Publics and Multitudes: The (Un)Expected Relation
The occupation of public space. The collective coordination made by singular individuals. Or the expansive networks of commitment toward a mutual goal. What do all these actions have in common? All the three entail a working compromise with the concepts of crowd, public and multitude. They also show how difficult it is today to fully separate the constitutive continuity between these major notions of social and political theory.
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