Jacques Rancière is the author of numerous works, including The Nights of Labour, The Ignorant Schoolmaster, Disagreement and Hatred of Democracy. Political Moments assembles articles, communications, interviews and radio talks responding to political events over the past thirty years.
Released: 08 October 2009
A philosopher of emancipation and equality of intelligence, Jacques Rancière enters public debate in the course of diverse episodes constitutive of the previous decades’ “consensual times”: “the new philosophy”; the fall of “communism”; new forms of racism; September 11th; social movements; and the 2007 presidential elections in France.
Rights Sold: German (Diaphanes), Turkish (Can), English-USA (Seven Stories Press)