In Maryse Dennes, John Ó Maiolearca & Anne-Françoise Schmid (eds.), A Philosophie non-standard de François Laruelle. Paris: (2019)

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Katerina Kolozova
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[a chapter in a volume edited by DENNES (Maryse), Ó MAIOLEARCA (John), SCHMID (Anne-Françoise) (dir.), a Philosophie non-standard de François Laruelle , p. 127-135 La révolte ou la rébellion immanente est sans but, parce que sa seulesource et sa seule tendance est de se protéger contre la violence de l’aliénation,afin de défendre l’homme-en-homme qui est déterminé par sa vulnérabilitéradicale. Toute lutte politique émane du diktat de la rébellion immanente,celle du vécu radicalement solitaire. La lutte est une singularité radicale ce quine veut pas dire qu’elle ne puisse pas établir solidarité ou qu’elle soitindividualiste
Keywords non-standard philosophy, Marxism, non-philosophical Marxism, revolt, Christianity and socialism
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