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A COMMON VOCABULARY FOR IRI

THREE PARAGRAPHS for THE INSTITUTE

by Massimiliano (Mao) Mollona

Growing up in the 1980s (I was 10 in 1980) my politics has been a minor form of resistance – a militant self-reflection, a plural mode of articulation – against the immaterial violence of finance; the molecular capture of late capitalism; the ghostly superficiality of the neoliberal person and the grand narratives of the male, bourgeois, white civilization that (re)emerged at the end of history. Continue reading “A COMMON VOCABULARY FOR IRI”