From Isabell Lorey’s “Becoming Common: Precarization as Political Constituting:”

“When it is a matter of searching for the common in the various forms of precarization, for possibilities of coming together to form alliances through difference, then identitary, subject-oriented politics are obviously not suitable for their hindering of what is common in difference…thus the subject of repeated debates [among EuroMayDay leftists] concerned how modes of refiguring the subject—and thus identitary logics—could be deconstructed to find a new language of politics capable of widening the field of political possibilities.”


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