True subjectivation is a bit more than that. Some people may perhaps be that, but a majority of the people they are still far from true subjectivation. When you have a status -and think about yourself, I think about me, so everyone has to look at it. When you have a status, look at how fearful you may be at risking that. When you are in a position to risk that -and we have seen this here in the universities at the UK, in academia- we see this inconsistency gap between being very outspoken in public, in meetings like this one, or in the corridors, and afterwards, in the business' usual meeting people go along with whatever, and I have to tell you, I'm a little bit fed up with that, you know. When you are in a position to risk... -and the last point, somebody said it: leave everything behind and follow me. We don't need to reach this point yet, we need to reach the first point: be able to risk. So make a wordchain and be able to risk. Risk your status there. Risk it. So in relation to this political form of organization we need true subjectivation, and two things: distance from the State -and here the state obviously, means the State with capital S, and related to that, the break or non-break between the time of subjectivation in the public squares.
Carlos Frade -University of Salford, -13.01 Minute.