COUNCILS, COMMUNISM AND RADICAL DEMOCRACY (WOLFF ROOM FRI 10-12)
by Daycaf Magazine
Nicolai’s paper has been quite interestingly and provocatively discussing a radical and counter-hegemonic insurrectionary reading of the French Communes during the French Revolution.
Benjamin is tackling the historical example of how Worker’s Councils have played a strong role in asserting the tenants of radical democracy within the Marxist tradition.
And Gerasimos will tackle the theoretical and political implications of reading Badiou and Castoriadis next to one another.
1 Radical Democracy in the French Revolution – Nicolai Von Eggers Mariegaard, Aarhus University
2 Inaugural Investigations: Revolutionary Councils and Radical Democracy – Benjamin Ask Popp-Madsen, University of Copenhagen
(III) The Concept of Politics in Badiou and Castoriadis – Gerasimos Karavitis, NSSR
>Discussant: Andreas Kalyvas, NSSR