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- DescriptionThe current European Union is too often presented as the perfect realisation of a Europe of the people and freedom. The present essay overturns the common way to understand this reality. A triumph of capitalism, which has w become absolute, the creation of the European Union has in fact proceeded to destabilise the hegemony of the political. It has paved the road to an irresistible cycle of privatisations and cuts to public spending, to forced precarisation of labour and to an ever-more sharp reduction of social rights, inflicting ecomic violence upon the subaltern and the most ecomically deprived. For this reason, the only way to re-imagine the future, to vindicate the people and work, and to continue the struggle that was Marx's and Gramsci's, is to move from a radical critique of finance and the Euro.
- Author BiographyDiego Fusaro (Turin, 1983) is an attentive scholar of the philosophy of history and the structures of historical temporality, with particular interest for the thought of Fichte, Hegel, Marx, Gentile and Gramsci, as well as for German conceptual history . He recently published Europe and Capitalism. Regaining the Future (Mimesis International). He is also the editor of the internet project La filosofia e i suoi eroi (www.filosofico.net).
- Author(s)Diego Fusaro
- PublisherMimesis International
- Date of Publication28/10/2015
- SubjectPolitics: General & Reference
- Series TitlePolitics
- Place of PublicationMI
- Country of PublicationItaly
- ImprintMimesis Edizioni
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