Violence against the Democratic State, Abuse of Children: Revising the Collective Memory of `1968'?

Thesis Eleven 68 (1):106-109 (2002)
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The thesis that `1968' resulted in the rise of the individual, on the one hand, and the end of politics, on the other, is critically discussed by interpreting the events of 1968 as a project of emancipation and by distinguishing between the individual and the collective aspects of emancipation.



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