From Solon to the yellow waistcoats, history’s repeated experience teaches us that injustice, when it exceeds certain limits, inevitably breeds violence and threatens peace, both between nations and within them. Social justice is not a soul enhancer for good-hearted idealists, but a guarantee of stability for realistic politicians. Can history also teach us what justice is? Or does it only show us the disastrous effects of its absence?
Participation of Alain Supiot in the programme L’heure bleue (Laure Adler)