CRISIS AND CRITIQUE / 50 Years after May 68

 

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Introduction: 50 Years After May 68, Frank Ruda & Agon Hamza PDF

Table of Contents

 

The Double Heritage of Communism to Come. 1917-1968-2018
by Bini Adamczak  PDF

1968-2018, or from the “revolution impossible” to the impossibility of revolution? Variations on the objet petit s
by Eric Alliez  PDF

Scattered Notes on “May 68” And its interpretations
by Étienne Balibar  PDF

The procedure of its Invention, the Construction of its Form, the Means of its Transmission
by A. J. Bartlett  PDF

Topicality of May 68
by Daniel Blanchard  PDF

Will it Happen Again? Boredom, Anxiety and the Peak of Human Evolution
by Franco “bifo” Berardi  PDF

To Make the Long March Short: A Short Commentary on the Two Long Marches that Have Failed Their Emancipatory Promises
by Boris Buden  PDF

1968 and the Cahiers pour l’analyse. Internal debates in the philosophy of concept: epistemology, formalization and anti-psychologism
by Pascale Gillot  PDF

Lacanian Subversion: Psychoanalysis for the Post-Humanity Era
by Rodrigo Gonsalves and Ivan Estêvão  PDF

Global 1968 Reconstructed in the Short Century
by Wang Hui  PDF

Storming Language
by Jean-Jacques Lecercle  PDF

Making Subjection Visible: The Materialist Effects of 1968
by Warren Montag  PDF

May 68′: Spacing
by Jean-Luc Nancy  PDF

One or Two Melancholias? 1917, 1968 and the Question of Organisation
by Rodrigo Nunes  PDF

October 2 is Not Forgotten! The History, Collective Memory and Transgenerational Perseverance of Mexican ’68
by David Pavón-Cuéllar  PDF

Re-politicizing 68
by Jacques Rancière  PDF

May ’68 – A Past That Never Was and a Future That Has Already Been Missed
by Serene Richards  PDF

The Long 1960s and ‘The Wind From the West’
by Kristin Ross  PDF

May ’68 and its Subject (some Philosophical Archives of a Revolution)
by Guillaume Sibertin-Blanc  PDF

Karl-Heinz Dellwo: 68 – Aborted Liberation
by Frank Ruda & Agon Hamza  PDF

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