About

Hi, I’m Daniel. Welcome to my website.

I write, research and teach philosophy, psychoanalysis, and politics. My work also concerns conflict resolution with a focus on addressing otherization and Islamophobia. I have produced several films and I host a podcast about critical theory, especially Lacanian theory, and politics called Jouissance Vampires. Check it out and please subscribe.

I have launched Study Groups in Psychoanalysis and Politics during the global pandemic in 2020 which offers courses and reading groups in Lacanian thought and Marxist theory. If you’d like to know more about my background please go here.

The posts on this site vary from notes, blogs to links to other writings. Many of the posts are older material which I may not still agree with, but it should give you a sense of my interests and reading over time.

My C.V. can be found here.

All content on this site ©Daniel Tutt, 2006 – 2021. 

4 thoughts on “About

  1. Hi, I am following some of your essays. Actually I am interested with the word “Islamophobia”. In my opinion, the problem is not “Islamophobia”. But, “Muslimophobia”. As an ex-muslim, I have a very reasonable phobia toward Islam. But I don’t have any reason to be afraid of muslim. My big families in Indonesia, are muslims. Some of them even known as Quran teachers.

    I think, the idea to stop Islamophobia is a mistake. What we need to do is, stopping Muslimophobia. As a former journalist, I notice, there is a big different between Islam in Indonesia before 1998 and after 1998. After 1998, lots of Islamic incidents (riots, bombings, murders, etc) occured. Before 1998, Soeharto regime with his dictatorial system, succeed to make Islam as a religion of peace in Indonesia. Lots of muslims, but very rare who actually practice 100% Islamic teachings. There is a well known phrase related to those kind of muslims, “Abangan”. All of these, happened, because Soeharto always eliminated all muslim fundamentalist. There is no Islam Kaffah movement, Syariah movement, etc. Indonesia has Pancasila as a main source of Indonesian constitution. And Soeharto with his strength system, able to prevent Islamic quality growth.

    So, what I am trying to say, we need to stop Muslimophobia, not Islamophobia. People must be aware about the danger of Islamic teaching and strategy. If to eliminate Islam is an utopia, then we need to have a strong government that defend Human Rights and Secularism.

    (actually I would like to attend your lecture in SFU May 15, 2012 at 7:30pm
    …but I am afraid, as there is no guarantee that I will not be killed by muslim fundamentalist…I almost get killed 3 times in Indonesia, just because asked some questions about Islam…..I am very grateful to live in Canada, but to attend any seminar about Islam, I still am afraid, as for sure I will criticize Islam….So, I just wish you have a good time while in Vancouver).

    Best Regards,

    Ray
    Ex Muslim Indonesia

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