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Oberprantacher, Andreas

Subjectivation in Political Theory and Contemporary Practices

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Table of contents

1. Introducing a Contorted Subject Called ‘Subjectivation’
Andreas Oberprantacher, Andrei Siclodi

Part I. Re-Tracing Subjectivation

2. After the Subject is Before the Subject: On the Political Meaning of Subjectivation in Nancy and Lacoue-Labarthe
Artur R. Boelderl

3. The Excruciating Work of Love: On Foucault’s Kehre Towards the Subject
Andrea Mubi Brighenti

4. On Theories of Subjectivity and the Practices of Political Subjectivation: Responsiveness, Dissent, and the Precarious Livability of Human Life
Burkhard Liebsch

5. Political Subjectivation and Metaphysical Movement
Sandra Lehmann

Part II. Subjectivation in a Variety of Contemporary Practices

6. Outraging Speech: On the Politics of Performative Contradictions
Gerald Posselt

7. Practices of Life and the Religious Character of Capitalism: An Analysis Through Weber, Benjamin, and Foucault
Elettra Stimilli

8. Presentist Democracy: The Now-Time of Struggles
Isabell Lorey

9. Transitory Erasures: Subjects of Institutional Critique

Vlad Morariu

Part III. At the Limits of Subjectivation

10. Breaking out of the Cycle of Fear: Exodus Politics
Andreas Hetzel

11. Humor, Revolt, and Subjectivity
Serhat Karakayali, Özge Yaka

12. Metropolitan Stasis@Real Democracy@Post-representative Hegemony: On the Sociology of ‘Social Non-Movements’ and Assemblies
Vassilis S. Tsianos

13. From Mute Objects to Militant Subjects: The Politics of Rebellious Animals
Aylon A. Cohen

Part IV. For an Other Subjectivation

14. The Incorrigible Subject: The Autonomy of Migration and the US Immigration Stalemate
Nicholas De Genova

15. Deaths, Visibility, and the Politics of Dissensus at the US-Mexico Border
Benjamin Nienass, Alexandra Délano

16. Radical Democratic Disobedience: ‘Illegals’ as a Litigious Political Subject
Andreas Oberprantacher

17. Subjectivating the ‘Other’? Critical Art Practices, Migration Politics, and the Public Sphere in EUrope
Andrei Siclodi

Keywords: Philosophy, Political Philosophy, Social Philosophy, Political Theory, Political History, Political Science

Editor
 
Publisher
Springer
Publication year
2016
Language
en
Edition
1
Category
Philosophy
Format
Ebook
eISBN (PDF)
9781137516596
Printed ISBN
978-1-137-51658-9

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