Marco Assennato

(Palermo 1978) is a philosopher who works in the fields of political philosophy, architecture, and urban conflicts. He is Maître Assistant Associé at the ENSA in Paris-Malaquais, teaching assistant at Sciences-Po, and also teaches at the ESA-Paris and Paris-Nanterre.

“A Work of the Self on the Self…”: Krahl and Intellectual Labor

“A Work of the Self on the Self…”: Krahl and Intellectual Labor

1968 Hans-Jürgen Krahl is one of the most important figures of the German ’68. A banal observation, and yet one that signals a profound necessity. His multiple theoretical urgings, the intuitions and cutting polemics that he knew how to stir up – above all, the famous one against Habermas, to which we will turn shortly – must always be read… Read more →