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Radical Thinkers: Federico Campagna on Infinitely Demanding by Simon Critchley

23 Apr 2013

Federico Campagna discusses Infinitely Demanding by Simon Critchley.

Simon Critchley is Hans Jonas Professor at the New School for Social Research, and also teaches at Tilburg University and the European Graduate School. For Critchley, profound disappointment is to be found at the heart of every modern liberal democracy. He argues for an ethics of commitment capable of inspiring radical change. His many books include Ethics-Politics-Subjectivity, The Book of Dead Philosophers, and The Faith of the Faithless.

Writer Federico Campagna presents the argument for anarchism as an ethical practice developed in Simon Critchley’s passionate and witty Infinitely Demanding. For Critchley, profound disappointment is to be found at the heart of every modern liberal democracy and argues for an ethics of commitment capable of inspiring radical change.

This event is part of An Introduction to Radical Thinkers.

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