‘Fantasy wears boots, desire is violent, invention is organised’ (Antonio Negri). The third and last joint session of this semester will focus on ethics and political topology. Alberto Toscano from Goldsmith College in London will be our guest and present a lecture entitled 'Ethics and Political Topology: spatial intersections of political subjectivity in Lacan, Badiou, Agamben and Negri' on tuesday morning. Wednesday night at 8 pm there will be a screening of Margerite Duras' "India Song" in Skybar. The rest of the week is dedicated to the discussion of the research files.