Logo

Lynne and Nidesh Seminar - Shared screen with speaker view
domonkos sik
01:35:07
Hi, my network is getting bad so I chat. Great presentations, thanks!I would like to ask your opinion on how to move forward from the entrapped neoliberal subject? Lyenne mentions the possibility of repair. Who could be the actor of such repair? What is the social basis of this, especially if we take seriously the mimetic theory? According to Nidesh homo mimeticus is related to authority figures. What could be such authority, which is free from the constraints of neoliberal subjects? What are the authorities of a cooperative community? As I see here there is a need for some sort of hybrid subjectivities/ solidarities: incorporating elements causing the distortion in order to generate paradoxes within this logic. This may be enough for dissolving the existing constellation, but what could be a positive emancipatory horizon in this constellation?
Ian Hughes
01:36:14
Could I ask a question please.
domonkos sik
01:36:54
thx
anthonybehan
01:39:36
Question for Lynne: is the future for American socialism (i.e. genuine socialism, or at least ‘New Deal’ type economics) exclusively as an activity outside of structured state / national politics?
anthonybehan
01:41:14
Could Nidesh (if there’s time!) say a little more about mimetic pathos as an a-theological movement? He said it was an idea borrowed from someone but I missed the name.
John O'Brien
01:44:45
Hi Lisa. I have a question. Thanks!
D. Rafaela da Silva Melo
01:45:52
Dear Lynn I really enjoyed your paper.
domonkos sik
01:45:57
Thanks for the answers and the presentations. As I see there is a lot of experimenting ahead of us (not just in theoretical but also in political sense), it is crucial not forget about the conclusions of demoratic theories either (e.g. Habermas). I have to leave now, this was inspiring - bye!
Maggie O'Neill
01:47:11
Thankyou domonkos sik - and also for your question.
Melissa Meyer
01:48:09
Hi Lisa I have a question if there's time
Maggie O'Neill
01:53:29
Wonderful presentations and discussion, thankyou so much everyone and especially Lynne and Nidesh, Kieran, Maria and Tom. Great questions too. I have to go to postgrad open day.
nualafenton
01:55:36
Thank you very much this has been so interesting. I must leave now.
Tom Boland
02:09:34
hi a q
Tom Boland
02:09:52
Very dark papers, yet also with hope: a question for both – what turns the spiral around?Is there an identifiable moment by which the pathological subject turns around or the mimetic process turns around? What makes this possible?
Kenny Doyle
02:14:35
Fantastic Presentations and an interesting Q & A, thank you everyone
Jordan Kirwan
02:15:31
Thanks to Lynne and Nidesh. Really enjoyed that
Rory
02:17:16
thanks everyone, great talks and discussion
Elizabeth Creed
02:17:20
Thank you Lynne, Nidesh for very interesting seminar and conversation after.
Zach Roche
02:17:27
Thank you for this it was really great
Antoinette Jordan
02:17:30
Thank you
Maria Carey
02:17:37
Thank you. Most enjoyable.
Melissa Meyer
02:17:39
Absolute amazing and insightful! Thank you so much!
Ian Hughes
02:17:52
Thank you. Great seminar.
Verdi Ahern
02:18:38
thank you both Lynne & Nidesh. Plenty food for thought!