Together: The Rituals, Pleasures and Politics of Co-operation . RSennett (2013)
“The disorder in Kautsky‘s library is one legacy of the Paris Exposition Universelle, confusion about how to practise cooperation. Kautsky’s own late-life urge to make sense of active cooperation, rather than mere toleration, is an equal legacy. This is not a challenge only for the Left. Any individual or group wanting to build change from the ground up faces it; the challenge is great when working with people who are not carbon copies of ourselves.”
[op. cit., p. 64]
The ways of reading society in different times and the views of the social and the political left about the subject. Interesting reading.
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