It's a funny Belgian story.
High school students from this country receive Alain Badiou.
The philosopher speaks to them about communism, truth, love, poetry, mathematics, Plato, Socrates, Aristotle, Spinoza, Hegel, Marx, Sartre.
The result is a pamphlet that the enamored publisher presents as
"a reliable compass in order to orient oneself in the fantastic proliferation"
of his work.
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Said compass still marks the same north: communism.
If there is only one left, Badiou will be that one.
He does not budge, enlisting Plato in his millennial egalitarian struggle which he wants to make the quintessence of "Truth".
Badiou, in a daring shorthand, puts an equal sign between truth, universalism, egalitarianism, internationalism, communism:
idea of exiting the Neolithic, of exiting the six thousand years which preceded it.
There is no reason to abandon this tradition on the pretext that at some point she tried an experiment that failed. "
"The hope of youth"
There is no
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