Many thanks to Babylonia magazine for permitting us to republish this interview with Jacques Rancière. The original can be found here. A Conversation with J. Rancière and Yannis Ktenas, Alexandros Schismenos, Yavor Tarinski, Nikos Ioannou, Nikos Katsiaounis, Ioanna Maravelidi, from the editorial team of Babylonia, 2017: Y.K. So, Mr. R I would like to ask you something. I was really interested in what you said last night about the working class and its transformation we experience in our time. You spoke not about the vanishing, but about the displacement of labor. And I think that this is really interesting b ..
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