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Hobbesian reflections in times of elections: Giorgio Agamben

The recent electoral successes of political parties rooted in “citizens movements” in spain’s municipal and regional elections (and this in the wake of the Syriza victory in greece) may give some reasons for hope that social movements, especially the “occupy” … Continue reading

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Unlearning from the Spanish Elections

The news from Spain after the elections of the 20th of November were overwhelming:  Le Monde could write that the “Spanish give an absolute majority to M. Rajoy” (Le Monde 22/11/11), El Pais, that Spain gave all political power to … Continue reading

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