With Drucilla Cornell on The Site of Revolution and David Harvey on The Spaces of Anti-capitalist Transition. Chaired by Oscar Guardiola-Rivera.
This panel constitutes the spirit that opens up new potentiality spaces for human thought and action toward a transformative movement (abolishing the state of things) that is always there for the making and the taking – pushing human possibilities to their limits. This is what gaining the courage of our minds is all about: to take a speculative plunge into the unknown and the unknowable – facing up to a world of uncertainty and risk where the social and the ecological orders are unpredictable and unstable. What counts is open dialogue and practical interactions across multiple theatres on this long frontier in the vast space-time of revolutions becoming.Oscar Guardiola-Rivera is a philosopher and cultural critic, as well as the award-winning author of What If Latin America Ruled the World? Oscar teaches at Birkbeck College, University of London, and often collaborates with such media outlets as the BBC, Guardian, Monocle Radio, Tank Magazine, Al Jazeera and RT, among others.