‘Disobeying so as to continue defending other tastes?’

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There is nothing more personal and intimate than taste. Bourdieu even said that taste is discrimination. We know what we love. We know what repulses us. Yet despite all that, are we truly free from these judgements? Here is a look at the elements discussed during this 3rd workshop that put into question the ‘Politics of Taste’. (Article in French)Read more →

Michel Serres explique l'exception agricole

Major Interview

The agricultural exception

Michel Serres, “Eating is a political and sacred act”

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Michel Serres participated, last Saturday, in the first edition of Sortons L’Agriculture du Salon. In the film produced for the event, the philosopher argues for an agricultural and ecological exception, as that which has already been done in the field of culture. Here are seven minutes to better understand the agricultural exception.Read more →



Visual recap of Sortons L’Agriculture du Salon

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The word of the day: THANKS! There were more than 3,000 of you who came to Carreau du Temple Saturday for ‘Sortons L’Agriculture du Salon’…”All of it surpassed our greatest expectations and it was proof that working together is not only possible and desired, but also necessary”… Here is a recap filled with images and tweets of the happy day. (Article in French)Read more →