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Passagen Gespräch: Peter Engelmann & Jean-Luc Nancy
16.01.

Discourse

Today, at a time in which transnational corporations and lobbyists appear to have assumed political control of democratic institutions, we have to ask: how can democracy be reclaimed by the people? Peter Engelmann and French philosopher Jean-Luc Nancy discuss ways to reappropriate democracy and rethink political community.


Past Activities

Passagen Gespräch

The French writer and philosopher Hélène Cixous ranks among the great pioneers of feminism and is the founder of an éctriture féminine. Since her childhood, as a daughter of Jewish parents in colonial Algeria, she has been familiar with the mechanisms of social and political violence. At the intersection of manifold linguistic, cultural and sexual identities, her writing subverts patriarchal structures and surpasses the limits of entrenched orders in a playful and poetic manner. The publisher and philosopher Peter Engelmann speaks to her about her political engagement, contemporary Feminism and the emancipatory potential of writing.

French with consecutive interpreting into German by Vincent von Wroblewsky

Passagen Gespräch: Peter Engelmann & Alain Badiou

Against the backdrop of current political affairs, Alain Badiou and Peter Engelmann discuss the meaning of theatre today. As a place where politics is truly able to unfold outside of parliamentary democracy, true theatre possesses a significant potential for critique. It escapes the logic of representation and provokes thought, paving the way for the Real.

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