What is to be done?
And what exactly does it mean for something to be done at all?
What is critical praxis?
Now more than ever, these questions beckon us.
Yet now, more than ever, critical theory seems inadequate to the task, and perhaps indifferent to the call.
Praxis & Critique 13/13 repeats and responds to the question that remains, after more than a hundred years, the most critical question of our time:
What is to be done?