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Opening up the future

In this cycle, we bring together voices from philosophy and literature which will help us to think about how we can live together in uncertain times.

Cynthia Fleury and Sonia Arribas

Care is a Humanism

The philosopher and psychoanalyst Cynthia Fleury, who heads the chair of Philosophy at Sainte-Anne Hospital in Paris, speaks with Professor of Philosophy Sonia Arribas about the care policies we need in a present marked by vulnerability.

José Luis Peixoto and Eva Piquer

The Boldness of the Future

The writer José Luis Peixoto, one of the most original voices in contemporary literature, speaks with the cultural journalist Eva Piquer about how the word can open up paths to the future.

Mariana Enriquez and Olga Merino

Living in a Time of Loss

On the occasion of the publication of her book, Alguien camina sobre tu tumba (Someone’s Walking on Your Grave, Anagrama, 2021), the writer Mariana Enriquez speaks with the also writer Olga Merino about the role played by death in our imaginary and the possibility of transforming it.

Hartmut Rosa, Eudald Espluga, Sira Abenoza and Daniel Gamper

A Finite World

Hartmut Rosa, Professor of Sociology and director of the Max Weber Center for Advanced Cultural and Social Studies, speaks with the journalist Eudald Espluga and the philosophers Sira Abenoza and Daniel Gamper about the importance of recognising the limits of the relationship between humans and their environment.