What are the roots of the current crisis of democracy? How should we understand the simultaneity of contemporary revolts? Fifteen years after the publication of his book Hatred of Democracy, Jacques Rancière returns to its themes.
Railworkers engaged in the rolling strike action in the area to the north of Paris asked Jacques Rancière to answer a few questions connected with the current struggle against the rail reform and the meaning of solidarity.
Should we await le Grand Soir – the climactic "great night" of revolution? Or re-organise other common worlds in the here and now, making visible the capacities and intelligence of all those who live in them?