Lacking any unified vision of itself, Marseille proves the possibility of a good society based on simple co-presence rather than intimate co-existence. As such, it offers an alternative approach to the diversity of Europe as a whole, argues Joëlle Zask.
belongs to the department of philosophy of the University of Provence. She specializes in political and pragmatist philosophy and has developed a strong interest in the political implications of art experiences and theories of culture. Her most recent book is Participer; Essais sur les formes démocratiques de la participation, 2011.