The philosopher Étienne Balibar views the uprising in France in 1968 as the point where we went “from a monolithic conception of power centered around the state, to a conception of the multiple forms of domination.” According to the already influential Marxist philosopher, the coordinates of liberating thought were thus changed permanently
After the third conference of the Critical Edge Alliance in Tata Institute of Social Sciences, Mumbai in September 2017, we had an interview with professor P.K. Shajahan, the Dean of Student Affairs at the Institute and one of the organizers of the Conference.
The Russian Revolution in 1917 didn’t just change Russia, but all of the world history. Nor was Denmark left unchanged. In Denmark, the revolution resulted in the labour movement splitting into reformists and revolutionaries, and almost turned Denmark into a republic.