Carlos Frade is senior lecturer in Sociology at the University of Salford (Manchester, UK), where he teaches social theory and political sociology along classical (Machiavellian, Marxian, Weberian, Freudian) and contemporary (Badiouian, Rancièrian, Balibarian, Zizekian) lines. His research focuses on the relationship between power and subjectivity in our world, and on the possibilities for emancipatory forms of subjectivation today. At its core is the attempt to understand why we submit and consent to what we know is unacceptable and disastrous.
Published in: democraciaAbierta: OpinionPolítica de pandemias, tiempos oligárquicos y el sujeto idiota de la ‘libertad’
Para transformar radicalmente nuestra forma de vida necesitamos construir los espacios públicos a todos los niveles,...
Published in: democraciaAbierta: OpinionPandemic politics, oligarchic times and the idiotic subject of ‘freedom’
To radically transform our way of life we need to construct the public spaces at all levels in order to have a...
Published in: Can Europe Make It?Podemos, Can We? An appeal to all women and men who hope and strive for a true transformation in Spain, in Europe and beyond
This is an appeal to all women and men who have had enough and are seeking to bring about a true social and...