What Is a People?

; Judith Butler ; Georges Didi-Huberman ; Sadri Khiari ; Jacques Ranciere ; Pierre Bourdieu ; Jody Gladding (Oversetter) ; Bruno Bosteels (Introduksjon) ; Kevin Olson (Innledning)

Serie: New Directions in Critical Theory 50

These outspoken intellectuals seek to reclaim "people" as an effective political concept by revisiting its uses and abuses over time. By engaging this topic linguistically, ethnically, culturally, and ontologically, these scholars help separate "people" from its fraught associations to pursue more vital formulations. Les mer
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These outspoken intellectuals seek to reclaim "people" as an effective political concept by revisiting its uses and abuses over time. By engaging this topic linguistically, ethnically, culturally, and ontologically, these scholars help separate "people" from its fraught associations to pursue more vital formulations.

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Innholdsfortegnelse

Preface Introduction: This People Which Is Not One, by Bruno Bosteels 1. Twenty-Four Notes on the Uses of the Word "People", by Alain Badiou 2. You Said "Popular"?, by Pierre Bourdieu 3. "We, the People": Thoughts on Freedom of Assembly, by Judith Butler 4. To Render Sensible, by Georges Didi-Huberman 5. The People and the Third People, by Sadri Khiari 6. The Populism That Is Not to Be Found, by Jacques Ranciere Conclusion: Fragile Collectivities, Imagined Sovereignties, by Kevin Olson Notes Index

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Alain Badiou (PhD, Philosophy, Ecole Normale Superieure) holds the Rene Descartes Chair at the European Graduate School; he also teaches at the Ecole Normale Superieure and the College International de Philosophie in Paris. He is the author of several successful novels and plays as well as more than a dozen philosophical works, including his masterwork, Being and Event (Continuum, 2007), and several Columbia titles, includng Plato's Republic (2013) and Jacques Lacan Past and Present (2016).