Tiqqun and the Matter of Bloom in Contemporary Political Philosophy

 
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A brand new piece from Spain on the meaning and relevance of Tiqqun's analysis and activity for a larger, more vibrant movement.

Negation is important to Tiqqun. However, negation only creates movement. Negation is opposition and opposition is not enough. The insurrection is interesting as a negation--it implies rupture--but the rupture needs something else, it needs to create its own temporality. This temporality can be that of the communes, but if the communes represent the outside that moves inside, how can these dialectical realities be interconnected? Tiqqun defends desertion, but deserting means fleeing. Thus there is no interrelation between the outside and the inside.