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245 00 Subjectivation in Political Theory and Contemporary 
       Practices /|cAndreas oberprantacher, Andrei Siclodi, 
264  1 London :|bPalgrave Macmillan UK,|c[2016] 
264  4 |c2016 
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500    10: Breaking out oftheCycle ofFear: Exodus Politics. 
504    Includes bibliographical references at the end of each 
505 0  Acknowledgments; Contents; Bio Blurbs; List of Photos ; 1:
       Introducing aContorted Subject Called 'Subjectivation'; A 
       Subject at Risk; Unruly Subjects; A Matter ofOrigins; 
       Subjectivation inTranslation(s); The Torsions ofThis Book;
       Bibliography; Part I: Re-Tracing Subjectivation; 2: After 
       theSubject is Before theSubject: OnthePolitical Meaning 
       ofSubjectivation inNancy andLacoue-Labarthe; Preliminary 
       Considerations; The Mimetic Character ofthePolitical; 
       Dereliction: The'Loss' ofSubjective Capabilities?; The 
       Historical Perspective: Critique oftheSubject. 
505 8  Pas de sujet: TheNature-Culture Transition After 
       theSubject & & Is Before theSubject?; Politics: Giving 
       Sense aLife; The Aftermath ofSubjectivation: TheSubject 
       intheState ofDereliction; Bibliography; 3: The 
       Excruciating Work ofLove: OnFoucault's Kehre Towards 
       theSubject; Declaration ofLove; Truth Matters; An 
       Analytics ofPower; Points ofReversal; From Alethourgy 
       toParrhesia: ThePeril ofSpeaking (About Oneself); The 
       Neoliberal Subject; The Loving Subject; Experiences 
       ofIntensity andMeasure; Bibliography. 
505 8  4: On Theories ofSubjectivity andthePractices ofPolitical 
       Subjectivation: Responsiveness, Dissent, andthePrecarious 
       Livability ofHuman Life From Theories oftheSubject 
       toPractices ofSubjectivation; On theOverpowering 
       Superiority ofanEconomical Form ofSubjectivation; 
       Perspectives ofaPoliticizing Subjectivation; Bibliography;
       5: Political Subjectivation andMetaphysical Movement; 
       Preface; The Political Subject Between Being andBecoming: 
       AnOutline; Justice asExperience oftheAbility toSpeak: 
       Jacques Ranciere; The Metaphysics ofPolitical 
       Subjectivation; Bibliography. 
505 8  Part II: Subjectivation in a Variety of Contemporary 
       Practices6: Outraging Speech: On the Politics of 
       Performative Contradictions; The Sayable andtheUnsayable; 
       From theSelf-Consistent Self totheSubject ofPerformative 
       Contradictions; The Performative Contradiction at theHeart
       ofSubjectivity; Conflicting Dependencies; Contradicting 
       Performatively; Concluding Remarks; Bibliography; 7: 
       Practices ofLife andtheReligious Character ofCapitalism: 
       AnAnalysis Through Weber, Benjamin, andFoucault; A Cult 
       Without aTheology; Capitalism asa'Parasite' 
505 8  Economic Power asRegulatory ExperimentationBibliography; 8
       : Presentist Democracy: TheNow-Time ofStruggles; 
       Subjectivation andPolitical Constituting; The Perpetual 
       Promise ofaComing Democracy; The Now-Time ofStruggles; 
       Practices ofPresentist Democracy; Bibliography; 9: 
       Transitory Erasures: Subjects ofInstitutional Critique; 
       The Work ofInstitutional Critique; Calculating theSubject 
       intheGhetto ofArt; Collective Subjects ofCritical 
       Communication; An Ontological Fable (The Story Continues);
       Bibliography; Part III: At the Limits of Subjectivation. 
520    This book explores, discusses, and assesses the actual and
       potential sense of subjectivation in a variety of 
       contexts. In particular, it reflects the genealogies, 
       connections, variations, and practical implications of 
       various theories of subjectivity and subjection while 
       providing an up-to-date and authoritative account of how 
       to engage with the 'subject'. Rather than addressing the 
       'subject' merely in theoretical terms, this book explores 
       subjectivation as a seminal expression of subjective 
       practices in the plural. To the extent that subjectivity 
       and subjection are key terms in a plurality of discourses 
       and for a number of disciplines, Subjectivation in 
       Political Theory and Contemporary Practices advances a 
       trans-disciplinary reading by taking into account relevant
       debates that stretch from poststructuralism via 
       postfordism to postdemocracy. In this sense, the book 
       introduces readers to current approaches to subjectivation
       by displacing conventional understandings and suggesting 
       unexpected reformulations. 
588 0  Print version record. 
650  0 Political science|xPhilosophy.|0
655  4 Electronic books. 
700 1  Oberprantacher, Andreas,|0
700 1  Siclodi, Andrei,|0
776 08 |iPrint version:|tSubjectivation in political theory and 
       contemporary practices.|dLondon : Palgrave Macmillan, 
       [2016]|z9781137516589|w(DLC)  2016956489|w(OCoLC)952789473
990    SpringerLink|bSpringer English/International eBooks 2016 -
       Full Set|c2018-10-31|yNew collection 
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