Reading the World

On the occasion of his trip to Zagreb and Belgrade in September 2017, Ante and Leonardo made an interview with Bruno Latour.

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Jacques Rancière : Modern Times

“Modern Times” – written by Jacques Rancière originally in English – is made of four texts, three of which have their origin in lectures given in several parts of ex-Yugoslavia.

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Lessons from the Future

How should the education system be reshaped in order to prepare our students to be able to face an uncertain future, a changing future?

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Crisis in the Cleaning Sector

No greater hatred should be felt for a traitor to a nation than for a traitor to the common good, or for someone who abandons salvation in general for the sake of their own salvation and advantage.

– Cicero / Francesco de Miranda

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Continuing Business By Other Means: Egypt’s Military Economy

THE ARMY CENTRE STAGE AGAIN The enormous protests of 30 June 2013 (June30) demanding the resignation of Muslim Brotherhood president Mohamed Morsi were the result of a year of intense economic and political crisis in Egypt. Political gridlock, collapsing investments, fuel shortages, a currency crisis, rising inflation and unemployment were followed by an unprecedented crime […]

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Changing Our Minds: A Journey to the Centre of the Brain

Looking at nature under the categories of the commodity form, science affords precisely the technology on which hinges the controlling power of capital over production. It cuts up nature piecemeal by isolating its objects of study from the context in which they occur, ignoring nature in its importance as the habitat of society.

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Value-Form and Avant-Garde

The argument of this essay is that the best way to theorise modernist art, now, is to consider its relation to the value-form, or, more specifically, to the temporal structure of that form’s anticipated overcoming in different phases of the development of the class relation under capitalism. What follows are notes towards a more thorough treatment of the problem.

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