New Publication Alain Caillé: “Das Paradigma der Gabe” The German translation of Alain Caillé’s 2019 book “Extensions du domaine du […]
by Noemi Gal-Or, July 2022. How can the convivialist ethos, of a political philosophy of living together in conviviality, and defying hubris, materialise in practice? A comparative approach places convivialism within the larger stream of similar contemporary discourses (transhumanism and posthumanism) in order to contrast its particular contribution to praxis. The convivialist uniqueness lies in its holistic and inclusive approach to communication: the pluriversalist language. The paper describes three examples of pluriversalist beginnings. It stresses that the pluriversalist process of communication must be spread widely, not left to representative and activist bodies alone but engulf everyone everywhere in all matters of life.
by Bing Song, Berggruen Institute
by Alain Caillé.
The very survival of humanity is now threatened. Global warming is getting out of control. The risks of accidents or nuclear attacks are multiplying. Humanist and democratic values are being shattered. The war between states, cultures, peoples, religions, etc. is intensifying year after year. All over the world, young people feel that their future will be dark.
Frank Adloff / Alain Caillé (eds.) Convivial Futures: Views from a Post-Growth Tomorrow What steps are needed to make life […]
The idea of citizens’ assemblies has recently experienced an enormous upswing on both sides of the Atlantic. As in ancient […]
Interview with Frank Adloff about how life can be made more convivial
by Mark Humbert. To choose such a target – the liberal paradigm- became obvious to me after several years spent to try to build a Political and Ethical Knowledge in Economic Activities (PEKEA). This PEKEA attempt was triggered by dissatisfaction with standard economic theory, two shortcomings of which had been pointed out.
by Frédéric Vandenberghe, 29/5/2021
by Marc Humbert. I will first recall the context which led to the second convivialist manifesto, then I will sketch the evolution of the world between the two publications, Tools for conviviality in 1973 and the Second Manifesto in 2020. I will present in part III, Illich’s book as a Critical Theory and I will finally link all that to the Convivialism’s principles.