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 The present journal aims to be the locus for an unfolding of the problematic of communisation. It comes from the encounter of individuals involved in various projects in different countries: among these are the journals //​Endnotes//,​ published in the UK and the US, The present journal aims to be the locus for an unfolding of the problematic of communisation. It comes from the encounter of individuals involved in various projects in different countries: among these are the journals //​Endnotes//,​ published in the UK and the US,
 //​Blaumachen//​ in Greece, //Théorie Communiste//​ in France, //​Riff-Raff//​ in //​Blaumachen//​ in Greece, //Théorie Communiste//​ in France, //​Riff-Raff//​ in
-Sweden, and certain more or less informal theoretical groups in the us (New York and San Francisco). Each of these projects will continue to exist on their own. Also participating are various individuals in France, Germany, and elsewhere, who are involved in other activities and who locate themselves broadly within the theoretical approach taken here.+Sweden, and certain more or less informal theoretical groups in the US (New York and San Francisco). Each of these projects will continue to exist on their own. Also participating are various individuals in France, Germany, and elsewhere, who are involved in other activities and who locate themselves broadly within the theoretical approach taken here.
  
 //Sic// is also the overcoming in continuity and rupture of the journal of the journal //Meeting// (appearing in four issues in French between September 2004 and June 2008) which set up an international meeting in the summer of 2008. Out of this gathering the project emerged as a truly international publication meant to explore the problematic of communisation within the conjuncture of the crisis that broke out in 2008. None of the participants in //Sic// consider their taking part to be exclusive or permanent, and //Sic// may embrace external theoretical contributions. //Sic// is also the overcoming in continuity and rupture of the journal of the journal //Meeting// (appearing in four issues in French between September 2004 and June 2008) which set up an international meeting in the summer of 2008. Out of this gathering the project emerged as a truly international publication meant to explore the problematic of communisation within the conjuncture of the crisis that broke out in 2008. None of the participants in //Sic// consider their taking part to be exclusive or permanent, and //Sic// may embrace external theoretical contributions.