By Bernard E. Harcourt A young philosopher standing in the back of the auditorium asked perhaps the most challenging question at the Praxis 7/13 seminar dedicated to the yellow vest movement. He was, not surprisingly perhaps, the only person in… Continue Reading
By Bernard E. Harcourt On Saturday, January 12, 2019, yellow vest protesters demonstrated in cities across France—from Paris to Bourges, Bordeaux, and Toulouse—in what they called “Act IX” of the yellow vest movement. According to the official count by the… Continue Reading
Par Étienne Balibar, publié à Mediapart le 13 décembre, 2018 Le Président, donc, a parlé. Mais à qui ? C’est la première question qu’on peut se poser. Sans jamais vouloir, sans oser nommer ceux qui l’y ont contraint – les fameux Gilets Jaunes –,… Continue Reading
Photo caption: This protest was organized by yellow vests and movements against G7 in Biarritz, December 18, 2018, where France hosts the next G7 Summit in August. Photomobile/ Press Association. All rights reserved By Étienne Balibar, published at Open Democracy on… Continue Reading
Ludivine Bantigny, “Un événement,” in Le fond de l’air est jaune, collectif coordonné par Joseph Confavreux (Paris, Le Seuil, à paraître) © All rights reserved, Le Seuil.
By Antonio Negri Published at Verso on December 8, 2018; original Italian version here. Let’s reflect on the goings on in France of these last few weeks. Can we call this an insurrection? The answer – of course – depends… Continue Reading
By Toni Negri Published in Italian in EuroNomade on December 21, 2018 Non so se sabato prossimo 23 dicembre ci sarà una nuova manifestazione parigina; nell’ultima di sabato 15 si son visti più poliziotti (8000) che gilets jaunes. Inoltre, per… Continue Reading
By Antonio Negri Published in Italian with English translation at EuroNomade on January 5, 2019 New Year’s Eve on the Avenue des Champs Elysées. A journalist from Le Monde tells us: there are so many people here, including some Gilet… Continue Reading