From Bakunin to Lacan : anti-authoritarianism and the dislocation of power

Saul Newman

In its comparison of anarchist and poststructuralist thought, From Bakunin to Lacan contends that the most pressing political problem we face today is the proliferation and intensification of power. Saul Newman targets the tendency of radical political theories and movements to reaffirm power and authority, in different guises, in their very attempt to overcome it. In his examination of thinkers such as Bakunin, Lacan, Stirner, and Foucault Newman explores important epistemological, ontological, and political questions: Is the essential human subject the point of departure from which power and authority can be opposed? Or, is the humanist subject itself a site of domination that must be unmasked? As it deftly charts this debate's paths of emergence in political thought, the book illustrates how the question of essential identities defines and re-defines the limits and possibilities of radical politics today.

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  • Chapter 1 Foreword Chapter 2 Introduction Chapter 3 Marxism and the Problem of Power Chapter 4 Anarchism Chapter 5 Stirner and the Politics of Ego Chapter 6 Foucault and the Geneology of Power Chapter 7 The War Machine: Deleuze and Guattari Chapter 8 Derrida and the Deconstruction of Authority Chapter 9 Lack of the Outside/Outside of the Lack: (Mis)Reading Lacan Chapter 10 Towards a Politics of Post-Anarchism

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書名 From Bakunin to Lacan : anti-authoritarianism and the dislocation of power
著作者等 Newman Saul
出版元 Lexington Books
刊行年月 c2001
ページ数 ix, 197 p.
大きさ 24 cm
ISBN 0739102400
NCID BA89568339
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言語 英語
出版国 アメリカ合衆国
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