"Our reading in 1968 and thereabouts, done in the context of mass movements of social protest, helped to transform us into revolutionaries."
The problem is not technology or nature. The problem is how to organise societies at a global scale.
In conversation with Juan Dal Maso, Razmig Keucheyan discusses twenty-first century critical theory, the need for strategic thinking, and the Marxist perspective on the environmental crisis.
The author of multiple books, Losurdo focused on uncomfortable political leaders and themes that mainstream thought preferred to banish.
A recent call for philosophical debate on gender illustrates how purportedly neutral analyses can be mobilized to reproduce run-of-the-mill transphobia.
Louis Althusser's preliminary analysis of May 1968, written in a 1969 letter to Maria Antonietta Macciocchi.
A conversation between Jean Paul Sartre and Daniel Cohn-Bendit, held in the midst of the 1968 May events.
A translation of Isidore Isou’s "Between Isou and Marcuse," published in the Lettrist journal Youth Uprising in the summer of 1968.
Philosopher Lewis R. Gordon discusses the relevance of Frantz Fanon's thought to activists and intellectuals today, and the misconceptions that have shadowed his best known work.
Railworkers engaged in the rolling strike action in the area to the north of Paris asked Étienne Balibar to answer a few questions connected with the current struggle against the rail reform and the meaning of solidarity.