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The rebel as passer-smuggler: A footballers’ lesson

pasador, ra 1. adj. Que pasa de una parte a otra. 2. adj.Dicho de una persona: Que pasa contrabando de un país a otro. Playing with the polysemy of the spanish word “pasador”, Amador Fernández-Savater offers us the picture of the rebel as a … Continue reading

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May 68 and the politics of desire: Amador Fernández-Savater

(photograph by Jean-Claude Seine)* It is difficult, if not impossible, to close political debate, even for ourselves.  And therefore our announcement of the end of our series on May 68, with an essay by Tomáz Ibáñez, was premature.  Below, we share … Continue reading

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Reimagining revolution: Amador Fernández Savater

With the seeming proliferation and celebration of anniversaries of revolutions, “successful” or “failed”, we lose cite of the conceptual wealth and practical weight of the concept itself.  The Autonomies collective has endeavoured, however modestly, to reflect upon the history and … Continue reading

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