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Schmitt and Foucault on the Question of Sovereignty under Military Occupation (2014)

Annmaria Shimabuku, Schmitt and Foucault on the Question of Sovereignty under Military Occupation, Política común, Volume 5, 2014

DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.3998/pc.12322227.0005.007

1. A Violation or Production of Sovereignty? 220 more words

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Foucault, Fanon, Intellectuals, Revolutions (2014)

Anthony Alessandrini, Foucault, Fanon, Intellectuals, Revolutions, Jadaliyya, April 01 2014

My theoretical ethic is…“antistrategic”: to be respectful when a singularity revolts, intransigent as soon as power violates the universal.

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'Justifications of Power': Neoliberalism and the Role of Empire (2014)

Muriam Haleh Davis, ‘Justifications of Power': Neoliberalism and the Role of Empire, Jadaliyya, March 25, 2014

This article is the second in a three-part Jadaliyya series that looks at Foucault’s work in relationship to the legacy of French colonialism in North Africa. 279 more words

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The Dangers of Liberalism: Foucault and Postcoloniality in France (2014)

Diren Valayden, The Dangers of Liberalism: Foucault and Postcoloniality in Francem Jadaliyya, Mar 17 2014

[This article is the first in a three-part Jadaliyya series that looks at Foucault's work in relationship to the legacy of French colonialism in North Africa.] 197 more words

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“The Culture of the Self,” in English at UC Berkeley (1983)

Hear Michel Foucault’s Lecture “The Culture of the Self,” Presented in English at UC Berkeley (1983), Open Culture, August 6th, 2014

Michel Foucault’s time in the United States in the last years of his life, particularly his time as a lecturer at UC Berkeley, proved to be extraordinarily productive in the development of his theoretical understanding of what he saw as the central question facing the contemporary West: the question of the self. 94 more words

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Citizens without frontiers (2012)

Engin Isin, Citizens without frontiers, Open Democracy: Free thinking for the world, 15 October 2012

Movements without frontiers are neither commercial nor protected. In fact, state, corporate and religious authorities often do not endorse or support their movements and attempt to inhibit their activities. 371 more words

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