The left and the challenges associated with a society of individuals

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15/03/2017

In the face of the triumph of individualism, what makes a modern society today? How can we avoid “the social-individualism impasse”? Marcel Gauchet dusts down the relationship between socialism and individualism – far from being opposing sides, as one might think they are – from birth to the present day. This brings to light the dilemmas which the left face and highlights the issues upon which the left should provide clarity.

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Fondation Jean-Jaurès
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