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An intellectual ode to Snowden, Assange and Manning

The Art of Revolt. Snowden, Assange, Manning
Snowden, Assange and Manning represent a whole new way of resisting. The Art of Revolt is as radical and original in its thinking as the three aforementioned notices are in their resistance work.

Recently, Harvard University would award whistle blower Chelsea Manning an honorary title. However, this was immediately withdrawn when the head of the CIA, Mike Pompeo, subsequently canceled a speech he was to hold at the prestigious university. He would not dream of putting his legs somewhere that would recognize a state enemy.

The miser is an example of whistleblowers such as Manning, Edward Snowden and Julian Assange being regarded as enemies of the state – as cowards and traitors. And according to French philosopher Geoffroy de Lagasnerie, whose book The Art of Revolt Just published in English, there are some very specific reasons for this attitude.

Innovations. The fierce opposition from governments to the three mentioned individuals, and groupings such as the hackers in Anonymous, stems from the fact that they represent a marked change in the way political opposition. . .

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