Post Tagged with: "Biopolitics"

State of Exception or? When Theory Meets Its Walls: A Rejoinder

State of Exception or? When Theory Meets Its Walls: A Rejoinder

It seems exaggerated, if not theoretically blind, to claim that emergency measures adopted in the face of the COVID-19 outbreak are ‘irrational and entirely unfounded’.

Opinion – The Limits of Humanist Ethics in the Anthropocene

Opinion – The Limits of Humanist Ethics in the Anthropocene

Anthropocene ethics evolve in a contestation between withdrawal and affirmation, and both of these logics develop in antagonisms that they cannot overcome.

Performing the Posthuman: An Essay in Three Acts

Performing the Posthuman: An Essay in Three Acts

If last century was more about freeing the carbon than it was about freeing humanity from its chains, this century could be able to understand our posthuman condition.

Review – Making Things International 1: Circuits and Motion

Review – Making Things International 1: Circuits and Motion

This book vividly shows how ‘things’ become agents within a New Materialism frame, making it a fine contribution of to the development of International Relations theory.

Understanding Resilience through the Rudiments of Biopolitics

Understanding Resilience through the Rudiments of Biopolitics

Opposite conceptualizations of resilience as proper to new emerging ontological relations; biopolitics reminds us that resilience is enmeshed with power and control.

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