"Sociology of Freedom" by Öcalan published in French

"Sociology of Freedom" by Abdullah Öcalan was published in French by Editions du Croquant publishing house.

"Sociology of Freedom", the third volume of the Kurdish People's Leader Abdullah Öcalan's "Democratic Society Manifesto", is now available in French. The book is published by Editions du Croquant publishing house.

Previously, the first two volumes of the "Democratic Society Manifesto" series, "The Age of Masked Gods and Veiled Kings" and "The Age of Unmasked Gods and Naked Kings", were published in French.

In a statement to ANF, a representative of the translation committee said that they were proud to translate the works of Kurdish People's Leader Abdullah Öcalan into French and added that the remaining two volumes of the "Democratic Society Manifesto" series will be published in French soon.

The work, which is currently only on sale on the websites of the Democratic Kurdish Council of France (CDK-F) and Editions du Croquant publishing house, will be available on international platforms such as Amazon, FNAC, Gibert and French bookstores as of 9 October.

Sociology of Freedom is the fascinating third volume of a five-volume work titled "Democratic Society Manifesto". The general aim of the two earlier volumes was to clarify what power and capitalist modernity entailed. Here Ocalan presents his stunningly original theme of Democratic Civilisation, based on his criticism of  Capitalist Modernity. Ambitions in scope and encyclopaedic in execution, The Sociology of Freedom is a one-of-a-kind exploration that reveals the remarkable range of one of the Left's most original thinkers with topics such as existence and freedom, nature, and philosophy, anarchism and ecology. Ocalan goes back to the origins of human culture to present a penetrating reinterpretation of the basic problems facing the twenty-first century and an examination of their solutions. Ocalan convincingly argues that industrialism, capitalism, and the nation-state cannot be conquered within the confines of a socialist context.