Stateless Peoples

The Stateless Peoples born of political and colonial modernity speak different languages of history, society, life in common and politics. The state-national injunction, based on the unicity of the state, nation, history, identity and language, in which the state organizes for its benefit the relations of social production, class, gender, origin, etc., has thus generated so many frontiers to which they cannot be assigned.


Twenty years ago, a movement of the thinking of translation was born in Iran which gave rise to a great fertility of debates, critical productions and scientific publications, books of free translations in Farsi of European philosophies singificative of their reception in Iran, especially in the politicized dimension of this reception.