Thursday 1st and Friday 2nd December from 5 to 9 pm; Saturday December 3rd from 10 am to 2 pm
December 1st Thursday
5 pm Presentation
5.30 pm Franco Berardi: Right to insolvency, how to disentangle present potency of the general intellect from the dogma of financial capitalism
6.30 pm Mark Fisher & Alexandra Odette Kiprio: A different "timestate" zone of being
7.30 pm Francesco Salvini: Knowledge commons: notes for collective project of research on knowledges, conflict and crisis in Europe
8.30 pm Discussion
December 2nd Friday
5 pm Federico Campagna: Recurring dreams: Debt and fascism
6 pm Francesca Martínez Tagliavia: Body-image and general intellect
7 pm Andrew McGettigan: The process of financialisation of higher education
8 pm Pedro Leytao: About the Portuguese situation
9 pm Video projection: Rock the Cradle, video by Ernie Larsen & Sherry Millner, Occupy Wall Street New York city
December 3rd, Saturday
10.30 am Valerio Monteventi: Italian political catastrophe in the framework of the European crisis and the emergence of a new movement
11.30 am Amador Fernandez Savater: 15-M: a politics of either
12.30 pm Conclusion: What if Capitalism is dead?
Autonomy of knowledge and self organization of the general intellect. The European School for Social Imagination (Scepsi): politics in the age of post-democratic governance and the creation of the institution of common knowledge.
Mark Fisher, professor at East London University and founding member of the Cybernetic Culture Research Unit at Goldsmiths College, author of Capitalist Realism: Is There No Alternative?
Francesca Martínez Tagliavia, lecturer in aesthetics and communication at University of Paris 3 - Sorbonne Nouvelle.
Federico Campagna, regular contributor to Verso Books in London and Italian magazine Alfabeta, founding member of the website http://th-rough.eu.
Amador Fernández-Savater, co-director of the magazine Archipiélago and Acuarela publishers.
Francesco Salvini, KLF activist and researcher at Queen Mary, University of London.
Valerio Monteventi, journalist, writes the "Diary of Collapse and Uprising" section of the website kafca.eu, a weekly chronicle of the European situation from the point of view of finance, economics, politics and social movements.