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political philosophy

We lack faith, not faith in God, but faith in the world

PHILOSOPHY: The immune democracy. According to the Italian philosopher Donatella Di Cwesare, there exists today a political culture ruled by the fear of the foreigner and the future, a sham democracy in favor of security, control and short-term competitive considerations. And those who consider themselves "liberal" today have suffered greatly in standing up to the irrational impulses and decisions that govern the market and the pursuit of short-term profit.

An internationalism that should not be nationalistic

populism: Antonio Gramsci would have united self-righteousness and internationalism. MODERN TIMES talks to philosopher Diego Fusaro in connection with a new Norwegian release.

Carl Schmitt – an unpleasant theorist

POLITICAL THEORY: Political is not a talk club for the philosopher Carl Schmitt. Rather, it is the action that shows us who we are and who is the enemy.

The depressive as society's seismograph

To regain faith in the future and the ability to steer away from the collapse of the world, we must begin with the imagination.

The political potential of the vulnerability

Arendt's painful text shows us the causes of our spiritual-political crisis.

Marx in dreams

Marxist humanism can help people feel at home in history, even when history hurts them. 

About fascism and functionalism

Is fascism in our time reactionary or hypermodern?

The escape from the common problems

Recently deceased Zygmunt Bauman is known for his grim social diagnoses. Where is the medicine?