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ARTICLE | Simon Glendinning

The European World in Crisis

Philosophical engagement with the theme of Europe’s modern condition  has two contrasting strands: a Europe-crisis strand and an exhausted-Europe strand...

On Crisis

ARTICLE | Miguel de Beistegui

On Crisis

In the opening lines of his Critique and Crisis (1959), Reinhart Koselleck links what we now call globalisation with the dawn of permanent crisis..

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ARTICLE | Sandro Mezzadra

Borders, Frontiers, Capital

Mezzadra shows the structural contradictions arising from capital’s tendency towards the constitution of a world market, composed by heterogenous spaces of extraction, production and circulation.

Crisis and the Mechanics of Political Domination

ARTICLE | Nuno Castanheira

Crisis and the Mechanics of 

Political Domination

In a 2012 interview to the newspaper Ragusa News, Giorgio Agamben said that...

On Crisis

ARTICLE | Santiago Zabala

Crisis and Borders Through the Flags of Filippo Minelli

Every crisis has its artist. Filippo Minelli’s work is meant to thrust us into the absence of emergencies that characterize our age.

On Crisis

EVENT | Paris, 14th-15th June, 2018

Evening at the Entrepôt

Two evenings of movies, documentary screenings and dialogues on the frontiers of Europe. Organized by Philosophy in a Time of Crisis with the collaboration of the ENS.

On Crisis

ARTICLE | John Protevi

Crisis and State Margins

The work of James C. Scott shows us that Europe's current struggles with its marginalities are examples of practices that are constitutive of the state as social form.

VIDEO | ETIENNE BALIBAR
PHILOSOPHY IN A TIME OF CRISIS PUBLIC LECTURE/ Circulation and Hospitality as Fundamental Rights

As migrants and refugees are subjected to extreme violence in their attempts at crossing borders to reach a more livable place, a fundamental reflection is needed to update the concepts which frame mankind’s treatment of its own mobility.

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ARTICLE | Thomas Nail

The Century of the Migrant

 

The continuous growth of human mobility and expulsion affects us all. It should be recognised as a defining feature of our epoch: the 21st century will be the century of the migrant.

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ARTICLE | Martina Tazzioli

Containment Through Mobility 
 

Containment through mobility obstructs migrants' movements and presence, not by fully stopping them but, rather, by forcing them to follow erratic geographies and to bounce across borders.

ARTICLE | Thomas Nail

Moving Borders

 

1) Borders are in motion; 2) Their main function is not to stop movement but to circulate it; 3) Borders are tools of primitive accumulation.

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ARTICLE | Thomas Nail

The Century of the Migrant

 

The continuous growth of human mobility and expulsion affects us all. It should be recognised as a defining feature of our epoch: the 21st century will be the century of the migrant.

ARTICLE | Jason Wirth

Extinction Event

Life as we know it is under siege

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