The Anarchist Turn – Simon Critchley

The Butler videos I linked to earlier are part of a wider conference. Below is Simon Critchley’s introduction, which around 4 minutes in raises the question of anarchist geographers/ies and calls for ‘new maps’.

 

More videos from this conference can be found on the Anarchist Developments youtube channel. Talks by Todd May,  Miguel Abensour, etc. Speaking of Critchley, I recently read his book of interviews Impossible Objects. Some interesting context to his books, but I also enjoyed the chapter on music and his love of ‘Krautrock‘.

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