Denounces contemporary politics through an engagement with political theory, the arts and what it is to live well
Laurent Dubreuil provocatively proposes an extremist rethinking of the limits of politics – toward a break from politics, the political and policies. Rather than yet another re-articulation, he calls for a refusal of politics, suggesting a form of apolitics that would make our lives more liveable.
1. Apolitics and Politics
2. Liveable Interruption
3. Forms of Experience
About the Author
Laurent Dubreuil’s book is situated in an extreme polarity to other contemporary reflections on politics. Refusing every figure of the political, Dubreuil radically moves beyond all of the perspectives in the field today. Certainly his idea of absolute apoliticity remains highly problematic in a world lacking politics, such as our own. But this is precisely what makes his book of extreme interest.