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Andrew Culp, Dana Papachristou, Brett Zehner- Ομιλία / Συζήτηση – Δευτέρα 21-11-2022- Θέατρο Εμπρός

Σε ένα ανοιχτό πάνελ, οι Andrew Culp, Dana Papachristou και Brett Zehner θα συζητήσουν πολιτιστικές, αισθητικές και τεχνικές παρεμβάσεις στην τέχνη και την κοινωνία σήμερα, σχετικά με ζητήματα της παγκόσμιας αυτοκρατορίας, της ανόδου της ακροδεξιάς, του τεχνοκαπιταλισμού και της παράλυσης του ρεφορμισμού. Πώς μπορεί η τέχνη, η καλλιτεχνική έρευνα και δημιουργία να αντιμετωπίσει αυτές τις συνθήκες; Μπορεί η χρήση της σύγχρονης τεχνολογίας να αποτελέσει εργαλείο και όπλο για την ανατροπή… …

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POSTSTRUCTURALISM: PAST, PRESENT, FUTURE Conference – George Sotiropoulos (Void Network) talk – 6-7/3/19 Madrid

Becoming-Other, Becoming-Many: Poststructuralism and the Problem of Justice- George Sotiropoulos– political philosopher and member of Void Network participates in the conference POSTSTRUCTURALISM: PAST, PRESENT, FUTURE Wed. 6/3/2019 MADRID This paper argues that poststructuralist thought can help articulate a critical and materialist notion of justice against the normativist and idealist conceptions dominant today. The assumption that justice is a critical concept goes all the way back to Plato, whose interrogation of the notion… …


‘The Function of Autonomy’: Félix Guattari and New Revolutionary Prospects

by Andrew Ryder. Félix Guattari is widely discussed among philosophers, particularly feminists and specialists in ecology and technology. But in the Anglophone world, political organisers tend to ignore him. In part this is due to academic paywalls and university strictures confining his work, but the problem goes further: the stylistic conservatism of so much of the Anglo-American left has impeded the capacity to learn from his insights, because they are presented… …


“Capitalism: A Very Special Delirium” by Gilles Deleuze and Felix Guattari

QUESTION: When you describe capitalism, you say: “There isn’t the slightest operation, the slightest industrial or financial mechanism that does not reveal the dementia of the capitalist machine and the pathological character of its rationality (not at all a false rationality, but a true rationality of *this* pathology, of *this madness*, for the machine does work, be sure of it). There is no danger of this machine going mad, it… …

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