We show the complexity of the neoliberal discourse that we have internalized and that lies on other discourses of social-democratic and progressive inspiration.
Authors of the book Language and Neoliberal Governmentality (Routledge 2019) reflect on how contemporary views of languages and multilinguism are contributing to spread and naturalize a neoliberal rationality.
Ben Rampton (London King’s College) explores the relationship between linguistics and critical studies about security in complex contexts.
Edgar Cabanas analyzes the theoretical and methodological weaknesses of positive education.
Lecture by Christian Laval in which he discusses in detail the concept of neoliberalism.
Presentation of the international seminar “How does neoliberalism govern us?” held June 22-30, 2020.