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Author Rodríguez, Juan Pablo, 1985-
Title Resisting neoliberal capitalism in Chile : the possibility of social critique / Juan Pablo Rodriguez.
Imprint Cham : Palgrave Macmillan, 2020.

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Author Rodríguez, Juan Pablo, 1985-
Series Marx, Engels, and Marxisms Ser.
Marx, Engels, and Marxisms.
Subject Capitalism -- Political aspects -- Chile.
Neoliberalism -- Chile.
Description 1 online resource (222 pages).
Note Description based upon print version of record.
What Makes Pobladores Move?
Contents Intro -- Series Foreword -- The Marx Revival -- Types of Publications -- Studies on Marx and Engels -- Critical Studies on Marxisms -- Reception Studies and Marxist National Traditions -- Titles Published -- Titles Forthcoming -- Acknowledgements -- Contents -- List of Tables -- Chapter 1: Introduction: Chile and the Renewal of Social Critique -- 1.1 New Departures? -- 1.2 Theories and Practices -- 1.3 Book Overview and Rationale -- References -- Part I: The Move to Critique -- Chapter 2: Critical Theories and Social Critique -- 2.1 Critical Theories in Neoliberal Times
2.2 Readdressing Utopia: Three Cases in the Neo-Marxist Literature -- The Politics of Utopia: The Architecture of Future(s) Disruptions -- 2.3 The Pathologies of Misrecognition -- Seeing Power, Correcting Recognition -- 2.4 The Politics of Aesthetics -- Ranciere's Critique of Critique -- The Idea of Intellectual Emancipation -- Ranciere's Denial of the Social and Its Limits -- 2.5 Towards a Tridimensional Concept of Social Critique -- References -- Chapter 3: Social Critique and the Aesthetic of Cognitive Mapping -- 3.1 Cognitive Mapping and Totality -- 3.2 Totalisations and De-totalisations
3.3 Boltanski's Critical Sociology: The Powers and Limits of Social Critique -- 3.4 Rendering 'Reality' Unacceptable -- 3.5 From the 'Move to Critique' to 'Critique in Movements': Conspiracies, Transcoding and Estranging -- References -- Chapter 4: Social Movements Studies and Social Critique -- 4.1 The Common Agenda: Mobilisations, Resources and Politics -- 4.2 From Politics to Culture: The 'Novelty' of 'New' Social Movements -- 4.3 Questions of Method -- 4.4 Populist Reason and Social Demands -- 4.5 Framing Process and Ideology -- 4.6 Back to 'the Past'? -- References
Part II: The Critique in Movements -- Chapter 5: From 'Laboratory' to 'Paradise': 40 Years of Neoliberalism in Chile -- 5.1 Dependant Capitalism: Crisis and Neoliberal Adjustments -- 5.2 The Neoliberal Turn in the Midst of Terror -- 5.3 The Legacies of Pinochet and the Post-Pinochet Era -- 5.4 Social Movements Contesting Neoliberalism -- References -- Chapter 6: Mapping the Neoliberal City: Pobladores Resisting Social Fragmentation in Chile -- 6.1 Who Are Pobladores? -- On the Distinction Between Pobladores and the Pobladores Movement
6.2 From Poblaciones Callampas to Allegados : A Brief History of the Pobladores Movement -- The Pobladores Movement in This Book: On the Difference Between Grassroots Activists ('Militants') and Supporters and Sympathisers -- 6.3 Pobladores Mapping the Neoliberal City -- Diagnosis: Gentrification, Segregation and the Concertacionist Drive for Fragmentation -- Prognosis: Pobladores Against the State, Within the State, Without the State -- The State and the Party -- Without the State: Autonomy, Self-Management and Popular Education -- Self-Formation and Popular Education
ISBN 9783030321086 (electronic bk.)
3030321088 (electronic bk.)
9783030321079 (print)
OCLC # 1134073790
Additional Format Print version: Rodriguez, Juan Pablo Resisting Neoliberal Capitalism in Chile : The Possibility of Social Critique Cham : Palgrave Macmillan US,c2020 9783030321079

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