Auteur: Institute for Experimental Freedom
Titel: Between Predicates, War
Sub titel: These on contemporary struggle
A fragmented collection of theses on our tumultuous situation. From Egypt to the US, Greece to the UK, contemporary struggle announces a revolt against government. These theses draw a line connecting the forces at play, examine their parodic language, affective practices and radically self-annihilating tactics. At the threshold of our epoch and at our phase of self-governance, the events unfolding rub up against the meaning of autonomy, and in doing so ask the question, What does it mean to live a life? This uneasy question and this decade of experiments aimed at answering it anticipate the formation of a real force. What grew rhizomatically in subterranean practices of sharing between anti-globalization and radical environmentalism, between riots against the democratic police and irruptions of occupied spaces, burst through into the open and unpredictable air of the now. At our particular moment there is a chance that from ancient Athenian democracy to our refined economy of subjectivation techniques the paradigm of government may come to a close.
2013, 110 pag., Euro 5,5
Institute for Experimental Freedom, , ISBN Zonder
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