Author: Tadzio Müller

Tadzio Müller lives in Berlin, where he is active in the emerging climate action movement, and teaches political science at Kassel University.

  • COP24: No Response to the Crisis

    Why the Outcome of Katowice is Far From Sufficient The climate crisis is looming large and threatens to go beyond our capabilities. In addition, COP24 at Katowice has decided on a rulebook that in parts both lacks in substance and is unjust. The resolutions agreed are not enough to prevent disaster, by a long shot. The … Keep reading »

  • Beyond the Criticism of Religion

    “I think 9-11 [was] the first break in this planetary system. Now this is the second thing, which is the deep paradox. Where did [this break] come from? Maoism? Marxism? The revolutionary proletariat? The revolutionized peasantry? No, it comes from fucking religion – which we forgot about.” — “Interview With Stuart Hall,” Critical Quarterly, Dec … Keep reading »