Davide Panagia reviews Jacques Rancière’s Aisthesis: Scenes from the Aesthetic Regime of Art
This updated edition includes a new preface by the author, revisiting the work twenty years since its first publication in France. This is a powerful, piercing, and radical argument It's a difficult job to do well, and the translator's work goes a long way toward making the book more readable. Should we await le Grand Soir — the climactic "great night" of revolution? Or re-organise other common worlds in the here and now, making visible the capacities and intelligence of all those who live in them?
Proletarian Nights: The Workers' Dream in Nineteenth-century France
There is a famous line in Lenin saying that "without revolutionary theory there can be no revolutionary movement. Theory serves for two things: to join together struggles that are apparently unrelated, and also as a compass in periods of crisis.
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