A Letter to The Jackdaw

The Jackdaw (London), No. 66, March 2007

Color, Schmolor
In Praise of Tracey Emin: A Letter to The Jackdaw
The Damned Signature: A Letter to The Jackdaw

The Jackdaw (London), No. 67, April 2007

Infallible albeit Inelegant: A Letter to The Jackdaw

The Economist (London), March 31, 2007

Jean Baudrillard: A Letter to The Economist

The Jackdaw (London), No. 69, June 2007

The Last Academician: A Letter to The Jackdaw

The Jackdaw (London), No. 70, July-August 2007

Cool Britannia: A Letter to The Jackdaw
The Art Market: A Letter to The Economist

The Jackdaw (London), No. 71, September 2007

A Small Fortune: A Letter to The Jackdaw

The Jackdaw (London), No. 73, November 2007

Forever Chance

The Economist (London), November 3, 2007

Free Speech: A Letter to The Economist

The Jackdaw (London), No. 74, December-January 2008

In Praise of Tate Modern
Marble Made Flesh: A Letter to The Economist

The Jackdaw (London), No. 75, February 2008

Stop Prostituting Yourselves

The Economist (London), March 1, 2008

Russian Mythologizing: A Letter to The Economist

The Jackdaw (London), No. 77, April 2008

Conflict of Interests

The Economist (London), June 14, 2008

Corruption in Eastern Europe: A Letter to The Economist

Melita Richter Malabotta, Editor, Migrazioni e paesaggi urbani, Trieste: C.A.C.I.T., 2008 (in Italian)

Da altrove (From Elsewhere):

Atopos
Autobiography XI
Growing Up Jewish
The Art of Homelessness
Your Only Child
My Favorite
Flegi, Boni
My New Address
On Proselytising
Dying to Know
Kataskopos
Belonging
My Very Last Stand
Your Capital

The Jackdaw (London), No. 80, July-August 2008

Nick Serota: A Letter to The Jackdaw

The Economist (London), September 27, 2008

Emperor Franz Josef and the European Union: A Letter to The Economist

The Jackdaw (London), No. 81, September-October 2008

Fucking Hell: A Letter to The Jackdaw

The Economist (London), November 15, 2008

The Real Maverick: A Letter to The Economist

The Jackdaw (London), No. 82, November-December 2008

Hard Knocks: A Letter to The Jackdaw
Damien Hirst: A Letter to The Economist

Republika (Belgrade), Vol. XX, Nos. 442-443, December 2008 (in Serbian)

1968:

Red Carnations
How is It Possible?
1968 from Within
1968 from Without
The Spirit of Quixotic Rebellion
Complementary Colors
MCMLXVIII
The Year as Such
Key Words or Phrases
Goosebumps
A Bit Too Easy
1968, 2008

The Jackdaw (London), No. 83, January-February 2009

The Spectacle: A Letter to The Jackdaw
Smart Art: A Letter to The Economist

The Economist (London), January 10, 2009

Capsaicin Craving: A Letter to The Economist

The Jackdaw (London), No. 85, May-June 2009

In Praise of Everlasting Economic Decline: A Letter to The Jackdaw

The Economist (London), May 16, 2009

The Curse of Economics: A Letter to The Economist

The Jackdaw (London), No. 86, July-August 2009

Connecting the Dots

The Economist (London), September 26, 2009 (online edition only)

Taxpayers’ Largesse: A Letter to The Economist

The Jackdaw (London), No. 87, September-October 2009

A Hippocratic Oath for Artists: A Letter to The Economist
The Saga of Elgin Marbles: A Letter to The Economist

The Economist (London), December 12, 2009 (online edition only)

Czechoslovakia, Yugoslavia: A Letter to The Economist

The Jackdaw (London), No. 89, January-February 2010

Capitalist Realism: A Letter to The Jackdaw

The Economist (London), January 30, 2010

Geographic Labelling for Beginners: A Letter to The Economist

The Jackdaw (London), No. 90, March-April 2010

Animal Spirits in the Art Market

The Technology Review (Cambridge, Massachusetts), March-April 2010

Human Expansion into Space: A Letter to The Technology Review

The Economist (London), May 8, 2010 (online edition only)

Emerging Protectionism: A Letter to The Economist

Toward a Short History of Motovun (Munich: Elisabeth Sandmann Verlag), 2010

Homecoming (Addendum)
Seven Pianos
The Color of My House (Addendum)
A Wound that Still Festers (Addenda I, II, and III)
Toward a Map of Motovun
So Hard (Addendum)
Veli Joze Lives
The Acquedotto Istriano
Center, Periphery
The Horn
The First Reference
The Center of the World, Again
Mario Andretti and I
Beyond Our Ken (Addendum)
Alive and Well
Someone in Town (Addenda I, II, III, and IV)
The Stone Exposed
Toward a Short History of Motovun (Addenda I and II)
In Print (Addenda I, II, and III)
Continuous Improvement
Attila’s Tomb
Montona anema persa
Veli Joze the Bosnia
Stripping
Il cazzo nel pozzo
The Rapist’s Fate
Yet to Be Recognized (Addendum)
A Riot of Colors (Addendum)
The Old Building Technology
Regulation Gray
Still a Kid
The Long List (Addendum)
A Wonder of Nature
The Lucky Bastard
Mussolini’s Italy
Good Riddance, Ivan Matejcic!
The Culprit
Follow the Water
Head over Heels
I Love Motovun (Addenda I, II, III, and IV)
Our Own Historian
Surfeit of Nastiness
With a Little Bit of Savvy
A Darwinian Book
The Tricolore (Addenda I and II)
Frottole
Borgo (Addenda I, II, and III)
Motovun’s Walls
The Nine Windows
New Hole in the Wall
World Heritage
The Town Critic
Deutsch 119 (Addenda I, II, III, and IV)
Duo lirico
The Zero Category (Addendum)
This Glaring Error (Addenda I and II)
The Cracks
The Waves
The Mother of God
Baron Polesini
The Carnage
Pollarding
How to Use the Square
Luckily for my Parents
Toward a Short History of Motovun, With Feeling
Surfeit of Nastiness, Again
Google Trends: Motovun
World Heritage in Peril: A Letter to The Economist
They, Too
An Iron Curtain
Istria Minus Venice
From the Wreck of Attila’s Empire
The Last Motovun Historian
Nothing opf Any Importance
Murador
The Culture Minister’s Thick Skin
Postscriptum XII

The Economist (London), September 4, 2010 (online edition only)

Work, Leisure: A Letter to The Economist

The Jackdaw (London), No. 93, September-October 2010

Forbidden Art: A Letter to The Economist

The Economist (London), October 16, 2010

Stuxnet Be Praised: A Letter to The Economist

The Economist (London), November 27, 2010

Show a Little Confidence in China: A Letter to The Economist

The Technology Review (Cambridge, Massachusetts), July-August 2011

SpaceX to the Rescue: A Letter to The Technology Review

The Economist (London), November 12, 2011

Mind-Reading Technology: A Letter to The Economist

The Economist (London), December 31, 2011 (online edition only)

Seasteading: A Letter to The Economist

The MIT Technology Review (Cambridge, Massachusetts), July-August 2013

“Climate Change: The Moral Choices”

What is to Be Done? Climate Change for Beginners (Belgrade: HESPERIAedu), 2014

Preface
The Universe in Us
To Be or not to Be: A Letter to The Economist (Addendum)
On Some Consequences of Population Explosion
Suspiciously Green
Thrilling (Addenda I-III)
The Blooming Wisteria
Follow the Water
Drainage
Fortifying
Another Incentive (Addendum)
With a Little Bit of Savvy
Climate Change for Beginners: A Letter to The Economist
How to Prolong the Tourist Season
The Ladybug Mystery (Addendum)
Collective Action: A Letter to The Economist
Thickening Fast (Addendum)
Too Many Surprises
So Very Soothing
At Sea: A Letter to The Economist
In Praise of Anarchy: A Letter to The Economist
Dramatic Enough
An Inconvenient Truth
Greener than Though: A Letter to The Economist
In My Own Garden (Addenda I-II)
Culling versus Chopping: A Letter to The Economist
The Absence: A Letter to The Economist
Blessed Ignorance
Conveyer Belt: A Letter to The Economist
President, Proselytizer: A Letter to The Economist
On Population: A Letter to The Economist
To Repair the Damage
Cities in Peril: A Letter to The Economist
The Bottleneck Hypothesis
Politicians, Priests: A Letter to The Economist
The Tipping Point
The Anthropocene
Translating
Such and Evolutionary Feat
These Simple Questions
The Horror Lurking Ahead: A Letter to The Economist
Scorching Sunlight
The Tragicomedy of the Commons: A Letter to The Economist
The Root of Communism
Too Optimistic by Half: An Electronic-mail Message to Jacques Attali
Global Green New Deal: A Letter to The Economist
Cooperation, Confrontation
Venice in Peril: A Letter to The Economist
Fiddling with Words: A Letter to The Economist
No Alternative
Eco-Documentaries: A Letter to The Economist
Sea-Level Rise for Beginners: A Letter to The Economist
Green Jobs: A Letter to The Economist
The Giddens’ Paradox: A Letter to The Economist
Bonn, Copenhagen: A Letter to The Economist
Polyanthroponemia
The Church to the Rescue
Memories of English Weather
Gaia’s Revenge: A Letter to The Economist
Out of Our Fretful Reach
Waxman-Markey: A Letter to The Economist
Human Impact of Climate Change: A Letter to The Economist
The Price the World Will Pay: A Letter to The Economist
G2 to the Rescue: A Letter to The Economist
“Time’s Up!”
Withdrawing Together with Keith Farnish
Medea, Gaia
Human Spaceflight: A Letter to The Economist
A Green Ransom: A Letter to The Economist
Copenhagen, Copenhagen: A Letter to The Economist
Emission Targets Worth Having: A Letter to The Economist
As Climate Keeps Changing
Climate-Induced Wars: A Letter to The Economist
Shaming the Laggards: A Letter to The Economist
Falling Fertility: A Letter to The Economist
Religion and Climate Change: A Letter to The Economist
When Green Issues are Concerned
The Simplest of Morals
Yucca’s Blunder
Yes, Scientists are Human: A Letter to The Economist
A Sour Foretaste: A Letter to The Economist
Getting Warmer and Warmer: A Letter to The Economist
How to Tackle Climate Change: A Letter to The Economist
Murador
Planet B: A Letter to The Economist
Human Expansion into Space: A Letter to The Technology Review
After Copenhagen
In Praise of Wacky Ideas: A Letter to The Economist
America in 2050: A Letter to The Economist
Climate Change Forever: A Letter to The Economist
A Single and Puny Branch
The End of Kyoto: A Letter to The Economist
Climategate: A Letter to The Economist
Received Wisdom: A Letter to The Economist
It’s the Frequency, Stupid: A Letter to The Economist
A Governance Revolution: A Letter to The Economist
Golf Played from Boats (Addenda I-II)
GLBLWRMR
Geoengineering, Terraforming: A Letter to The Economist
Once a Floodplain…
Adaptation for Beginners: A Letter to The Economist
Cancun, Schmancun: A Letter to The Economist
Flooding, Flooding: A Letter to The Economist
The Main Problem with Geoengineering: A Letter to The Economist
Come to Motovun and Enjoy the Middle Ages
Tornadoes, Hurricanes: A Letter to The Economist (Addendum)
Wilted Greenery: A Letter to The Economist
Polyanthroponemia for Beginners: A Letter to The Economist
Once-in-a-Century Natural Disasters: A Letter to The Economist
The Future of Migration: A Letter to The Economist
God’s Wrath
Change of Climate: A Letter to The Economist
A Space Cadet’s Lament: A Letter to The Economist
Facing Extinction: A Letter to The Economist
Southern States in Peril: A Letter to The Economist
On Climate Change and War: A Letter to The Economist
Depression and Collective Human Intelligence
Rome is Burning
The Past Long Enough
The Failure of Science
Intellectual Dreams Notwithstanding
Thanks to Copenhagen: A Letter to The Economist
The Asian Ladybug
Why We are All Going Green: A Letter to The Economist
The Road to Nowhere: A Letter to The Economist
Seasteading: A Letter to The Economist
Adaptation is the Answer (Addendum)
Past Domestication
On Catastrophes and Climate Change
The Dark Ages to Follow (Addendum)
“No Need to Panic about Global Warming”
Prehistory, Posthistory
The Next Bout of Snow
On Zen and Martial Arts
Whither State Capitalism?
Lucky Astrologers
Living Alone
Toward a Definition of Human Intelligence
The World Population
On Accounting
Half a Degree (Addenda I-III)
Scaremongering, Again
“Freak Weather Linked to Global Warming”
“Meltdown”
“The Attraction of Solitude”
“Dire Warning on Global Food Supply”
“Arctic Sea Ice Reaches Record Low”
Michio Kaku and I
On the Dialectic of Cooperation and Confrontation
“Both Romney and Obama Avoid Talk of Climate Change”
“Boom in Urban Wildlife Invaders”
“Sandy Closes Wall Street for Second Day”
Austerity for Beginners
“Bloomberg Backs Obama, Citing Climate Change”
In the Wake of Hurricane Sandy
“Climate Change Will Affect All Nations”
“Is This the End?”
“Going Through the Motions in Doha”
The Fake Silver Lining
“Ice Sheets Melting Three Times Faster than Twenty Years Ago”
“Four Reasons for Hope on Climate Change”
“The Sperm Count Crisis”
“Experts Call for End to Climate Mega Summits”
VHEM
Wet, Dry (Addendum)
Dear Mrs. Smith: A Letter to The MIT Technology Review (Addendum)
Do Not Hold Your Breath: A Prophecy for the Next Million Years
Sandals, What Sandals?
“The End of a European Climate Policy”
On Primitive Communism
The Animated Map
A Recipe for Foolproof Subversion
“Climate Change: The Moral Choices”
Fear no Spying
“People Now Realize what Climate Change Means”
The Good Times
“The Consequences of Accelerated Modern Life”
Global Warming for Beginners (Addendum)
Cats and Dogs
“Humans Blamed for Global Warming”
“Leaders Must Speed Up on Climate Change!
On Science Failure
“Panel Says Climate Change Poses Risk to Food Supplies”
The Supertyphoon (Addenda I-III)
On Followers
Warsaw, Schmarsaw
Other Suitable Habitats
Undermining the Underminers
Yet to Be Born
This Failing Civilization
As Boring as Death
Posthistory Beckons
One-in-So-Many-Years Verbiage
“Industry in US Grows Aware of Threat from Climate Change”
The Human Problem
Natura sanat (Addendum)
The Folksy Proverb
My Long-Term Weather Prediction
Welcome to Climate Change (Addendum)
Flooding
Enjoy Life While You Can
Thundersnow
On Martial Arts
The Petri Dish
“Has the Time Come for Floating Cities?”
“Will Global Warming Really Trigger Mass Extinctions?”
Capitalism to the Rescue
Nameless Humans
Broken Trees
“UN Urges Swift Action on Climate”
The Evolutionary Origins of the Depression Epidemic: A Letter to The Economist
The Twenty-First Century for Beginners
Memories of English Weather, Again
A Taboo Theme (Addendum)
“The Right Lessons from Chernobyl”
“Climate Change is a Present Danger”
On Marx and Marxists
May 1914
Capitalism without Limits
Survival of the Fittest
On Disaster Management
“Weighing the Future”
“Global Warming versus Climate Change”
“A Price on Carbon as a Climate Rescue Plan”
“Have Children Not Pets”
“Corruption Scandals Undermine Italy’s Investment Drive”
“Global Refugee Numbers Pass Fifty-Million”
On Family
Cooperation, Conflict
“Big Projects Face Growing Resistance”
Dunbar’s Number
The Beginning of the End
“White House Unveils Climate Change Initiatives”
What is to Be Done?
“Kids, Guns, and the American Way”
On Climate Change and Tourism in Croatia
Nothing But Shame
Only a Warning
October in August
Postscriptum XV