Hope in the Face of the Intolerable: Apocalypse and Prospects for Emancipation, a Lecture by Gustavo Esteca

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Gustavo Esteva’s legendary lecture series continues tomorrow afternoon with his third talk.

Ross Levin ’15 leaks the following:

Everywhere today the capitalist narrative of crisis is quickly shifting to one of imminent collapse. From the halls of power to the screens of Hollywood we are seeing the drumbeat of apocalypse. With catastrophic war and climate change considered the new mundane reality of the contemporary human condition, what paths to liberation can be carved from the rupture?

Date: TOMORROW – Wednesday, October 9, 2013
Time: 4:30pm
Place: Downey House
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One thought on “Hope in the Face of the Intolerable: Apocalypse and Prospects for Emancipation, a Lecture by Gustavo Esteca

  1. wesbiker

    Ok using an image of a natural disaster that killed 18,000+ people to describe a touchy-feely talk about the “apocalypse” is pretty insensitive to the victims of the 2011 tsunami/earthquake and frankly pretty offensive.

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