Théorie politique

Auteur Peter MORGAN
Directeur /trice Matteo Gianni
Co-directeur(s) /trice(s)
Résumé de la thèse

For Sartre, Badiou, Unger, Hardt and Negri the majority of humanity is still unfree. This work explicates why then shifts the focuse on the conditions for emancipation. Both, the why and the how lead to a conception of freedom-in-situation, deployed through the 3 dimensions of personal commitment, emancipatory and revolutionary politics as well as the Common. And attempting to resist its own inertia, the practico-inert, as well as historical counter-finality. Thus this work hopes to lay down some foundational elements for a political theory of emancipation. Starting from the here and now of neoliberalism, we seek a revolutionary subjectivity made of universal singularities: the Multitude. With its diverse, situated and thus context-alienated moralities, this revolutionary constituent power is guided by a set of general principles that attempt to unite all the emancipatory forces of the radical left through revolutionary politics and towards the goal of a new social order that concretize freedom in the Common.

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