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An internationalism that should not be nationalistic

POPULISM: Antonio Gramsci would have united autonomy and internationalism. MODERN TIMES talks to the philosopher Diego Fusaro in connection with a new Norwegian release.

The discomfort of breathing

: Our disappointment on social media only stimulates the pursuit of increasingly sophisticated manipulation techniques. Detoxification is not the answer, writes Geert Lovink.

Towards the horizons of humanity

Pooja Ranga: Immediations. The Humanitarian Impulse in Documentary

: The gesture of the participating documentary film genre, where the camera is given to the other, is just a new way of installing and confirming dominance, is Pooja Rangan's critique of documentaryism's "humanitarian impulse". 

The sweat of the work

Jonathan Taplin: Move Fast and Break Things

: The book Move Fast and Break Things directs sharp criticism at Google, Facebook and Amazon, but is at the same time partly romantic and unvarnished.

An epic friendship

: A new exhibition at the Akademie der Künste in Berlin shows the intricate relationship between the thinker Walter Benjamin and the poet Bertolt Brecht.

A film critic looks back

Kjetil Lismoen: Among the head hunters and Nazis – The generation that restored Norwegian film

: An emotional commitment in the film industry makes Lismoen's book about Norwegian film stand out.

A furious ride on capitalism

Bernard Maris: Economist Houellebecq

: Bernard Maris' reading of Michel Houellebecq's work is an essential and well-founded critique of capitalism.