Jan Willem Stutje describes Ernest Mandel's experiences in Berlin with Rudi Dutschke and on the barricades in Paris during 1968.
Railworkers engaged in the rolling strike action in the area to the north of Paris asked Antonio Negri to answer a few questions connected with the current struggle against the rail reform and the meaning of solidarity.
McKenzie Wark looks at Jackie Wang's new book on carceral capitalism, the predatory state, municipal plunder, and algorithmic governance.
Can we conceive of revolutions in the name of climate justice, and if so, what do they look like?
In this excerpt from the introduction to The Right to Have Rights, Stephanie DeGooyer charts the paths taken by Hannah Arendt's phrase.
A brief excerpt from Étienne Balibar and Immaneul Wallerstein's Race, Nation, Class — part of the Political Theory bookshelf, 50% off until Sunday, March 4 at 11:59pm EST.
A brief excerpt from Hegemony and Socialist Strategy — part of our Political Theory bookshelf, 50% off until Sunday, March 4 at 11:59pm EST.
An excerpt from Étienne Balibar's introduction to the 2017 edition of The Philosophy of Marx — part of the Political Theory Bookshelf sale, 50% off until Sunday, March 4 at 11:59pm EST.
50% off our Political Theory Bookshelf until Sunday, March 4 at 11:59pm EST.
We must break with “anti-totalitarian” horizon inherited from the neoconservative restoration of the 1980s.