Programme

Srećko Horvat, Gabriele Rollnik and Karl-Heinz Dellwo

Über Liebe und Revolution und die Notwendigkeit, sich zu verlieben

Focus: Privacy

Dialogue

What would happen if we could stroll through the revolutionary history of the 20th century and, without any fear of the possible responses, ask the main protagonists – from Lenin to Che Guevara, from Alexandra Kollontai to Ulrike Meinhof – seemingly naïve questions about love? By going back to the sexual revolution of the October Revolution and its subsequent repression, to Che's dilemma between love and revolutionary commitment and to the period of '68 (from communes to terrorism) and its commodification in late capitalism, the Croatian philosopher Srećko Horvat gives a possible answer to the question of why it is that the most radical revolutionaries like Lenin or Che were scared of the radicality of love.
 

To mark the appearance of the book in German Horvatwill be in discussion with the couple Karl-Heinz Dellwo and Gabriele Rollnik. The LAIKA publisher is a former member of the RAF, while his partner is a former member of the 2 June Movement and is now a sociologist active in the area of family counselling.

Cast

Mit: Srećko Horvat / Gabriele Rollnik / Karl-Heinz Dellwo / Moderation: Pascal Jurt

Dates

  • Past
    Wed 13.4.2016, 19:00 / HAU1

Location

HAU1
Stresemannstr. 29, 10963 Berlin

There are two marked parking spots in front of the building. Access to the Parkett by means of a separate entrance with lift when necessary. Barrier-free restroom facilities are available. Advance notification advised.

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