Occupy with Daniel Loick
2 July 2021
Daniel is Associate Professor of Political and Social Philosophy at the University of Amsterdam and Associated Researcher at the Institute of Social Research in Frankfurt. His talk centres on the intersection of juridical and philosophical questions regarding the use and misuse of private property in the thought of Karl Marx, Giorgio Agamben and Theodor Adorno. Weaving his way through these figures, Loick attempts to think through a type of social practice of the use of things that would avoid being sequestered into private property — a practice of occupation, in which all appropriation would also be a form of expropriation.