Two Australias

by Tim Soutphommasane and Marc Stears (Sydney)

For the most part, the Australian government’s response has been effective in suppressing the numbers of infection since the virus was detected here in March 2020. There are, however, signs that we are now seeing a more worrying new phase of conservative ideological ascendency in Australia.

The Crisis of Democratic Politics – A Discussion with Marcel Gauchet

organised by the Melbourne School of Continental Philosophy and in conjunction with Social Imaginaries All invited – no RSVP neccesary. 6.30pm, 27 January 2017 Graduate School of Business and Law lecture theatre, RMIT Building 13, Level 3, Room 9. 405 Russell St, Melbourne CBD Google Map of Building 13 This event is part of…

Issue 117, August 2013

The Subject of Politics David Roberts writes in his introduction The question common to the papers in the present issue is that of the subject of politics, more exactly, the revolutionary subject, the counter-revolutionary subject, and the political subject as such. The theorists are European and the focus, with the exception of one paper on…