The terms of debate n° 10: “Radicality”
Should we see in the current radicalism a form of weariness with regard to reformism, or even representative democracy itself? A crucial question submitted to the cross-views of a historian and a political scientist, to be found in this special issue of the program “Le temps du débat”, on France Culture.
“They rehabilitate radicalism”
In 2018, La Croix published a series of interviews devoted to religious radicalism. The people interviewed, all non-violent, questioned in our columns the requirements of their faith and the limits they set for themselves. This series, entitled “They rehabilitate radicalism”, can be found online.
“Do you have to be radical for things to change? »
This episode of the fifth season of the podcast “Place des religions” is devoted to radicalism in ecological matters. To be found here.
The Courage of Nuance
Deploring the brutalization of public debate, the essayist Jean Birnbaum published in 2021 this remarkable opus calling on us collectively to reconnect with great intellectual figures who have placed nuance at the heart of their reflections… as well as their commitments. And, among them, Albert Camus, Hannah Arendt or even Raymond Aron.
Points, 160 p., 8,50 €
Radical and fluid. Contemporary mobilizations
Réjane Sénac, CNRS research director at Cevipof, dissects in her latest book the springs of new forms of mobilization. Starting with their radicalism. And this on the basis of a series of interviews with 130 activists and association leaders.
Presses de Sciences Po, 296 p., 17 €